UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Annual Report of Academic Activities
July 1, 2013—June 30, 2014
INTRODUCTION
Attached you will find the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Fourteenth
Annual Report of Academic Activities. This report reflects the publications,
presentations, research grants and community service of faculty members during the
period July 1, 2013 through June 30, 2014. During this year faculty published peerviewed articles and books, book chapters and other non-peer reviewed publications.
Only articles, book chapters, or books that were actually published during this time
frame are included. Faculty within the department have been quite productive in terms
of the number and quality of publications and their participation in national, regional
and local scientific meetings and educational programs. In addition, faculty were
involved in a number of community activities benefiting both the UC Davis and the
greater Sacramento County communities.
Robert E. Hales, M.D., M.B.A.
Joe P. Tupin Professor and Chair
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Introduction
Index
Leonard Abbeduto, Ph.D.
David G. Amaral, Ph.D.
Amy Barnhorst, M.D.
Melissa Bauman, Ph.D.
Cameron S. Carter, M.D.
Jacqueline Crawley, Ph.D.
Richard Cross, M.D.
Nathan Fairman, M.D., M.P.H.
Jessica Ferranti, M.D.
Beth Goodlin-Jones, Ph.D.
Robert Hales, M.D., M.B.A.
Jaesu Han, M.D.
David R. Hessl, Ph.D.
W. Ladson Hinton, M.D.
Robert Horst, M.D.
Lee Jones, M.D.
Laura E. Kenkel, M.D.
Alan Koike, M.D., M.S.H.S.
Russell Lim, M.D., M.Ed.
Robert McCarron, D.O.
Barbara McDermott, Ph.D.
William Newman, M.D.
Tara Niendam, Ph.D.
Stephen Noctor, Ph.D.
Christine Wu Nordahl, Ph.D.
Thomas Nordahl, M.D., Ph.D.
John Onate, M.D.
Sally Ozonoff, Ph.D.
Murat Pakyurek, M.D.
J. Daniel Ragland, Ph.D.
Sally J. Rogers, Ph.D.
Jason Roof, M.D.
Ruth Salo, Ph.D.
Lorin Scher, M.D.
Cynthia Schumann, Ph.D.
Julie Schweitzer, Ph.D.
Andres Sciolla, M.D.
Charles L. Scott, M.D.
Andreea Seritan, M.D.
Mark E. Servis, M.D.
Hong Shen, M.D.
Jill Silverman, Ph.D.
Tony Simon, Ph.D.
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Gregory Sokolov, M.D.
Marjorie Solomon, Ph.D., M.B.A.
Matthew Soulier, M.D.
Hendry Ton, M.D., M.S.
Glen Xiong, M.D.
Mu Yang, Ph.D.
Zhongshu Yang, M.D., Ph.D.
Peter Yellowlees, M.B.B.S., M.D.
Erik Youngdale, M.D.
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Leonard Abbeduto, Ph.D.
Journal Articles
2013 Berry-Kravis E, Hessl DR, Abbeduto L, Reiss A, Beckel-Mitchener A, Urv T.
Outcome measures for clinical trials in fragile X syndrome. Journal of Developmental
and Behavioral Pediatrics, 34, 508-522.
2013 Kover ST, McDuffie A, Hagerman RJ, Abbeduto L. Receptive vocabulary in
boys with autism spectrum disorder: Cross-sectional developmental trajectories.
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 43, 2696-2709.
2013 Kover ST, Pierpont E, Kim J-S, Brown WE, Abbeduto L. A neurodevelopmental
perspective on the acquisition of nonverbal cognitive skills in adolescents with fragile
X syndrome. Developmental Neuropsychology, 38, 445-460.
2013 McDuffie A, Kover ST, Hagerman RJ, Abbeduto L. Investigating word learning in
fragile X syndrome: A fast-mapping study. Journal of Autism and Developmental
Disorders, 43, 1676-1691.
2013 Oakes A, Kover ST, Abbeduto L. Language comprehension profiles of young
adolescents with fragile X syndrome. American Journal of Speech Language
Pathology, 22, 615-626.
2014 Thurman AJ, McDuffie A, Hagerman RJ, Abbeduto L. Psychiatric symptoms in boys
with fragile X syndrome: A comparison with nonsyndromic autism spectrum disorder.
Research in Developmental Disabilities, 35, 1072-1086.
Book Chapters
2014 Abbeduto L, Ozonoff S, Thurman AJ, McDuffie A, Schweitzer J. Neurodevelopmental
disorders. In RE Hales, SC Yudofsky, L Roberts, Eds., American Psychiatric
Publishing Textbook of Psychiatry, 6th Edition. Arlington, VA: American Psychiatric
Publishing.
Abstracts and Presentations
2013 Abbeduto L. (September). Fragile X syndrome: Phenotype, variation, mechanisms,
and treatment. Grand Rounds, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences,
University of California, Davis, Sacramento, CA.
2013 McDuffie A, Machalicek W, Oakes A, Ma M, Abbeduto L. (October). Extending our
reach: Using distance technology to deliver collaborative coaching to parents.
Presented at the Division for Early Childhood of the Council for Exceptional Children,
San Francisco, CA.
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2014 Abbeduto L. (March). Balkanization of NDD: Implication for Future Progress. Invited
presentation at the Spectrum of Developmental Disabilities, XXXVI. Intellectual
Disability: At the Precipice. Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Baltimore, MD.
2014 Benjamin DP, Mastergeorge AM, Hagerman RJ, Abbeduto L. (March). The Impact of
Anxiety on Face Gaze in Children with Autism, Fragile X Syndrome, or Typical
Development. Poster presented at the 2014 Gatlinburg Conference on Research and
Theory in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, Chicago, IL.
