Hypothalamic regulation of energy balance

(preprint) van Veen, J. E.*, Kammel, L. G.*, Bunda, P. C., Shum, M., Reid, M.S., Park, J.W., Zhang, Z., Massa, M.G., Arneson, D., Hrncir, H., Liesa, M., Arnold, A. P., Yang, X., and Correa, S. M. Single cell profiling of the VMH reveals a sexually dimorphic regulatory node of energy expenditureBioRxiv.

Kammel, L. G. and Correa, S. M. 2019. Selective sexual differentiation of neurone populations may contribute to sex-specific outputs of the ventromedial hypothalamus.  J Neuroendocrinol. 2019; 00:e12801.

Lee, S. D.*, Priest, C.*, Bjursell, M., Gao, J., Arneson, D. V., Ahn, I. S., Diamante, G., van Veen, J. E., Massa, M. G., Calkin, A. C., Kim, J., Andersén, H., Porritt, M., Carreras, A., Ahnmark, A., Seeliger, F., Maxvall, I., Eliasson, P., Althage, M., Åkerblad, P., Lindén, D., Cole, T. A., Lee, R., Boyd, H., Bohlooly-Y, M., Correa, S. M., Yang, X., Tontonoz, P., and Hong, C. 2019. IDOL regulates systemic energy balance through control of CNS VLDLR expressionNature Metabolism 1, 1089–1100

Herber C. B.*, Krause, W. C.*, Wang, L., Bayrer, J. R., Li, A., Schmitz, M., Fields, A., Ford, B., Zhang, Z., Reid, M. S., Nomura, D. K., Nissenson, R. A., Correa S. M., and Ingraham, H. A. 2019. Estrogen signaling in arcuate Kiss1neurons suppresses a sex-dependent female circuit promoting dense strong bones. Nature Communications, 10: article 163

Correa, S. M., Newstrom, D. W., Warne J. P., Flandin, P., Cheung, C. C., Pierce, A. A., Lin-Moore, A. T., Xu, A. W., Rubenstein, J. L. and H. A. Ingraham. 2015. An Estrogen-Responsive Module in the Ventromedial Hypothalamus Selectively Drives Sex-Specific Activity in Females. Cell Reports, 10: 62-74.

*authors contributed equally

Stephanie’s Gonad Days – Testis and ovary differentiation pathways in mice

Correa, S. M., Washburn, L. L., Kahlon, R. S., Musson, M. C., Bouma, G. J., Eicher, E. M. and Albrecht, K. H. 2012. Sex Reversal in C57BL/6J XY Mice Caused by Increased Expression of Ovarian Genes and Insufficient Activation of the Testis Determining Pathway. PLoS Genetics 8(4) e1002569.

Lee, H. J., Pazin, D. E., Kahlon, R. S., Correa, S. M., and Albrecht, K. H. 2009. Novel Markers of Early Ovarian Pre-Granulosa Cells are Expressed in an Sry-Like Pattern. Developmental Dynamics, 238, 812-825.

Stephanie’s Bird Days – Effects of maternal steroids on sex and other reproductive outcomes

Adkins-Regan, E., Banerjee, S. B., Correa, S. M., Schweitzer, C. 2013. Maternal Effects in Quail and Zebra Finches: Behavior and Hormones. General and Comparative Endocrinology, 190:34-41.

Correa, S. M., Horan, C. M., Johnson, P. A., Adkins-Regan, E. 2011. Copulatory Behaviors and Body Condition Predict Post-Mating Female Hormone Levels, Fertilization Success, and Primary Sex Ratios in Japanese Quail. Hormones and Behavior 59, 556-564.

Safran, R. J., McGraw, K. J., Pilz, K. M., and Correa, S. M. 2010. Egg-Yolk Androgen and Carotenoid Deposition as a Function of Maternal Social Environment in Barn Swallows Hindo rustica. Journal of Avian Biology, 41, 470-478.

Safran, R. J., Pilz, K. M., McGraw, K. J., Correa S. M., and Schwabl, H. 2008. Are Yolk Androgens and Carotenoids in Barn Swallow Eggs Related to Parental Quality? Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 62, 427-438.

McGraw, K. J., Correa, S. M., and Adkins-Regan, E. 2006. Testosterone Upregulates Lipoprotein Status to Control Sexual Attractiveness in a Colorful Songbird. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 60, 117-122.

Correa, S. M., Adkins-Regan, E., and Johnson, P. A. 2005. High Progesterone During Avian Meiosis Biases Sex Ratios Toward Females. Biology Letters 1, 215-218.