2022 - Research.com Neuroscience in Brazil Leader Award
Her primary areas of investigation include Neuroscience, Memory consolidation, Hippocampus, Hippocampal formation and Long-term memory. Her Neuroscience research integrates issues from Anisomycin and MAPK/ERK pathway. In most of her Memory consolidation studies, her work intersects topics such as Protein kinase A.
Her Hippocampus research includes elements of Memoria, Dopamine, Basolateral amygdala and Agonist. Her research in Long-term memory tackles topics such as Short-term memory which are related to areas like Kinase and p38 mitogen-activated protein kinases. Her Entorhinal cortex research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Amygdala, Cingulate cortex and Spatial memory.
Lia R. M. Bevilaqua mostly deals with Neuroscience, Hippocampus, Memory consolidation, Hippocampal formation and Memoria. Her Neuroscience research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in NMDA receptor and Anisomycin. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Glutamate receptor and Ca2+/calmodulin-dependent protein kinase.
As part of one scientific family, Lia R. M. Bevilaqua deals mainly with the area of Hippocampus, narrowing it down to issues related to the Basolateral amygdala, and often Cingulate cortex. Her Memory consolidation study combines topics in areas such as Retrograde amnesia, Recognition memory, Spatial memory, Avoidance response and Amygdala. Her work on Morris water navigation task as part of general Hippocampal formation study is frequently connected to CREB, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them.
Her main research concerns Neuroscience, Hippocampus, Memory consolidation, Hippocampal formation and Ventral tegmental area. In general Neuroscience study, her work on Prefrontal cortex often relates to the realm of Long lasting, thereby connecting several areas of interest. Her Hippocampus study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Dopamine.
Her studies in Memory consolidation integrate themes in fields like Fear conditioning, Recognition memory, Electrophysiology and Engram. Her work deals with themes such as Long-term potentiation, Neurotrophic factors, Kinase and Avoidance response, which intersect with Hippocampal formation. Her studies deal with areas such as Extinction, Spontaneous recovery and Amygdala as well as Anisomycin.
Lia R. M. Bevilaqua focuses on Hippocampus, Neuroscience, Anisomycin, Memory consolidation and Amnesia. Her research integrates issues of Ventral tegmental area, Hippocampal formation, Dopamine, Prefrontal cortex and Amygdala in her study of Hippocampus. The study incorporates disciplines such as Perirhinal cortex, Dopamine receptor D2 and Basolateral amygdala in addition to Ventral tegmental area.
Her research in Hippocampal formation intersects with topics in Neurochemical and Receptor antagonist. Her Amygdala study incorporates themes from Extinction and Spontaneous recovery.
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Persistence of Long-Term Memory Storage Requires a Late Protein Synthesis- and BDNF- Dependent Phase in the Hippocampus
Pedro Bekinschtein;Martín Cammarota;Lionel Müller Igaz;Lia R.M. Bevilaqua.
Involvement of hippocampal cAMP/cAMP-dependent protein kinase signaling pathways in a late memory consolidation phase of aversively motivated learning in rats
Ramon Bernabeu;Lia Bevilaqua;Patricia Ardenghi;Elke Bromberg.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1997)
Different molecular cascades in different sites of the brain control memory consolidation
Iván Izquierdo;Lia R.M. Bevilaqua;Lia R.M. Bevilaqua;Janine I. Rossato;Janine I. Rossato;Juliana S. Bonini;Juliana S. Bonini.
Trends in Neurosciences (2006)
Dopamine Controls Persistence of Long-Term Memory Storage
Janine I. Rossato;Lia R. M. Bevilaqua;Iván Izquierdo;Jorge H. Medina.
Learning-associated activation of nuclear MAPK, CREB and Elk-1, along with Fos production, in the rat hippocampus after a one-trial avoidance learning: abolition by NMDA receptor blockade
Martin Cammarota;Lia R.M Bevilaqua;Lia R.M Bevilaqua;Patricia Ardenghi;Gustavo Paratcha.
Molecular Brain Research (2000)
On the role of hippocampal protein synthesis in the consolidation and reconsolidation of object recognition memory
Janine I. Rossato;Lia R.M. Bevilaqua;Jociane C. Myskiw;Jorge H. Medina.
Learning & Memory (2007)
A arte de esquecer
Iván Izquierdo;Lia R. M. Bevilaqua;Martín Cammarota.
Estudos Avançados (2006)
Drugs acting upon the cyclic adenosine monophosphate/protein kinase A signalling pathway modulate memory consolidation when given late after training into rat hippocampus but not amygdala.
L. Bevilaqua;P. Ardenghi;N. Schröder;E. Bromberg.
Behavioural Pharmacology (1997)
Retrieval does not induce reconsolidation of inhibitory avoidance memory.
Martín Cammarota;Lia R.M. Bevilaqua;Jorge H. Medina;Iván Izquierdo.
Learning & Memory (2004)
Retrieval induces hippocampal-dependent reconsolidation of spatial memory.
Janine I. Rossato;Lia R.M. Bevilaqua;Jorge H. Medina;Iván Izquierdo.
Learning & Memory (2006)
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