2014 Castignetti N, Oakes A, Thurman AJ, Gunther J, McDuffie A, Roberts J, Abbeduto L.
(March). Anxiety and expressive language in males with fragile X syndrome. Poster
presented at the Gatlinburg Conference on Research and Theory in Intellectual and
Developmental Disabilities, Chicago, IL.
2014 Channell MM, Chela MK, Abbeduto L. (March). The use of mental state language by
youth with Down syndrome. In S. Loveall (Chair), Language, reading, and schoolreadiness in Down syndrome. Symposium presented at the Gatlinburg Conference on
Research and Theory in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, Chicago, IL.
2014 Chela M, Benjamin DP, McDuffie AS, Hagerman RJ, Abbeduto L. (March).
Medication Use in Young Children with Fragile X Syndrome or Autism Spectrum
Disorder. Poster presented at the 2014 Gatlinburg Conference on Research and
Theory in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, Chicago, IL.
2014 Gunther J, McDuffie A, Goodlin-Jones B, Steinfeld MB, Leckliter I, Thurman AJ,
Oakes A, Tempero-Feigles R, Roberts J, Abbeduto L. (March). Anxiety of
adolescents and young adults with fragile X syndrome associated with the emotional
climate in the family. In J. Roberts (Chair), The co-occurrence of anxiety in fragile X
and idiopathic autism: A behavioral and biomarker approach to assessment and
treatment across the lifespan. Symposium conducted at the Gatlinburg Conference on
Research and Theory in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, Chicago, IL.
2014 McDuffie A, Thurman AJ, Hagerman R, Abbeduto L. (March). Symptoms of autism in
fragile X syndrome: A between disorder comparison. In L. Abbeduto (Chair),
Understanding autism symptomatology in fragile X syndrome. Symposium conducted
at the Gatlinburg Conference on Research and Theory in Intellectual and
Developmental Disabilities, Chicago, IL.
2014 Oakes A, Thurman AJ, McDuffie A, Bullard L, Hagerman R, Abbeduto L. (March).
Characterizing repetitive behaviors in young males with fragile X syndrome. In L.
Abbeduto (Chair), Understanding autism symptomatology in fragile X syndrome.
Symposium conducted at the Gatlinburg Conference on Research and Theory in
Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, Chicago, IL.
2014 Thurman AJ, McDuffie A, Kover ST, Hagerman RJ, Abbeduto L. (March). Cross
sectional developmental trajectories of autism symptomatology in fragile X syndrome:
A comparison with nonsyndromic autism spectrum disorder. In L. Abbeduto (Chair),
Understanding autism symptomatology in fragile X syndrome. Symposium conducted
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at the Gatlinburg Conference on Research and Theory in Intellectual and
Developmental Disabilities, Chicago, IL.
2014 Abbeduto L. (June). Writing for publication. Invited presentation as part of a panel
discussion at the annual meeting of the American Association on Intellectual and
Developmental Disabilities. Orlando, FL.
Research Funding
Principal Investigator, Language development in fragile X syndrome. National Institute of
Child Health and Human Development, R01 HD204356, 2/20/12-1/31/17, $2,600,000 (direct
+ indirect costs).
Principal Investigator, Expressive Language Sampling as an Outcome Measure. National
Institute of Child Health and Human Development, R01 HD074346, 3/1/13-2/28/2018,
($3,000,000 direct + indirect costs).
Principal Investigator/Director, Interdisciplinary Training Conference in Developmental
Disabilities (NICHD, R13HD05770, 7/09-7/14, $85,000 direct costs).
Co-Investigator (F. Conners, University of Alabama, PI). Cognitive precursors of language
impairment in Down syndrome. R01 HD055345 2/20/09-1/31/15, approximately $2.1 million
(direct costs).
Principal Investigator, University of California Summit on Translational Research in Autism
Spectrum Disorders. University of California Office of the President Opportunity Fund, 2014,
$17,000.
Community Service
Editor, American Journal on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Member, Executive Committee, Gatlinburg Conference on Research and Theory in
Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Member, NIH NICHD Division of Scientific review, Behavioral and Biobehavioral study
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David G. Amaral, Ph.D.
Journal Articles
2013 Breece E, Paciotti B, Nordahl CW, Ozonoff S, Van de Water JA, Rogers SJ, Amaral
DG, Ashwood P. Myeloid dendritic cells frequencies are increased in children with
autism spectrum disorder and associated with amygdala volume and repetitive
behaviors. Brain Behav Immun. 2013 Jul;31:69-75. doi: 10.1016/j.bbi.2012.10.006.
Epub 2012 Oct 11.
2013 Bliss-Moreau E, Machado CJ, Amaral DG. Macaque cardiac physiology is sensitive to
the valence of passively viewed sensory stimuli. PLoS One. 2013 Aug 5;8(8):e71170.
doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0071170. Print 2013. PMCID: PMC3734104.
2013 Stamova BS, Tian Y, Nordahl CW, Shen MD, Rogers S, Amaral DG, Sharp FR.
Evidence for differential alternative splicing in blood of young boys with autism
spectrum disorders. Mol Autism. 2013 Sep 4;4(1):30. [Epub ahead of print] PMCID:
PMC3846739.
2013 Bauman MD, Iosif AM, Smith SEP, Bregere C, Amaral DG, Patterson PH. Activation
of the maternal immune system during pregnancy alters behavioral development of
rhesus monkey offspring. Biol Psychiatry. 2013 Sep 4. doi:pii: S0006-3223(13)006732. 10.1016/j.biopsych.2013.06.025. [Epub ahead of print].
