Publications list for Associate Professor Kevin Keay

2013 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008


  • Mor, D., Keay, K. (2013), Differential Regulation of Glucocorticoid Receptor Expression in Distinct Columns of Periaqueductal Grey in Rats with Behavioural Disability Following Nerve Injury. Cellular and Molecular Neurobiology. 33(7), 953-963. [Abstract]
  • Keay, K. (2013), pERK-ing up the brainstem after injury. European Journal of Pain. 17, 1-2. [Abstract]


  • Taylor, T., Keay, K. (2011), A 'ragged' school of anatomy in the 21st century. ANZ Journal of Surgery. , 397-398. [Abstract]
  • Mor, D., Bembrick, A., Austin, P., Keay, K. (2011), Evidence for cellular injury in the midbrain of rats following chronic constriction injury of the sciatic nerve. Journal of Chemical Neuroanatomy. 41(3), 158-169. [Abstract]


  • Austin, P., Beyer, K., Bembrick, A., Keay, K. (2010), Peripheral Nerve Injury Differentially Regulates Dopaminergic Pathways In The Nucleus Accumbens Of Rats With Either 'Pain Alone' Or 'Pain And Disability'. Neuroscience. 171(1), 329-43. [Abstract]
  • Kilburn-Watt, E., Banati, R., Keay, K. (2010), Altered Thyroid Hormones and Behavioural Change in a Sub-population of Rats following Chronic Constriction Injury. Journal of neuroendocrinology. 22(8), 960-70. [Abstract]
  • Shaw, V., Keay, K., Ashkan, K., Benabid, A., Mitrofanis, J. (2010), Dopaminergic cells in the periaqueductal grey matter of MPTP-treated monkeys and mice; patterns of survival and effect of deep brain stimulation and lesion of the subthalamic nucleus. Parkinsonism & related disorders. 16(5), 338-44. [Abstract]
  • Mor, D., Bembrick, A., Austin, P., Wyllie, P., Creber, N., Denyer, G., Keay, K. (2010), Anatomically specific patterns of glial activation in the periaqueductal gray of the sub-population of rats showing pain and disability following chronic constriction injury of the sciatic nerve. Neuroscience. 166(4), 1167-1184. [Abstract]
  • Keay, K., Henderson, L. (2010), Physical and Emotional Pain. In: Encyclopedia of Behavioral Neuroscience. (pp.54-63).United States: Elsevier Inc..


  • McGreevy, P., McLean, A., Keay, K., Thomson, P. (2009), SMART: Sensitivity models for animals in response to training. Veterinary Journal. 181(1), 72-73. [Abstract]


  • Vagg, D., Bandler, R., Keay, K. (2008), Hypovolemic shock: Critical involvement of a projection from the ventrolateral periaqueductal gray to the caudal midline medulla. Neuroscience. 152(4), 1099-1109. [Abstract]
  • Keay, K., Bandler, R. (2008), Emotional and Behavioral Significance of the Pain Signal and the Role of the Midbrain Periaqueductal Gray (PAG). In: The Senses: A Comprehensive Reference- Volume 5 Pain. (pp.627–634).United States: Elsevier Inc..