Faculty

Rebekah Jakel

Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, Translational Neuroscience
School of Medicine

508 Fulton Street, Durham, NC 27705

(919) 684-8111 rebekah.jakel@duke.edu


Education & Training

Ph.D. 2006

University of Wisconsin at Madison

M.D. 2008

University of Wisconsin at Madison

residency, Psychiatry And Behavioral Sciences

Duke University School of Medicine

Publications

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in the Elderly.

PMID 32222307
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Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in the Elderly.

PMID 29412844
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Psychosis and Parkinson's disease

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Psychosis and Parkinson's disease

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Serotonin syndrome after a massive overdose of controlled-release paroxetine.

PMID 20833944
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Neurotoxicant-Induced Oxidative Events and Antioxidative Interventions in the Central Nervous System

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The Nrf2-ARE pathway: an indicator and modulator of oxidative stress in neurodegeneration.

PMID 19076431
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The Nrf2-ARE pathway: A potential therapeutic target for neurodegenerative diseases

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Nrf2-mediated protection against 6-hydroxydopamine.

PMID 17336276
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Induction of the protective antioxidant response element pathway by 6-hydroxydopamine in vivo and in vitro.

PMID 15976186
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Nrf2, a multi-organ protector?

PMID 15985529
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Protection from mitochondrial complex II inhibition in vitro and in vivo by Nrf2-mediated transcription.

PMID 15611470
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Human neural stem cell transplants improve motor function in a rat model of Huntington's disease.

PMID 15211462
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Using human neural stem cells to model neurological disease.

PMID 14735124
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Methamphetamine toxicity is attenuated in mice that overexpress human manganese superoxide dismutase.

PMID 10996156
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Neuronal cell death in Huntington's disease: a potential role for dopamine.

PMID 10838590
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Clorgyline and deprenyl attenuate striatal malonate and 3-nitropropionic acid lesions.

PMID 10407109
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Evidence that Par-4 participates in the pathogenesis of HIV encephalitis.

PMID 10393834
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Does dopamine contribute to striatal damage caused by impaired mitochondrial function?

PMID 10672263
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6-Hydroxydopamine injections into the nigrostriatal pathway attenuate striatal malonate and 3-nitropropionic acid lesions.

PMID 9878198
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