2013 Eicher JD, Powers NR, Miller LL, Akshoomoff N, Amaral DG, Bloss CS, Libiger O,
Schork NJ, Darst BF, Casey BJ, Chang L, Ernst T, Frazier J, Kaufmann WE, Keating
B, Kenet T, Kennedy D, Mostofsky S, Murray SS, Sowell ER, Bartsch H, Kuperman
JM, Brown TT, Hagler DJ Jr, Dale AM, Jernigan TL, St Pourcain B, Davey Smith G,
Ring SM, Gruen JR; for the Pediatric Imaging, Neurocognition, and Genetics Study.
Genome-wide association study of shared components of reading disability and
language impairment. Genes Brain Behav. 2013 Sep 11. doi: 10.1111/gbb.12085.
[Epub ahead of print] PMCID: PMC3904347.
2013 Rossi CC, Fuentes J, Van de Water J, Amaral DG. Brief Report: Antibodies Reacting
to Brain Tissue in Basque Spanish Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Their
Mothers. J Autism Dev Disord. 2013 Sep 11. [Epub ahead of print] PMCID:
PMC3980136.
2013 Bliss-Moreau E, Moadab G, Bauman MD, Amaral DG. The impact of early amygdala
damage on juvenile rhesus macaque social behavior. J Cogn Neurosci. 2013
Dec;25(12):2124-40. doi: 10.1162/jocn_a_00483. Epub 2013 Sep 18.
2013 Miller JA, Nathanson J, Franjic D, Shim S, Dalley RA, Shapouri S, Smith KA, Sunkin
SM, Bernard A, Bennett JL, Lee CK, Hawrylycz MJ, Jones AR, Amaral DG, Šestan N,
Gage FH, Lein ES. Conserved molecular signatures of neurogenesis in the
hippocampal subgranular zone of rodents and primates. Development. 2013
Nov;140(22):4633-44. doi: 10.1242/dev.097212. Epub 2013 Oct 23. PMCID:
PMC3817946.
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2013 Johnson RT, Yeatman JD, Wandell BA, Buonocore MH, Amaral DG, Nordahl CW.
Diffusion properties of major white matter tracts in young, typically developing
children. Neuroimage. 2013 Nov 21;88C:143-154. doi:
10.1016/j.neuroimage.2013.11.025. [Epub ahead of print]. PMCID: PMC4029877.
2013 Amaral DG, Kondo H, Lavenex P. An analysis of entorhinal cortex projections to the
dentate gyrus, hippocampus, and subiculum of the neonatal macaque monkey. J
Comp Neurol. 2014 May 1;522(7):1485-505. doi: 10.1002/cne.23469.
2014 Morgan JT, Amaral DG. A comparative analysis of the dendritic organization of
principal neurons in the lateral and central nuclei of the rhesus macaque and rat
amygdala. J Comp Neurol. 2014 Feb 15;522(3):689-716. doi: 10.1002/cne.23467.
2014 Akshoomoff N, Newman E, Thompson WK, McCabe C, Bloss CS, Chang L, Amaral
DG, Casey BJ, Ernst TM, Frazier JA, Gruen JR, Kaufmann WE, Kenet T, Kennedy
DN, Libiger O, Mostofsky S, Murray SS, Sowell ER, Schork N, Dale AM, Jernigan TL.
The NIH Toolbox Cognition Battery: results from a large normative developmental
sample (PING). Neuropsychology. 2014 Jan;28(1):1-10. doi: 10.1037/neu0000001.
Epub 2013 Nov 11. Erratum in: Neuropsychology. 2014 Mar;28(2):319. PMCID:
PMC3925365.
2014 Hunsaker MR, Amaral DG. A semi-automated pipeline for the segmentation of rhesus
macaque hippocampus: validation across a wide age range. PLoS One. 2014 Feb
24;9(2):e89456. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0089456. eCollection 2014. PMCID:
PMC3933562.
2014 Douet V, Chang L, Pritchett A, Lee K, Keating B, Bartsch H, Jernigan TL, Dale A,
Akshoomoff N, Murray S, Bloss C, Kennedy DN, Amaral DG, Gruen J, Kaufmann
WE, Casey BJ, Sowell E, Ernst T. Schizophrenia-risk variant rs6994992 in the
neuregulin-1 gene on brain developmental trajectories in typically developing children.
Transl Psychiatry. 2014 May 27;4:e392. doi: 10.1038/tp.2014.41. PMCID:
PMC4035723.
Abstracts and Presentations
2013 Stamova BS, Tian Y, Nordahl CW, Shen MD, Rogers SJ, Amaral DG, et al. Molecular
phenotypes associated with total cerebral volume in boys with autism spectrum
disorders. International Meeting for Autism Research, San Sebastian, Spain, May.
2013 Nordahl CW, Young GS, Perry LM, Dougherty R, Lee A, Li D, Liston S, Simon TJ,
Rogers SJ, Wandell B, Amaral DG. Longitudinal analysis of the corpus callosum in
preschool-aged children with autism spectrum disorder. International Meeting for
Autism Research, San Sebastian, Spain, May.
2013 Barger N, Amaral DG, Schumann CM. Age-related changes in neuronal populations
in the amygdala in autism. International Meeting for Autism Research, San Sebastian,
Spain, May.
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2013 Shen MD, Li DD, Johnson RT, Lee A, Angkustsiri K, Rogers SJ, Amaral DG, Nordahl
CW. Functional Connectivity of the Amygdala in 2- to 5-Year-Old Children with Autism
Spectrum Disorder. International Meeting for Autism Research, San Sebastian, Spain,
May.
