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Paul F. Aravich , PhD

    • Title:
    • Professor

    • Role:
    • Faculty

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    • Office Location:
    • Lewis Hall

    • Undergraduate Education:
    • BA (Social Science) 1971  Villanova University

    • Graduate Education:
    • PhD (Exp Psychology)  1983  City University of New York

    • Postdoctoral Education:
    • Individual NIMH National Research Serv Award Fellow

      U Rochester Sch Med & Dentist, Dept Neurology

      Neuroendocrin.,  1983 to 1985

       

      Research Associate

      U Rochchester Sch Med & Dent, Dept Neurobiol & Anat

      Neuroplasticity/transplantation,  1985 to 1987

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    • Courses Taught:
    • Gross Anatomy

      Medical Neuroscience

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    • Bio:
    • Professor, Physical Med & Rehabilitat., Eastern Virginia Medical School, 2008 - present

       

      Professor, Pathology & Anatomy, Eastern Virginia Medical School,  2007 - present

       

      Professor, Int Medicine, Div Geriatrics, Eastern Virginia Medical School, 2007 - present

       

      Associate Prof, Int Med, Div Geriatrics, Eastern Virginia Medical School,  1999 - 2007

       

      Associate Prof, Anatomy/Neurobiology, Eastern Virginia Medical School,  1992 - 1997

       

      Assistant Prof, Anatomy/Neurobiology, Eastern Virginia Medical School,  1987 - 1992

       

      Assistant Prof, Int Med, Div Clin Nutr, Eastern Virginia Medical School,  1987 - 1993

       

      Adjunct Assist/Assoc Prof  Neuoscience, WA-AK-ID-MT (WAMI) Program, University of Alaska,  1990 - 1993

       

      Visiting Professor in Neuroscience, St. George's Univ Sch Med, Grenada, West Indies,  1986 - 1994

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Ness JW, Marshall TR & Aravich PF. Effects of rearing condition on restricted feeding and activity induced weight loss. Developmental Psychobiology 28:165-173, 1995

Aravich PF, Stanley EZ & Doerries LE.  Exercise in food restricted rats produces 2DG feeding and metabolic abnormalities similar to anorexia nervosa.  Physiology and Behavior 57:147-153, 1995.

Aravich PF, Doerries LE & Rieg TS.  Exercise induced weight loss in the rat and anorexia nervosa.  Appetite 23:195, 1994.

Rieg TS, Maestrello AM & Aravich PF.  Weight cycling alters the effects of D-fenfluramine on susceptibility to activity-based anorexia.  American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 60:494-500, 1994.

Lauterio TJ, Ahmed II & Aravich PF.  Effects of insulin and 2-deoxy-D-glucose administration on CNS IGF II content.  Brain Research Bulletin 34:493-498, 1994

Rieg TS & Aravich PF.  Systemic clonidine increases feeding and wheel running but does not affect rate of weight loss in rats subjected to activity-based anorexia.  Pharmacology, Biochemistry & Behavior 47:215-218, 1994.