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Dr. XiXi Jia


       
 
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Research Interests

- Provides expert advice and assistance to Neuroscience, Biology, Psychology at FSU for everything from tissue preparation, sectioning, immunocytochemistry, in situ hybridization, to EM and confocal microscope. - Interested and involved in research examining the effects of environmental and endogenous factors on neural plasticity.



Current Research

Translational research in eating disorders, including biological and psychological factors that contribute to binge eating and purging behaviors; nosology and statistical approaches to classification; longitudinal and epidemiological studies of psychological, social and cultural factors that influence eating disorders and body image.



Selected Publications

Articles

Jia X and Siegler MV (2001) Midline lineages in grasshopper produce neuronal siblings with asymmetric expression of Engrailed. Development, 129: 5181-5193.

Siegler MV, Pankhaniya RR, and Jia X (2001) Pattern of expression of engrailed in relation to gamma aminobutyric acid immunoreactivity in the central nervous system of adult grasshopper. J. Comp. Neurology, 440:85-96.

Siegler MVS and Jia X (1999) Engrailed negatively regulates the expression of cell adhesion molecules connectin and neuroglian in embryonic Drosophila nervous system. Neuron, 22:265-276.


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