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Gessynger Morais Silva

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Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP). Campus de Araraquara. Faculdade de Ciências Farmacêuticas (FCFAR)  (Institutional affiliation for the last research proposal)
Birthplace: Brazil

Graduated in Biomedicine (2014) from the Federal University of Uberlândia (UFU), master in Physiological Sciences (2016) and PhD in Physiological Sciences (2021) from the Joint Graduate Program in Physiological Sciences UFSCar/UNESP (PIPGCF). Works with behavioral alterations and neuroadaptations related to stress and ethanol abuse. Experienced in physiology and pharmacology, with emphasis in neuropsychopharmacology. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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MORAIS-SILVA, GESSYNGER; ALVES, GABRIELLE CUNHA; MARIN, MARCELO T.. N-acetylcysteine treatment blocks the development of ethanol-induced behavioural sensitization and related Delta FosB alterations. Neuropharmacology, v. 110, n. A, p. 135-142, . Web of Science Citations: 6. (14/02371-9, 15/01026-9)

MORAIS-SILVA, GESSYNGER; COSTA-FERREIRA, WILLIAN; GOMES-DE-SOUZA, LUCAS; PAVAN, JACQUELINE C.; CRESTANI, CARLOS C.; MARIN, MARCELO T.. Cardiovascular outcomes related to social defeat stress: New insights from resilient and susceptible rats. NEUROBIOLOGY OF STRESS, v. 11, . Web of Science Citations: 0. (15/25308-3)

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