Magen N Lord

College of Family and Consumer Sciences

Nutritional Sciences

PhD Candidate

Magen Lord is a PhD student in Dr. Emily Noble’s Nutritional Neuroscience lab


Degree Field of Study Institution Graduation
B.S. Neuroscience Georgia State University Fall 2019


Graduate teaching assistant in the Department of Nutritional Sciences


Award Name Awarded By Year Awarded
Doe H. Harden Scholarship FACS, UGA Fall 2022, Spring 2023
FACS Funds for Excellence Scholarship FACS, UGA Summer 2021
Virginia Wilbanks Kilgore Scholarship FACS, UGA Fall 2020, Spring 2021, Fall 2021

Current Research

Researching the neural and behavioral mechanisms behind cannabinoid-induced eating behavior

Journal Articles

  1. McFaline-Figueroa J, Schifino AG, Nichenko AS, Lord MN, Hunda ET, Winders EA, Noble EE, Greising SM, Call JA. (2022). Pharmaceutical Agents for Contractile-Metabolic Dysfunction After Volumetric Muscle Loss. Tissue Engineering.
  2. Lord MN, Heo JW, Schifino AG, Hoffman JR, Donohue KN, Call JA, Noble EE. (2021). Sexually Dimorphic Effects of a Western Diet on Brain Mitochondrial Bioenergetics and Neurocognitive Function. Nutrients.
  3. Lord MN, Subramanian K, Kanoski SE, Noble EE. (2021). Melanin-concentrating hormone and food intake control: Sites of action, peptide interactions, and appetition. Peptides.
  4. Partrick KA, Rosenhauer AM, Auger J, Arnold AR, Ronczkowski NM, Jackson LM, Lord MN, Abdulla SM, Chassaing B, Huhman KL. (2021). Ingestion of probiotic (Lactobacillus helveticus and Bifidobacterium longum) alters intestinal microbial structure and behavioral expression following social defeat stress. Scientific Reports.
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