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Research Project: Nutrition and Regenerative Medicine for Preventing Age-Related Neurological Disorders

Location: Jean Mayer Human Nutrition Research Center On Aging

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)

Dietary blueberry before and/or after exposure to HZE particles attenuates neuroinflammation, oxidative stress, and cognitive deficits in rats - (Abstract Only)
Cahoon, D.S., Fisher, D.R., Zheng, T., Rabin, B.M., Shukitt Hale, B. 2022. Dietary blueberry before and/or after exposure to HZE particles attenuates neuroinflammation, oxidative stress, and cognitive deficits in rats [abstract]. Virtual Online NASA Human Research Program Investigators Workshop. Abstract #1133-000326.

Berry bioactives and cognition - (Book / Chapter)
Bell, L., Shukitt Hale, B., Williams, C.M. 2022. Berry bioactives and cognition. In: Klimis-Zacas, Dorothy and Rodriguez-Mateos, Ana., editors. Berries and Berry Bioactive Compounds in Promoting Health. Cambridge, U.K. Royal Society of Chemistry. p.185-207.

Blueberry extract attenuates neuroinflammation and oxidative stress when administered before and/or after lipopolysaccharide in rat microglial cells - (Abstract Only)
Cahoon, D., Fisher, D.R., Shukitt Hale, B. 2021. Blueberry extract attenuates neuroinflammation and oxidative stress when administered before and/or after lipopolysaccharide in rat microglial cells. [abstract]. 2021 Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting. Program #181.07.

Modeling space radiation-induced cognitive dysfunction using targeted and non-targeted effects Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Shuryak, I., Brenner, D.J., Blattnig, S.R., Shukitt Hale, B., Rabin, B.M. 2021. Modeling space radiation-induced cognitive dysfunction using targeted and non-targeted effects. Scientific Reports. 11:8845. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-021-88486-z.

Walnut oil and blueberry treatments have beneficial individual but not synergistic effects on neuroinflammation in vitro Reprint Icon - (Abstract Only)
Fisher, D.R., Cahoon, D., Shukitt Hale, B. 2021. Walnut oil and blueberry treatments have beneficial individual but not synergistic effects on neuroinflammation in vitro. Current Developments in Nutrition. 5(Suppl 2):904. https://doi.org/10.1093/cdn/nzab049_017.

Berry phenolics are associated with cognitive enhancement in blueberry- and strawberry-supplemented older adults Reprint Icon - (Abstract Only)
Rutledge, G.A., Miller, M.G., Sandhu, A.K., Edirisinghe, I., Burton-Freeman, B., Shukitt Hale, B. 2021. Berry phenolics are associated with cognitive enhancement in blueberry- and strawberry-supplemented older adults. Current Developments in Nutrition. 5(Suppl 2):921. https://doi.org/10.1093/cdn/nzab049_034.

The impact of a walnut-rich breakfast on cognitive performance throughout the day in healthy young adults Reprint Icon - (Abstract Only)
Bell, L., Dodd, G.F., Whyte, A.R., Shukitt Hale, B., Williams, C.M. 2021. The impact of a walnut-rich breakfast on cognitive performance throughout the day in healthy young adults. Current Developments in Nutrition. 5(Suppl 2):895. https://doi.org/10.1093/cdn/nzab049_008.

Blueberry treatment administered before and/or after lipopolysaccharide attenuates neuroinflammation and oxidative stress in rat microglial cells Reprint Icon - (Abstract Only)
Cahoon, D., Fisher, D.R., Shukitt Hale, B. 2021. Blueberry treatment administered before and/or after lipopolysaccharide attenuates neuroinflammation and oxidative stress in rat microglial cells. Current Developments in Nutrition. 5(Suppl 2):899. https://doi.org/10.1093/cdn/nzab049_012.

Dietary strawberry improves cognition in a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial using older adults Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Miller, M.G., Thangthaeng, N., Scott, T.M., Rutledge, G.A., Shukitt Hale, B. 2021. Dietary strawberry improves cognition in a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial using older adults. British Journal of Nutrition. 126(2) pp. 253-263. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0007114521000222.

