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Kristen Klemenhagen

  • PhD
  • Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurobiology
  • Columbia University
  • 8PublicationsNumber of items in Kristen's My Publications folder on Mendeley.
  • 8Followers

Research interests

learningcognitionmood disordersdentate gyrushippocampusneurogenesismrieegdepressionanxietyvirtual realitytranslational neuroscience

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Publications (5)

  • Repetitive concussive traumatic brain injury interacts with post-injury foot shock stress to worsen social and depression-like behavior in mice.

    • Klemenhagen KC
    • O'Brien SP
    • Brody DL
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  • Neurogenesis and generalization: a new approach to stratify and treat anxiety disorders.

    • Kheirbek MA
    • Klemenhagen KC
    • Sahay A
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  • A serotonin-dependent mechanism explains the leptin regulation of bone mass, appetite, and energy expenditure

    • Yadav VK
    • Oury F
    • Suda N
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  • Krüppel-like factor 9 is necessary for late-phase neuronal maturation in the developing dentate gyrus and during adult hippocampal neurogenesis.

    • Scobie KN
    • Hall BJ
    • Wilke SA
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  • Efficacy of the MCHR1 antagonist SNAP 94847 in mouse models of anxiety and depression following acute and chronic administration is independent of hippocampal neurogenesis.

    • David DJ
    • Klemenhagen KC
    • Holick KA
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Professional experience

Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurobiology

Columbia University

March 2014 - Present

Postdoctoral Research Associate

Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine

July 2011 - December 2013(2 years)

Postdoctoral Fellow

Columbia University

September 2009 - June 2011(2 years)

Education

MA, PhD

Columbia University

September 2000 - August 2009(9 years)

BA

Carleton College

September 1996 - May 2000(4 years)