2013 Johnson RT, Nordahl CW, Yeatman JD, Wandell B, Amaral DG. Diffusion-tensor
properties along the major white-matter fiber bundles in typically developing children
between 2 and 5 years old. Organization for Human Brain Mapping, Seattle,
Washington, June.
2013 Department of IPN Neuroscience Fall Seminar Series. Washington State University,
Pullman, WA. Neurophenotypes, Early Detection and Immune Models of Autism
Spectrum Disorder. September.
2013 11th Annual Pre-Medical and Pre-Health Professions National Conference, UC Davis,
Davis, CA. Recent Developments in Neurodevelopmental Disorders: Research
Updates in Autism and Fragile X Syndrome. October.
2013 IPRM 2013 Annual Research Symposium. Institute for Pediatric Regenerative
Medicine, Shriners Hospitals for Children, Davis, CA. Contribution of Neuroimaging to
the Understanding of Autism Spectrum Disorders. October.
2013 Miller JA, Bernard A, Nathanson J, Franjic D, Shim S, Dalley RA, Shapouri S, Smith
KA, Sunkin SM, Bennett JL, Lee CK, Hawrylycz MJ, Jones AR, Amaral DG, Šestan
N, Gage FH, Lein ES. Transcriptome analysis of postnatal development of rhesus
macaque hippocampus and identification of conserved molecular signatures of adult
dentate gyrus neurogenesis. Society for Neuroscience. San Diego, California,
November.
2013 Barger N, Luong L, Schumann CM, Amaral DG. Investigating age-related changes in
amygdala and hippocampus neuron number in autism. Society for Neuroscience. San
Diego, California, November.
2013 Johnson RT, Wu Nordahl C, Yeatman JD, Wandell BA, Rogers SJ, Amaral DG.
Abnormalities along major white matter tracts in young children with autism spectrum
disorder. Society for Neuroscience. San Diego, California, November.
2014 Autism Spectrum Disorder Across the Lifespan, Massachusetts General Hospital
Academy, Boston, MA. Structural Neuroimaging in Autism. January.
2014 Regional Center of Orange County (RCOC), Santa Ana, CA. Recent Progress in
Understanding the Causes and Courses of Autism Spectrum Disorder. January.
2014 Annual Distinguished Lecture on Autism, Center for Autism and Related Disabilities,
University at Albany, Albany, NY. What Neuroimaging has Taught Us About the Brain
in Autism. February.
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2014 Annual Distinguished Lecture on Autism, Center for Autism and Related Disabilities,
University at Albany, Albany, NY. Neurobiological and Neuroimmune Strategies for
Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). February.
2014 Simons Foundation Lectures, Autism: Emerging Concepts, Simons Foundation, New
York, NY. Neuroimaging Contributions to the Understanding of Brain Development in
ASD. February.
2014 Autism Science Foundation 5th Anniversary Celebration, New York, NY. Why it Takes
Brains to Solve Autism. April.
2014 Pushing Translational Boundaries: Advances in Development, Neuroimmunology &
Mental Health Meeting, Rockville, MD. A Nonhuman Primate Model of Autoantibody
Related ASD. May.
2014 Johnson RT, Nordahl CW, Ota H, Kreutz A, Lee A, Rogers SJ, Amaral DG.
Disproportionate Megalencephaly: A Clinically Meaningful Neurophenotype in Autism
Spectrum Disorder. International Meeting for Autism Research, Atlanta, Georgia, May.
2014 Shen MD, Nordahl CW, Li DD, Lee A , Angkustsiri K, Ozonoff S, Rogers SJ, Amaral
DG. Elevated Extra-Axial Cerebrospinal Fluid in Toddlers with Autism Spectrum
Disorder. International Meeting for Autism Research, Atlanta, Georgia, May.
2014 Burrier R, Amaral DG, West P, Rogers SJ, Smith AM, Li DD, Ross M, Fontaine B,
Donley E. A Metabolic Profile of Autism Spectrum Disorder from Autism Phenome
Project Patient Plasma. International Meeting for Autism Research, Atlanta, Georgia,
May.
2014 Nordahl CW, Hoeft F, Ota H, Lee A, Rogers SJ, Ozonoff S, Amaral DG. Sex
Differences in Brain Structure of Preschool-Aged Children with Autism Spectrum
Disorder. International Meeting for Autism Research, Atlanta, Georgia, May.
Research Funding
A Novel, Transient Inactivation Technique for Studying the Primate Social Brain. NIMH.
07/01/2012 – 06/30/2014. $174,363 (Amaral D: Co-PI).
Efficacy of a Novel Neuroprotective Compound in Nonhuman Primate. NIH. R21 NS081487.
09/01/2012-08/31/2014. $159,966 (Amaral D: Co-Investigator).
Scientific Neuroimaging: sharing and transparency-Project 2. Simons Foundation.
294626DA. 07/01/13 -- 06/30/15. $83,387 (Amaral D: subcontract PI).
Functional Organization of The Hippocampal Formation. NINDS. 02/01/2011 – 01/31/2016.
$442,500 (Amaral D: PI).
Typical and Pathological Cellular Development of the Human Amygdala. NIH. 07/01/2011 –
06/30/2016. $298,765 (Schumann C: PI; Amaral D: Co-Investigator).
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Interdisciplinary Training for Autism Researchers. NIMH. T32 MH073124. 8/01/09 – 7/31/20.
$278,934 (Amaral D: Co-Director; Rogers S: PI).
