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Briefing documents

DateItemSorted By Item In Descending OrderBriefing TitleAuthorPDF
13/10/201449Recovery from anorexia nervosa by machinePer Södersten & Cecilia BerghPDF
25/04/201348Navigating pituitary structure and function - defining a roadmap for hormone secretionDavid J. Hodson and Patrice MollardPDF
08/01/201347How our gut microbes influence our behaviourProfessor Harry FlintPDF
27/09/201246Nurture: Effects of Intrauterine Position on BehaviourMitsuhiro KawataPDF
20/09/201245Hypoglycaemia: Exercise for the Brain?Craig Beall, Mike Ashford and Rory McCrimmonPDF
12/03/201244My brain made me do it, and my gut didn't help John Menzies PDF
06/02/201243Apelin and Vasopressin: two work better than one Catherine Llorens-Cortes and Francoise Moos PDF
19/01/201242The Neurohypophysis – Fishing for New Insights Amos Gutnick and Gil Levkowitz PDF
01/09/201141Keeping Birds of a Feather Together James L. Goodson PDF
01/09/201140FTO and Obesity: a problem for a billion people Giles S.H. Yeo PDF
08/06/201139A neuro-endocrine-immune symphony Quentin J Pittman PDF
08/06/201138A mother's brain knows Dave Grattan PDF
03/12/201037Are neuropeptides brain hormones? Mike Ludwig PDF
28/09/201036Epigenetics: a lasting impression? Simon Biddie and Stafford Lightman PDF
25/05/201035Preterm labour: Tsunami waves? Alison Douglas PDF
12/10/200934Leptin - back and forward Julian Mercer PDF
27/02/200933Nurturing Nature: social experiences and the brain Frances A. Champagne PDF
05/08/200832Sex hormones and human destiny Melissa Hines PDF
02/06/200831Endocannabinoids and the neurochemistry of gluttony Tim Kirkham PDF
06/12/200730Neurogenesis and depression: breakthrough or blind alley? Joe Herbert PDF
02/10/200729Stem cells, hormones and pituitary adenomas Andy Levy PDF
15/05/200728Is reproductive ageing controlled by the brain? Andrea C. Gore PDF
26/10/200627Fetal Experience: Lifelong Consequences Stephen G Matthews PDF
09/06/200626The metabolic syndrome: a brain disease?Ruud Buijs and Felix Kreier PDF
26/01/200625Anabolic Steroids: A fatal attraction? Ruth I Wood PDF
22/08/200524 Kisspeptin and its receptor: new gatekeepers of puberty Sophie Messager PDF
04/06/200523Melatonin in humans - its about time Jo Arendt PDF
15/12/200422The Neurobiology of Social Bonds Keith Kendrick PDF
30/09/200421Environmental estrogens: foe or friend? Richard Sharpe PDF
30/11/200320Seeing the light... in a new way Russell Foster PDF
15/05/200319Depression, stress and the adrenal axis Carmine Pariante PDF
17/02/200318Puberty: mind and body Fran Ebling PDF
07/10/200217Pituitary tumour therapy: using the biology Julian Davis & Peter Trainer PDF
01/06/200216Genomic imprinting, hormones and behaviour Anthony Isles and Lawrence Wilkinson PDF
01/01/200215Ghrelin: A newly discovered hormone Suzanne Dickson PDF
01/10/200114Is there such a thing as a healthy appetite? Simon Luckman PDF
01/02/200113Early life stress can programme our health Megan Holmes PDF
02/06/200012The maternal brain John Russell PDF
01/06/200011Pheromones and reproduction Barry Keverne PDF
02/01/200010Biological timekeeping Hugh Piggins PDF
01/01/20009The cause of Cushing's Disease Ashley Grossman PDF
02/10/19998Glucocorticoids, ageing and nerve cell damage Jonathan Seckl PDF
01/10/19997Sex differences in the brain David Spratt PDF
02/03/19996Sex hormones, mood, mental state and memory. George Fink PDF
01/03/19995Stress hormones and your brain Michael Harbuz PDF
02/12/19984Growth hormone rhythms from the brain Gareth Leng PDF
01/12/19983Leptin: Your brain, appetite and obesity David Sunter, Donal O'Shea & Stephen R Bloom PDF
02/08/19982Brain development, fertility and Kallman's syndome Jane RobinsonPDF
01/08/19981Environmental estrogens: A hazard to human reproductive health? Nigel BrooksPDF
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