Paul F. Aravich, PhD

Professor

Pathology and Anatomy


Lewis Hall

757.446.5642

aravicpf@evms.edu


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

Courses Taught

Gross Anatomy

Medical Neuroscience

Undergraduate Degree

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

Presentations and Scholarships

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.

Courses Taught

Gross Anatomy

Medical Neuroscience

Undergraduate Degree

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

Presentations and Scholarships

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.

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