Community Service
Chair, Ontario Genomics Institute Research Oversight Committee
Chair, Pre-IMFAR Early Career Workshop
Director, Autism BrainNet
Member, Hartwell Foundation Awards Selection Committee
Member, H.M. Steering Committee
Member, Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee
Member, Program Committee, International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR)
Member, National Mental Health Advisory Committee (Council, NIMH)
Member, Recruitment Advisory Committee for Director, California National Primate Research
Center
Member-at-Large, American Association for the Advancement of Science Section on
Neuroscience
Member, Editorial Board, Molecular Autism
Member, Editorial Board, Translational Neuroscience
Member, Editorial Board, Autism Research
Member, Editorial Board, Brain Structure and Function
Member, Editorial Board, Behavioral and Brain Functions
Member, Editorial Board, Hippocampus
Reviewer, Pennsylvania Department of Health Final Performance Review – 2008
Nonformula Grants
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Amy Barnhorst, M.D.
Journal Article
2013 Newman WJ, Xiong GL, Barnhorst AV. Beta-Blockers: Off-Label Use in Psychiatric
Disorders. Psychopharm Review. Oct; 48:73-80.
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Melissa D. Bauman, Ph.D.
Journal Article
2013 Bauman MD, Iosif AM, Ashwood P, Braunschweig D, Lee A, Schumann CM, Van de
Water, J and Amaral, DG. Maternal antibodies from mothers of children with autism
alter brain growth and social behavior development in the rhesus monkey.
Translational psychiatry. 3:e278.
2013 Bliss-Moreau E, Moadab G, Bauman MD, Amaral DG. The impact of early amygdala
damage on juvenile rhesus macaque social behavior. Journal of Cognitive
Neuroscience. 25:2124-2140.
2014 Bauman MD, Iosif AM, Smith SE, Bregere C, Amaral DG, Patterson PH. Activation of
the maternal immune system during pregnancy alters behavioral development of
rhesus monkey offspring. Biological psychiatry. 75:332-341.
2014 Hunsaker MR, Scott JA, Bauman MD, Schumann CM, Amaral DG. Postnatal
development of the hippocampus in the rhesus macaque (Macaca mulatta): A
longitudinal magnetic resonance imaging study. Hippocampus. 7:794-807.
Presentation
2014 Endogenous hyposociability in juvenile macaque monkeys: A novel nonhuman
primate model for autism treatment discovery, Society for Neuroscience; San Diego
CA.
2014 Neuroimmune models of neurodevelopmental disorders, International Society for
Behavioral Neuroscience; Red Rock, NV.
Research Funding
1R21NS081487 (Bauman, Pieper, Multi-PIs) to 9/19/14, NINDS, Efficacy of a Novel
Neuroprotective Compound in Nonhuman Primate. $275,000 Total Direct. The major goal of
this program is evaluate a novel neuroprotective compound in the rhesus monkey.
NARSAD Young Investigator Award (Bauman, PI), 1/15/13-1/14/15, Brain and Behavior
Research Foundation Prenatal Risk Factors for Schizophrenia. $60,000 Total Direct. The
major goal of this project is to evaluate brain neuropathology in a rhesus monkey model of
maternal immune activation.
UC Davis Research Investments in Sciences and Engineering (RISE) Award (McAllister, PI)
to 8/30/15. Interdisciplinary, Collaborative Analysis of Neuroimmune-Based Schizophrenia,
Role: Theme Leader – Nonhuman Primate Model. $860.000 Total Direct. The major goal of
this project is to integrate data from animal models and patient populations to evaluate the
role of gestational maternal immune activation as a risk factor for schizophrenia.
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Community Service
Reviewer, Brain, Behavior and Immunology
Reviewer, Genes, Brain and Behavior
Reviewer, Hormones and Behavior
Reviewer, Journal of Neuroscience
Reviewer, Neurotoxicology
Reviewer, PLoS One
Reviewer, Psychoneuroendocrinology
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Cameron S. Carter, M.D.
Journal Articles
2013
Paz-Alonso PM, Ghetti S, Ramsay I, Solomon M, Yoon J, Carter CS, Ragland JD.
Semantic processes leading to true and false memory formation in schizophrenia.
Schizophrenia Research 147(2-3): 320-5.
2013
Strauss ME, McLouth CJ, Barch DM, Carter CS, Gold JM, Luck SJ, Macdonald AW 3rd,
Ragland JD, Ranganath C, Keane BP, Silverstein SM. Temporal stability and moderating
effects of age and sex on CNTRaCS task performance. Schizophrenia Bulletin 40(4):
835-44.
2013
Ravizza SM, Solomon M, Ivry RB, Carter CS. Restricted and repetitive behaviors in
autism spectrum disorders: the relationship of attention and motor deficits. Development
and Psychopathology 25(3): 773-84.
2013
Solomon M, Yoon JH, Niendam TA, Ragland JD, Lesh TA, Fairbrother W, Carter CS.
The development of the neural substrates of cognitive control in adolescents with autism
spectrum disorders. Biological Psychiatry 76(5): 412-21.
2013
Salo R, Fassbender C, Iosif AM, Ursu S, Leamon MH, Carter CS. Predictors of
methamphetamine psychosis: history of ADHD-relevant childhood behaviors and drug
exposure. Psychiatry Research 210(2): 529-35.
2013
Tryon MS, Carter CS, Decant R, Laugero KD. Chronic stress exposure may affect the
brain’s response to high calorie food cues and predispose to obesogenic eating habits.
Physiology & Behavior 120: 233-42.
2013
Sheffield JM, Gold JM, Strauss ME, Carter CS, Macdonald AW 3rd, Ragland JD,
Silverstein SM, Barch DM. Common and specific cognitive deficits in schizophrenia:
relationships to function. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience 14(1): 161-74.
2013
Moore H, Geyer MA, Carter CS, Barch DM. Harnessing cognitive neuroscience to
develop new treatments for improving cognition in schizophrenia: CNTRICS selected
cognitive paradigms for animal models. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 37(9):
2087-91.
