David Gilbert | Neuroscience Research Center | SIU

Southern Illinois University



Neuroscience Research Center

David Gilbert


Office Location:
Life Sciences II 275-C
Mailcode 6502
Southern Illinois University
Carbondale IL 62901 

Office: (618) 453-3558

Lab: (618) 453-3563

Fax: (217) 545-0145

Email: dgilbert@siu.edu

Website: http://cola.siu.edu/

Educational Background: 

PhD, Florida State University, 1978

BS, University of Washington, 1970

Research Interests:

Integrative neuroscience

Substance use/abuse

Genetic and environmental influences

Individual differences


Recent Publications: 

Carlson, J. M., Gilbert, D. G., Riise, H., Rabinovich, N. E., Froeliger, B., & Sugai, C. (2009). Serotonin transporter genotype and depressive symptoms moderate effects of nicotine on spatial working memory. Experimental & Clinical Psychopharmacology, 17, 173-180.

Gilbert, D. G., Zuo, Y., Rabinovich, N. E., Riise, H., Needham, R., & Huggenvik, J. I. (2009). Neurotransmission-related genetic polymorphisms, negative affectivity traits, and gender predict tobacco abstinence symptoms across 44 days with and without nicotine patch. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 118, 322-334.

Asgaard, G. L., Gilbert, D. G., Malpass, D., Sugai, S., & Dillon, A. (2010). Nicotine primes attention to competing affective stimuli in the context of salient alternatives. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology,18, 51-60.