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Andrew Goodwillie


Medical School: NYU School of Medicine

College: Yale University

Hometown: New York, NY


Fellowship: Lenox Hill Sports Medicine




1. Kaplan KM. Goodwillie A. Strauss EJ. Rosen JE. Rugby injuries: a review of concepts and current literature. BULLETIN OF THE NYU HOSPITAL FOR JOINT DISEASES. 66(2):86-93, 2008.

2. Garey J, Goodwillie A, Frohlich J, Morgan M, Gustafsson JA, Smithies O, Korach KS, Ogawa S, Pfaff DW.Genetic contributions to generalized arousal of brain and behavior. PROC NAT ACAD SCI USA 2003 SEP 16;100(19):11019-11022

3. Mong JA, Devidze N, Goodwillie A, Pfaff DW. Reduction of lipocalin-type prostaglandin D synthase in the preoptic area of female mice mimics estradiol effects on arousal and sex behavior.PROC NAT ACAD SCI USA 2003 DEC 9;100(25):15206-15211

4. Ragnauth AK, Goodwillie A, Brewer C, Muglia LJ, Pfaff DW, Kow LM. Vasopressin stimulates ventromedial hypothalamic neurons via oxytocin receptors in oxytocin gene knockout male and female mice.NEUROENDOCRINOLOGY 2004;80(2):92-99

5. Easton A, Norton J, Goodwillie A, Pfaff DW. Sex differences in mouse behavior following pyrilamine treatment: role of histamine 1 receptors in arousal. PHARMACOL BIOCHEM BEHAV 2004 NOV;79(3): 563-572

6. Ragnauth AK, Devidze N, Moy V, Finley K, Goodwillie A, Kow LM, Muglia LJ, Pfaff DW. Female oxytocin gene-knockout mice, in a semi-natural environment, display exaggerated aggressive behavior. GENES, BRAIN, & BEHAVIOR 2005; 4(4):229-39.