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					                        Elizabeth M. Peckham, Ph.D.

Maiden name: Lapoczka
Home Address                                           Lab Address
2636 Stadium View Dr.                                  4045 East Hall
Unit #4                                                U of M, Psychology Dept.
Ypsilanti, MI 48197                                    530 Church St.
Phone: 734-657-8537                                    Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1043
Email: elapoczk@umich.edu                              Phone: 734-764-5180
Citizenship: United States

Education

2005         Ph.D. in Pharmacology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
             Dissertation: Comparison of mu-Opioid Antinociception in Male and
             Female Rats.
             Chair:         John R. Traynor, Pharmacology
             Committee: Jill B. Becker, Biopsychology and Neuroscience
                            Margaret E. Gnegy, Pharmacology
                            Richard R. Neubig, Pharmacology
                            James H. Woods, Pharmacology
1999         Bachelor of Science in Biology, Ashland University, Ashland, OH.
             Graduated magna cum laude

Research Training

2005-present Post-doctoral fellow, University of Michigan, Dept. of Psychology
             (Advisor: Jill B. Becker, Ph.D.)
2001-2005    Graduate Student, University of Michgan, Dept. of Pharmacology
             (Advisor: John R. Traynor, Ph.D.)
1999-2001    Graduate Student, University of Michgan, Dept. of Pharmacology
             (Advisor: Jon Maybaum, Ph.D.)
1998-1999    Undergraduate Research, Ashland University, Biology Dept. (Advisor:
             Glenn E. White, Ph.D.)

Awards, Scholarships, and Fellowships

2005         Rackham Graduate Student travel award – Experimental Biology, San
             Diego, CA
2004         Rackham Graduate Student travel award – College on Problems of Drug
             Dependence (CPDD) meeting, San Juan, PR
2004         ASPET Graduate Student travel award – Experimental Biology,
             Washington, DC
2003          NIDA Women and Gender Junior Investigator Travel Award – CPDD
              meeting, Bal Harbour, FL
2003          Rackham Graduate Student travel award – CPDD meeting, Bal Harbour,
              FL
2002          Thomas F. Burks Graduate Student Travel Award – XIVth World
              Congress of Pharmacology, San Francisco, CA
1995-1999     Ashland University Presidential Scholarship

Training Grants

2005-present University of Michigan Reproductive Sciences Training Program Post-
             doctoral fellowship T32-HD007048
2002-2004    University of Michigan Substance Abuse Research Center Graduate
             Student fellowship T32 DA07267

Peer Reviewed Publications
(note: publications are listed under either maiden or married name)

1.     Peckham EM, Barkley LM, Divin MF, Cicero TJ, and Traynor JR (2005)
       Comparison of the antinociceptive effect of acute morphine in female and male
       Sprague-Dawley rats using the long-lasting mu antagonist methocinnamox, Brain
       Research, 1058:137-147
2.     Peckham EM and Traynor (2006) Comparison of the antinociceptive response to
       morphine and morphine-like compounds in male and female Sprague-Dawley
       rats, J. Pharmacol. Exp. Ther., 316:1195-1201
3.     Peckham EM, Graves SM and Traynor JR (2006) Comparison of mu-opioid
       stimulated [35S]GTPS binding in brain slices from gonadectomized male and
       female Sprague-Dawley rats, submitted, under revision, Brain Research
4.     Peckham EM and Traynor JR (2006) Sex difference in morphine antinociception
       in rats is dependent on the route of administration, in preparation
5.     Massie M, Lapoczka EM, Boggs KD, Stine KE and White GE (2003) Exposure
       to the metabolic inhibitor sodium azide induces stress protein expression and
       thermotolerance in the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans, Cell Stress and
       Chaperones, 8(1):1-7

Abstracts for poster presentations or talks at National meetings

1.     Peckham EM, Musatov S, Kaplitt MG, Becker JB (2006) Estrogen receptor
       alpha gene expression enhances rotational behavior in female rats, Society for
       Neuroscience meeting 2006, Program # 661.7
2.     Lapoczka EM and Traynor JR (2005) Comparison of the antinociceptive potency
       of morphine in male and female Sprague-Dawley rats following different routes
       of administration, Experimental Biology 2005 meeting abstracts, The FASEB
       Journal, 19, Abstract #623.3
3.     Lapoczka EM and Traynor JR (2004) Comparison of the antinociceptive
       response to morphine and codeine in female and male Sprague-Dawley rats, Sixty
       Sixth Annual Scientific Meeting of the College on Problems of Drug Dependence,
       Inc, Oral Communications III, June 13
4.     Lapoczka EM, Barkley LM, and Traynor JR (2004) Comparison of the
       antinociceptive potency of morphine in male and female rats using the long-
       lasting mu opioid receptor antagonist methocinnamox, Experimental Biology
       2004 meeting abstracts, The FASEB Journal, 18, Abstract #635.7
5.     Lapoczka EM, Falgout ME, Cicero TJ, and Traynor JR (2003) Sex differences in
       Sprague Dawley rats in response to morphine and other mu-opioids: mu receptor
       binding and G protein activation, Sixty Fifth Annual Scientific Meeting of the
       College on Problems of Drug Dependence, Inc, Oral Communications XIV, June
       18
6.     Lapoczka EM, Falgout ME, Cicero TJ and Traynor JR (2003) Comparison of
       mu-opioid receptor and [35S]GTPS binding in male and female rats,
       Experimental Biology 2003 meeting abstracts, The FASEB Journal, 17, Abstract
       #139.6
7.     Lapoczka EM and Traynor JR (2002) In vitro studies of the potential heroin
       abuse treatment agent methoclocinnamox, XIVth World Congress of
       Pharmacology
8.     Lapoczka EM, Stine KE and White GE (1999) Altered response of dauer
       mutants to sodium azide exposure and the acquisition of thermotolerance, 12th
       International C. elegans meeting, Madison, WI

Teaching Experience
2006          Guest lecturer for Hormones and Behavior (PSYCH 438), at the
              University of Michigan (Class Instructor: Jill Becker)
2003          Teaching Assistant for Pharmacology 210: Nursing Pharmacology, at the
              University of Michigan (Class Instructor: Marshal Schlafer)

Professional Affiliations
2006-present Society for Neuroscience (SfN) Member
2006-present Organization for the Study of Sex Differences (OSSD) Member
2002-2005    Student member of ASPET (American Society for Pharmacology and
             Experimental Therapeutics)

Leadership
2005-present Supervise undergraduates in the Becker lab. The students work on
             experiments involved with my research.
2002-2005    Supervised undergraduates in the Traynor lab. The students worked on
             experiments involved with my research.
2001, 2002, Hosted students during the Department of Pharmacology’s recruitment.
2004
References
John Traynor, Ph.D.                     Margaret Gnegy, Ph.D.
University of Michigan Medical School   Univ. of Michigan Medical School
1301 MSRB III                           1301 MSRB III
West Medical Center Drive               West Medical Center Drive
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-0632                Ann Arbor, MI 48109-0632
Phone: 734-647-7479                     Phone: 734-763-5358
Email: jtraynor@umich.edu               email: pgnegy@umich.edu


Jill B. Becker
4040 East Hall
U of M, Psychology Dept.
530 Church St.
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1043
Phone: 734-763-4363
Email: jbbecker@umich.edu

				
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