Effects of preexposure to 4He particles on the alteration of cognitive performance produced by exposure to 56Fe particles in male and female rats - (Abstract Only)
Rabin, B.M., Rottman, V., Shukitt Hale, B. 2021. Effects of preexposure to 4He particles on the alteration of cognitive performance produced by exposure to 56Fe particles in male and female rats. [abstract] NASA Human Research Program IWS 2021 (online), Program #1105-002.

Mechanistically-based model development for space radiation risk assessment: Modeling space radiation induced cognitive dysfunction using targeted and non-targeted effects - (Abstract Only)
Brenner, D.J., Shuryak, I., Blattnig, S.R., Shukitt Hale, B., Rabin, B.M. 2021. Mechanistically-based model development for space radiation risk assessment: Modeling space radiation induced cognitive dysfunction using targeted and non-targeted effects. [abstract] NASA Human Research Program IWS 2021 (online), Program #1105-002219.

Blueberry phenolics are associated with cognitive enhancement in healthy supplemented older adults Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Rutledge, G.A., Sandhu, A.K., Miller, M.G., Edirisinghe, I., Burton-Freeman, B.B., Shukitt Hale, B. 2020. Blueberry phenolics are associated with cognitive enhancement in healthy supplemented older adults. Food and Function. 12:107-118. https://doi.org/10.1039/D0FO02125C.

Effects of partial or whole-body exposures to 56Fe particles on brain function and cognitive performance in rats Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Cahoon, D., Shukitt Hale, B., Bielinski, D.F., Hawkins, E.M., Cacioppo, A.M., Rabin, B.M. 2020. Effects of partial or whole-body exposures to 56Fe particles on brain function and cognitive performance in rats. Life Sciences in Space Research. 27:56-63. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.lssr.2020.07.006.

The Potential Cognitive Health Impact of Strawberries - (Abstract Only)
Shukitt Hale, B. 2020. The Potential Cognitive Health Impact of Strawberries [abstract]. Nutrition Trends Forum 2020 Meeting.

Beneficial effects of blueberry extracts on adult human neural progenitor cells - (Abstract Only)
Bielinski, D.F., Fisher, D.R., Shukitt Hale, B., Zheng, T. 2020. Beneficial effects of blueberry extracts on adult human neural progenitor cells. Current Developments in Nutrition. 4(Suppl_2):1191. https://meeting.nutrition.org.

The effects of blueberry and strawberry serum metabolites on age-related oxidative and inflammatory signaling - (Abstract Only)
Rutledge, G.A., Fisher, D.R., Miller, M.G., Kelly, M.E., Bielinski, D.F., Shukitt Hale, B. 2020. The effects of blueberry and strawberry serum metabolites on age-related oxidative and inflammatory signaling [abstract]. Program book for Translational Research Day, Poster #20, p. 14.

The effects of blueberry and strawberry serum metabolites on age-related oxidative and inflammatory signaling in vitro Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Rutledge, G.A., Fisher, D.R., Miller, M.G., Kelly, M.E., Bielinski, D.F., Shukitt Hale, B. 2019. The effects of blueberry and strawberry serum metabolites on age-related oxidative and inflammatory signaling in vitro. Food and Function. 10(12):7707-7713. https://doi.org/10.1039/C9FO01913H.

Dietary modulation of the effects of exposure to HZE particles on cognitive performance - (Abstract Only)
Rabin, B.M., Rottman, V., Jiang, V., Hull, M.T., Ingram, I., Shukitt Hale, B. 2020. Dietary modulation of the effects of exposure to HZE particles on cognitive performance [abstract]. 2020 NASA Human Research Program Investigators Workshop, Program #20188.

Factors involved in the beneficial effects of blueberries on cognition - (Abstract Only)
Shukitt Hale, B. 2019. Factors involved in the beneficial effects of blueberries on cognition. 2019 Wild Blueberry Associaton of North America (WBANA) Neuroscience Roundtable.

Factors involved in the beneficial effects of polyphenols on neurochemical and behavioral changes in aging - (Abstract Only)
Shukitt Hale, B., Miller, M.G., Fisher, D.R., Rutledge, G.A., Bielinski, D.F., Scott, T.M. 2019. Factors involved in the beneficial effects of polyphenols on neurochemical and behavioral changes in aging [abstract]. ICoFF2019 program book, Abstract #SY21-4, p. 49.