Shawn Wild
Adjunct Assistant Professor Email:
Phone Number: (609)896-5000
Faculty Office Hours

Mailing Address:
2083 Lawrence Road, Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Phone Number: 
Mailing Address: 
2083 Lawrence Road, Lawrenceville, NJ 08648

1997-98    Post Doctoral Training, TEMPVA Research Group, Inc., Temple, TX
1996    Ph.D., Pharmacology, Concentration: Neuroscience, School of Medicine East Carolina University, Greenville, NC
1990    B.S., Biology, Minor: Chemistry, 1990, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC

Courses Taught
Principles of Biology: Evolution, Diversity and Biology of Animals (BIO-115 & BIO-115L)
Life Science: Human Disease Emphasis (BIO 106)
Life Science: Human Anatomy Emphasis (BIO 100)
Human Anatomy & Physiology with Lab (BIO 220, BIO 222)
Selected Publications
Barwick, V. S.; Jones, D. H.; Richter, J.T; Hicks, P. B. and Young, K. A.;  Subthalamic nucleus microinjections of 5-HT-2 receptor antagonists suppress stereotypic behaviors in rats. Neuro-report, 2000.

Barwick, V. S. and M. S. Dar;  Adenosinergic modulation of ethanol-induced motor incoordination in the rat motor cortex.  Prog. Neuro-Psychopharmacol. & Biol. Psychiat.  22: 587-607; 1998.

Barwick, V. S.; Wooten, M. H.; Bradfield, J. F. and R. D. Myers;  Fever of unknown origin:  Due to C. albicans or other fungi acting on the hypothalamus?  Brain Res.  635: 1 - 8; 1994.

Myers. R. D.; Lopez-Valpuesta, F. J.; Mi#ano, F. J.; Wooten, M. H.; Barwick, V. S. and S. D. Wolpe;  Fever and feeding in the rat:  Actions of intrahypothalamic interleukin-6 compared to macrophage inflammatory protein-1# (MIP-1#).  J. Neurosci. Res.  39: 31- 37; 1994.

Barwick, V. S. and R. D. Myers;  Fever produced by the fungus T. Beigelii infused into the anterior hypothalamic preoptic area of the rat.  Brain Res. Bull.  32: 75 - 81; 1993.

Barwick, V. S. and R. D. Myers;  Age dependent development of ethanol drinking in rats after inhibition of aldehyde dehydrogenase.  Alcohol  9: 501 - 507; 1992.