2013
Minzenberg MJ, Gomes GC, Yoon JH, Swaab TY, Carter CS. Disrupted action
monitoring in recent-onset psychosis patients with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging 221(1): 114-21.
2013
Carter CS, Bullmore ET, Harrison P. Is there a flame in the brain in psychosis?
Biological Psychiatry 75(4): 258-9.
2013
Niendam TA, Lesh TA, Yoon J, Westphal AJ, Hutchison N, Ragland JD, Solomon M,
Minzenberg M, Carter CS. Impaired context processing as a potential marker of
psychosis risk state. Psychiatry Research 221(1): 13-20.
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Swaab T, Boudewyn M, Long D, Luck S, Kring A, Ragland JD, Ranganath C, Lesh TA,
Niendam TA, Solomon M, Mangun GR, Carter CS. Spared and impaired spoken
discourse processing in schizophrenia: effects of local and global language context.
Journal of Neuroscience 33(39): 15578-87.
2013
Lesh TA, Westphal AJ, Niendam TA, Yoon JH, Minzenberg MJ, Ragland JD, Solomon
M, Carter CS. Proactive and reactive cognitive control and dorsolateral prefrontal cortex
dysfunction in first episode schizophrenia. Neuroimage: Clinical 2: 590-599.
2013
Pakyurek M, Yarnal R, Carter CS. Treatment of psychosis in children and adolescents: a
review. American Academy of Pediatrics. Adolescent Medicine: State of the Art Reviews.
Current Psychopharmacology for Psychiatric Disorders in Adolescents. August 2013,
Volume 24, Number 2.
2014
Fisher M, Loewy R, Carter CS, Lee A, Ragland JD, Niendam TA, Schlosser D, Pham L,
Miskovich T, Vinogradov S. Neuroplasticity-based auditory training via laptop computer
improves cognition in young individuals with recent onset schizophrenia. Schizophrenia
Bulletin.
2014
Fassbender C, Scangos K, Lesh TA, Carter CS. RT distributional analysis of cognitive
control-related brain activity in first episode schizophrenia. Cognitive, Affective &
Behavioral Neuroscience 14(1): 175-88.
2014
Caldwell JG, Krug MK, Carter CS, Minzenberg MJ. Cognitive control in the face of fear:
reduced cognitive-emotional flexibility in women with a history of child abuse. Journal of
Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma 23(5): 454-472.
2014
Minzenberg, MJ, Gomes GC, Yoon JH, Watrous AJ, Geng J, Firl AJ, Carter CS.
Modanifil augments oscillatory power in middle frequencies during rule selection.
Psychophysiology 51(6): 510-9.
Presentations
2013 Australasian Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting Keynote address Monash
University Melbourne, Australia “Cognitive Control and the PFC in Schizophrenia,”
November 28.
2013 Chair and Presenter, Mini Symposium American College of Neuropsychopharmacology
Hollywood, Florida “CNTRICS, CNTRACS and Beyond,” December 10.
2014 Ventura County Behavioral Health Annual Conference, “Prevention and Early Intervention
in Sacramento under MHSA: The SacEDAPT Program,” May 29.
2014 University of Illinois Beckman Institute Visiting Professor and Keynote, “Cognitive
Neuroscience at the Bedside,” March 18.
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Research Funding
“New Experimental Medicine Studies: Fast-Fail Trials in Psychotic Spectrum Disorders (FASTPS)”, HHSN-DA-12-242, 8/29/13-9/28/14, $1,429,138 Subcontract for Carter, Principal
Investigator.
“Cognitive Control and Language Impairments in Schizophrenia,” MH099327, 12/1/12-11/30/14,
$112,500, Co-Principal Investigator.
“Brain Mechanisms of Impaired Episodic Memory in Schizophrenia,” MH084895, 3/17/20102/28/2015, $225,000, Co-Investigator.
“UC Davis Alzheimer’s Disease Center Core,” P30 AG10129, 9/30/01-6/30/16, $982,081, Core
Leader, Co Principal Investigator. Dr. Carter joined this project 7/1/05 with the Successful
Renewal of this Center.
“2/5-Cognitive Neuroscience Task Reliability & Clinical Applications Consortium,” MH084826,
9/30/08-6/30/17, NCI, $186,245, Principal Investigator.
“Pathophysiology of Cognitive Disability in Schizophrenia,” MH059883, 3/15/00-3/31/18,
$340,557, Principal Investigator.
SacEDAPT Prevention and Early Intervention Contract, Sacramento County $640,000.
Community Service
Director, Schizophrenia Research and Education Program
Academic Adviser, Graduate Group in Clinical Research
Chair, Search Committee Center for Neuroscience/NPB
Chair, Search Committee Center for Neuroscience/Neurology Department
Chair, CTSC Resources Review Committee
Chair, Search Committee for Comparative Effectiveness Researcher, Department of Psychiatry
and Behavioral Sciences
Member, Program Committee Biannual International Early Psychosis Conference
Member, Alzheimer’s Disease Center Advisory Committee, Department of Neurology
Member, Internal Advisory Committee, BIRCH Scholars Program
Member, ACNP Honorific Awards Committee
Member, Basic Science Council
Member, Mentoring Academy Steering Committee
Member, Internal Advisory Committee, UC Davis Center for Mind and Brain
Member, UC Davis Campus Advisory Committee for the MIND Institute
Member, Scientific Advisory Committee Organization for Human Brain Mapping Annual Meeting
Member, Advocacy Group Committee, American College of Neuropsychopharmacology
Member, UCLA Center for Neurocognition and Emotion in Schizophrenia External Research
Advisory Panel
Member, Scientific Council, National Alliance for Research on Schizophrenia and Depression
(NARSAD)
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Member, Melbourne Neuropsychiatry Centre Scientific Advisory Committee
Member, Editorial Board, Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging
Member, Editorial Board, Neuropsychopharmacology
Deputy Editor, Biological Psychiatry
Associate Editor, American Journal of Psychiatry
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Jacqueline N. Crawley, Ph.D.
