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George C. Brainard, PhD

George C. Brainard, PhD

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901 Walnut Street
Suite 400
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-9425

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Diurnal spectral sensitivity of the acute alerting effects of light
  2. Breast cancer and circadian disruption from electric lighting in the modern world
  3. Effect of different spectral transmittances through tinted animal cages on circadian metabolism and physiology in sprague-dawley rats
  4. Measuring and using light in the melanopsin age
  5. Regulation of L1 expression and retrotransposition by melatonin and its receptor: Implications for cancer risk associated with light exposure at night
  6. Insulin and IGF1 enhance IL-17-induced chemokine expression through a GSK3B-dependent mechanism: A new target for melatonin's anti-inflammatory action
  7. Effect of spectral transmittance through red-tinted rodent cages on circadian metabolism and physiology in nude rats
  8. Psychosocial benefits of a novel mindfulness intervention versus standard support in distressed women with breast cancer
  9. Adverse health effects of nighttime lighting: Comments on american medical association policy statement
  10. Melanopsin, photosensitive ganglion cells, and seasonal affective disorder
  11. Effects of spectral transmittance through standard laboratory cages on circadian metabolism and physiology in nude rats
  12. Solid-state lighting for the International Space Station: Tests of visual performance and melatonin regulation
  13. Human phase response curve to a single 6.5 h pulse of short-wavelength light
  14. Changes in cerebral blood flow and anxiety associated with an 8-week mindfulness programme in women with breast cancer
  15. Seasonal Affective Disorder
  16. Circadian gating of epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition in breast cancer cells via melatonin- regulation of GSK3β
  17. Learning to live on a Mars day: Fatigue countermeasures during the Phoenix Mars Lander mission
  18. Blue light from light-emitting diodes elicits a dose-dependent suppression of melatonin in humans
  19. Spectral responses of the human circadian system depend on the irradiance and duration of exposure to light
  20. Circadian stage-dependent inhibition of human breast cancer metabolism and growth by the nocturnal melatonin signal: Consequences of its disruption by light at night in rats and women
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