Publications

Publications

Peer-Reviewed Articles KHOO SY, SAMAHA AN. 2023. Metabotropic glutamate group II receptor activation in the ventrolateral dorsal striatum supresses incentive motivation for cocaine in rats. Psychopharmacology. SERVONNET A, ROMPRÉ PP, SAMAHA AN. 2023. Optogenetic activation of basolateral amygdala-to-nucleus accumbens core neurons promotes Pavlovian approach responses but not instrumental pursuit of reward cues. Behavioral Brain Research. NDIAYE NA, ALLAIN F, SAMAHA AN. 2022. D-amphetamine maintenance therapy reduces cocaine use in female rats.

Farewell Alice and welcome to Mike and Pierre

In 2021, we have welcomed Mike Robinson and Pierre to the lab. We also congratulate Alice Servonnet on her thesis defence and departure for a postdoc in New York in the lab of Saleem Nicola. New publications include: SERVONNET A, ALLAIN F, GRAVEL-COUINARD A, HERNANDEZ G, CAPORUSCIO CB, LEGRIX M, LÉVESQUE D, ROMPRÉ PP, SAMAHA AN.. Dopaminergic mechanisms underlying the expression of antipsychotic-induced dopamine supersensitivity in rats. Neuropharmacology. Accepted Manuscript. Author Share Link Valid until 24 September 2021 ROBINSON, T.

Research

Main Interests Drugs of abuse and animal models of addiction The role of the speed of drug delivery and of the intermittency of drug exposure in addiction Antipsychotic medications Interactions between antipsychotic medications and drugs of abuse Servonnet et al., 2017 Allain al., 2017 Charron, el Hage et al., 2015 El Hage et al., 2015 Bouayad-Gervias, Minogianis et al., 2014 Minogianis et al., 2013 Bédard et al., 2013 Bédard et al.

Florence Allain, Ellie-Anna Minogianis, Dr Anne-Noël Samaha in collaboration with Dr David C. S. Roberts publish a review in Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews

Florence Allain and Ellie-Anna Minogianis, two PhD students in the laboratory of Dre Anne-Noël Samaha, publish an article in Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews. Authors explain that drug addiction can be promoted when drugs of abuse reach the brain quickly and intermittently. The review is the subject of an article in the University of Montréal’s newspaper, Le Forum, entitled: Diminuer le risque de devenir toxicomane en misant sur une consommation intelligente.