Journal Articles
2013 Silverman JL, Gastrell PT, Karras MN, Solomon M, Crawley JN: Cognitive abilities on
transitive inference using a novel touchscreen technology for mice. Cerebral Cortex,
November.
2013 Yang M, Loureiro D, Kalikhman D, Crawley JN: Male mice emit distinct ultrasonic
vocalizations when the female leaves the social interaction arena. Frontiers in
Behavioral Neuroscience, 7:159:1-13, November.
2014 Brielmaier J, Senerth JM, Silverman JL, Matteson PG, Millonig JH, DiCiccio-Bloom E,
Crawley JN: Chronic desipramine treatment rescues depression-related, social and
cognitive deficits in Engrailed-2 knockout mice. Genes, Brain and Behavior 13: 286298, March.
2014 Kas MJ, Glennon JC, Buitelaar J, Ey E, Biemans B, Crawley JN, Ring RH,
Lajonchere C, Esclassan F, Talpos J, Noldus LP, Burbach JP, Steckler T: Assessing
behavioural and cognitive domains of autism spectrum disorders in rodents: current
status and future perspectives. Psychopharmacology 231: 1125-1146, March.
2014 Portmann T, Yang M, Mao R, Panagiotakos G, Ellegood J, Dolen G, Bader PL,
Grueter BA, Goold C, Fisher E, Clifford K, Rengarajan P, Kalikhman D, Loureiro D,
Saw NL, Zhengqui Z, Miller MA, Lerch JP, Henkelman RM, Shamloo M, Malenka RC,
Crawley JN, Dolmetsch RE: Behavioral abnormalities and circuit defects in the basal
ganglia of a mouse model of 16p11.2 deletion syndrome. Cell Reports S22111247(14)00214-9, May.
Abstracts and Presentations
2013 Genentech Neuroscience Seminar, South San Francisco, CA, “Mouse models of
autism to test hypotheses about causes and to discover therapeutics,” October 15.
2013 Society for Neuroscience annual meeting, Silverman et al. poster on touchscreen
transitive inference, San Diego, CA, November 9-13.
2013 Society for Neuroscience annual meeting, Yang et al. poster on three phase ultrasonic
vocalizations, San Diego, CA, November 9-13.
2013 Flash talk to UC Davis Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences clinical
residents, applicants for research clinical residency, December 4.
2014 Neuroscience Graduate Program Seminar Series, University of California San
Francisco, San Francisco, CA, “Mouse models of autism to test hypotheses and
develop treatments,” January 17.
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2014 MIND Institute Research Seminar Series, UC Davis, Sacramento, CA, “Introduction to
Preclinical Autism Consortium for Therapeutics,” January 24.
2014 University of California Irvine Autism Symposium lecture, “Mouse models of autism to
test hypotheses and discover treatments,” April 9.
2014 International Meeting for Autism Research, Atlanta, GA, “Preclinical Autism
Consortium for Therapeutics,” April 30.
2014 Simons Foundation Autism Research Initiative, 16p11.2 Workshop lecture,
“Behavioral phenotypes of 16p11.2 deletion mice,” June 13.
Research Funding
Simons Foundation SFARI #204340JC. 3/1/2012 – 2/28/2015. $200,000 directs to Co-PI
Crawley lab. 1.8 calendar months. 16p11.2 Deletion Mice: Autism-Relevant Phenotypes and
Treatment Discovery. PI Ricardo Dolmetsch, Stanford University. Co-PI Jacqueline Crawley,
Key Personnel Mu Yang. Our role in this project is the investigation of behavioral phenotypes
of 16p11.2 deletion mice, as a genetic mouse model of autism spectrum disorder.
Autism Speaks Targeted Proposal #8703. 8/1/2013-7/31/2015. $365,261 directs to Crawley
lab. 4.0 calendar months. Preclinical Autism Consortium for Therapeutics (PACT). CoPrincipal Investigators: Jacqueline Crawley, Richard Paylor, Baylor College of Medicine,
Mustafa Sahin, Childrens Hospital/Harvard Medical School, Key Personnel: Jill Silverman.
Our role in this consortium is to conduct rigorous assays for autism-relevant behaviors in
genetic mouse models of autism spectrum disorder. The genetic mutant mouse models to be
tested for reproducibility of behavioral phenotypes are Shank3, Cntnap2, Frm1, and Pten.
The behaviors to be tested focus on diagnostic symptoms of autism, including social
interactions, ultrasonic vocalizations, and repetitive behaviors. The future direction for
continuation of this grant is expected to focus on evaluation of pharmacological interventions.
Simons Foundation 2012 SFARI #201223539. 3/1/2013 – 2/28/2016. $75,579 directs to CoPI Crawley lab. 0.6 calendar months. Characterization of brain and behavior in 7q11.23
duplication syndrome. PI Lucy Osborne, University of Toronto; Co-PI Jacqueline Crawley;
Key Personnel Mu Yang. Our role in this project is the investigation of behavioral phenotypes
of 7q11.23 duplication mice, as a genetic mouse model of autism spectrum disorder.
