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Hire Dr. Wellington A.
United States
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Data analyses, population health, neuroscience, psychology, metabolism, inflammation, microbiota & cross-omics profiling

Profile Summary
Subject Matter Expertise
Writing Technical Writing, Newswriting
Research Fact Checking, Gray Literature Search, Systematic Literature Review, Secondary Data Collection
Data & AI Statistical Analysis, Algorithm Design-Non ML, Data Visualization
Product Development Formulation
Work Experience

Postdoctoral Scholar

University of California Davis

September 2020 - Present

Postdoctoral Scholar

University of California, Los Angeles

January 2018 - March 2020

Research Fellow, Research Assistant, Teaching Assistant, Instructor

University of Wisconsin-Madison

2010 - 2017

Research Assistant

University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas

2009 - 2010

Research Associate

Texas Christian University

2006 - 2008


PhD (Behavioral Neuroscience)

University of Wisconsin-Madison

2010 - 2017

Masters of Science (Psychology)

University of Wisconsin Madison

2010 - 2012

B.S. in Neuroscience (Neuroscience)

University of Texas at Dallas

1998 - 2008

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Whoolery CW, Walker AK, Richardson DR, Lucero MJ, Reynolds RP, Beddow DH, Clark KL, Shih HY, LeBlanc JA, Cole MG, et al.(2017). Whole-Body Exposure to 28Si-Radiation Dose-Dependently Disrupts Dentate Gyrus Neurogenesis and Proliferation in the Short Term and New Neuron Survival and Contextual Fear Conditioning in the Long Term . Radiation research.
Wellington Z. Amaral, Gabriele R. Lubach, Alexandra Proctor, Mark Lyte, Gregory J. Phillips, Christopher L. Coe(2017). Social Influences on Prevotella and the Gut Microbiome of Young Monkeys . Psychosomatic Medicine. 79. (8). p. 888--897. Ovid Technologies (Wolters Kluwer Health)
Wellington Z. Amaral, Gabriele R. Lubach, Amita Kapoor, Alexandra Proctor, Gregory J. Phillips, Mark Lyte, Christopher L. Coe(2017). Low Lactobacilli abundance and polymicrobial diversity in the lower reproductive tract of female rhesus monkeys do not compromise their reproductive success . American Journal of Primatology. 79. (10). p. e22691. Wiley-Blackwell
DeCarolis NA, Rivera PD, Ahn F, Amaral WZ, LeBlanc JA, Malhotra S, Shih HY, Petrik D, Melvin N, Chen BP, et al.(2014). (56)Fe Particle Exposure Results in a Long-Lasting Increase in a Cellular Index of Genomic Instability and Transiently Suppresses Adult Hippocampal Neurogenesis in Vivo . Life sciences in space research.
Rivera PD, Shih HY, Leblanc JA, Cole MG, Amaral WZ, Mukherjee S, Zhang S, Lucero MJ, Decarolis NA, Chen BP, et al.(2013). Acute and fractionated exposure to high-LET (56)Fe HZE-particle radiation both result in similar long-term deficits in adult hippocampal neurogenesis . Radiation research.
Amaral WZ, Lubach GR, Bennett AJ, Coe CL(2013). Inflammatory vulnerability associated with the rh5-HTTLPR genotype in juvenile rhesus monkeys . Genes, brain, and behavior.
Wellington Amaral, Andrew J. Tarr, Kristina A. McLinden, Dinko Kranjac, Rachel A. Kohman, Gary W. Boehm(2011). The effects of age on lipopolysaccharide-induced cognitive deficits and interleukin-1$\upbeta$ expression . Behavioural Brain Research. 217. (2). p. 481--485. Elsevier {BV}