Advisor: Derick Lindquist
B77C Psychology Building
1835 Neil Avenue
Areas of Expertise
- Behavioral Neuroscience
- BS in Psychology and Neuroscience, The Ohio State University
My research deals with understanding the neural mechanisms behind learning and memory at the behavioral and systems level along with the neural deficits seen in Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD).
2016 - RSA Student Merit Award, Research Society on Alcoholism (RSA)
2013 - Travel Award, The Ohio State University Psychology Department
MacIlvane N.M., Pochiro J.M., Hurwitz N.R., Goodfellow M.J., Lindquist D.H. (2016) Recognition memory is selectively impaired in adult rats exposed to binge-like doses of ethanol during early postnatal life. Alcohol, Dec; 57:55-63.
Pochiro, J.M. and Lindquist, D.H., (2015) Central amygdala lesions inhibit pontine nuclei acoustic reactivity and retard delay eyeblink conditioning acquisition in adult rats. Learning & Behavior. DOI 10.3758/s13420-015-0199-5
Goodfellow M., Shin Y., Pochiro J., Dause T., and Lindquist D. (2015) Neuroimmune Consequences of Postnatal Ethanol Exposure and the Potential Anti-inflammatory and Pro-cognitive Benefits of Ibuprofen Treatment. SFN Annual Meeting, October 20, 2015
Pochiro J., Goodfellow M., Lee M., and Lindquist D. (2015) Trace Fear Conditioning and Hippocampal NR2B-NMDA Receptor Signaling in Adult Rats Administered Ethanol During the Third Trimester-Equivalent Period. Pavlovian Society Annual Meeting, September 19, 2015
Pochiro J. and Lindquist D.H. (2014) Two Process Account of Aversive Classical Conditioning: Amygdala Modulation of Cerebellar-dependent Eyeblink Conditioning 21st Annual Indiana University Animal Behavior Conference, April 23, 2014
Two Process Account of Aversive Classical Conditioning: Amygdala Modulation of Cerebellar-dependent Eyeblink Conditioning (2014) 21st Annual Indiana University Animal Behavior Conference, April 24, 2014
Pochiro J. and Lindquist D.H. (2013) A Three Stage Account of Aversive Classical Conditioning: Bidirectional Amygdalar-Cerebellar Modulation SFN Annual Meeting, November 11, 2013