The aim of my PHD Thesis is to study the effects of chronic psychosocial stress on the feed back regulation of the HPA axis.
2010 – present
PhD student in Dr. Reber's Chronic Stress Group (Prof. Neumann´s Lab) at the University of Regensburg
MSc (Diplom) in biology at the University of Regensburg
Graduate studies in biology at the University of Regensburg with focus on Zoology/Neurophysiology, Cellbiology and Genetics
undergraduate studies in biology at the University of Regensburg
August 1th, 1985 in Straubing, Germany
Uschold-Schmidt, N., Nyuyki, K.D., Füchsl, A.M., Neumann, I.D., Reber, S.O., 2012. Chronic psychosocial stress results in sensitization of the hpa axis to acute heterotypic stressors despite a reduction of adrenal in vitro acth responsiveness. Psychoneuroendocrinology 37, 1676-1687.