CounterAct Center NINDS 1U54NS079202-01. 9/1/2012 – 8/31/17. $31,500 directs to CoInvestigator Crawley lab. 0.6 calendar months. Novel anticonvulsant and neuroprotective
therapies for TETS and OP intoxication. PI Pamela Lein, University of California Davis
School of Veterinary Medicine, Co-Investigator Jacqueline Crawley; Key Personnel Jill
Silverman. Our role in this project is the evaluation of long-lasting effects of seizure-inducing
environmental toxins on cognitive, anxiety-related and depression-related behaviors in mice
and rats.
NIH U54. 9/1/2013-8/1/2018. $91,635 directs to Core Co-Director Crawley mouse
component. 0.6 calendar months (NIH). Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Research
Center, Rodent Behavior Core. PI: Leonard Abbeduto, Director, MIND Institute, University of
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California Davis School of Medicine. Our role in this Center proposal is to develop the
Rodent Behavior Core facility and direct the mouse component of a rodent behavioral core
facility. Co-Director Robert Berman at UC Davis will develop and direct the rat component of
the rodent behavioral core facility. Key Personnel Jill Silverman will serve as the Core
Manager.
1R01NS085709. Multiple Principal Investigator Crawley. 9/1/2013-8/31/2018. $143,950
directs to Crawley lab. 2.4 calendar months. Convergent Synaptic Mechanisms in
Neurodevelopmental Disorders. Co-Principal Investigators Jacqueline Crawley, Christine
Gall (UCI) and Gary Lynch (UCI). Our role in the proposed research is to conduct cognitive
behavioral tests with four genetic mouse models of neurodevelopmental disorders with
intellectual disabilities: Fmr1, Mecp2, Ube3a, and Ts65Dn.
Community Service
Ad hoc member, NIH Study Section, Developmental Brain Disorders, Feb 20-21, 2014
Ad hoc member, NIH Special Emphasis Panel study section, June 9-10, 2014
Co-Chair, International Meeting for Autism Research Program Committee, IMFAR 2015
Core E Director, IDDRC Executive Committee, MIND Institute
Internal reviewer for Marjorie Solomon’s RO1 grant proposal, as requested by Sally Ozonoff,
February 5, 2014
Internal reviewer for Ruth Weir's K99 grant proposal, as requested by Sally Ozonoff, May 12,
2014
Member, Awards Committee, International Behavioural and Neural Genetics Society
Member, Brain Canada Neurodevelopmental Research Program grant review panel, July 17,
2013
Member, Editorial Board, Autism Research
Member, Editorial Board, Annali dell’Istituto Superiore di Sanità
Member, Editorial Board, Behavioural Brain Research
Member, Editorial Board, Brain Plasticity
Member, Editorial Board, Current Psychiatry Reviews
Member, Editorial Board, Drug Discovery Today: Disease Mechanisms
Member, Editorial Board, Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience
Member, Editorial Board, Genes, Brain and Behavior
Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Molecular Neuroscience
Member, Editorial Board, Open Journal of Neuroscience
Member, Editorial Board, Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior
Member, Editorial Board, The Open Pharmacology Journal
Member, Editorial Board, Reviews in the Neurosciences
Member, Editorial Board, Trends in Pharmacological Sciences
Member, Executive Committee, MIND Institute
Member, External Advisory Committee, European Union – EU-AIMS Autism Initiative
Member, External Advisory Committee, NIH Knockout Mouse Project Phase 2, International
Mouse Phenotyping Consortium
Member, External Scientific Advisory Committee, Rodent Behavioral Core Facility, Childrens’
Hospital, Harvard University
Member, External Scientific Advisory Committee, Rodent Behavioral Core Facility, Stanford
University
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Member, External Scientific Advisory Committee, Rodent Behavioral Core Facility, Gladstone
Institute, University of California San Francisco
Member, review panel, Brain and Behavior Research Foundation NARSAD Young
Investigators proposals, Distinguished Investigator proposals, September 2013
Member, Scientific Council, National Alliance for Research on Schizophrenia and Depression
(NARSAD; Brain and Behavior Research Foundation)
Mentor of record for:
Jill Silverman, Ph.D., Assistant Adjunct Professor
Mu Yang, Ph.D., Assistant Adjunct Professor
Tatiana Kazdoba, Ph.D., MIND Institute Autism Research Training Program postdoctoral
fellow
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Richard A. Cross, MD
Community Service
Member, Clinical Competency Committee, ACGME Next Accreditation System
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Nathan Fairman, M.D., M.P.H.
Journal Articles
2013 Fairman N, Irwin SA. Palliative care psychiatry: update on an emerging dimension of
psychiatric practice. Curr Psychiatry Rep;15(7):374-82.
2013 Irwin SA, Mausbach BT, Koo D, Fairman N, Roepke-Buehler SK, Chattillion EA,
Dimsdale JE, Patterson TL, Ancoli-Israel S, Mills PJ, von Kanel R, Ziegler MG, Grant
I. Association between hospice care and psychological outcomes in Alzheimer’s
spousal caregivers. J Palliat Med;16(11):1450-4.
Abstracts and Presentations
2013 Fairman N. Facilitating the Family Meeting in Palliative Care. UC Davis Medical
Center, Department of Social Services Grand Rounds, Sacramento CA. October.
2013 Anderson W, Puntillo K, Barbour S, Boyle D, Cain J, Cimino J, Fairman N, Ferrell B,
Grywalski M, Herman H, Joseph D, Liao S, MacMillan J, Meyer J, Milic M, Mitchell W,
Moore E, Noort J, O’Neil-Page E, Pearson D, Turner K, and Pantilat S. The IMPACTICU Project: Expanding Palliative Care Nursing across University of California ICUs.
Center to Advance Palliative Care National Seminar, Dallas, TX. Poster Presentation.
November.
2014 Kirk T, Fairman N. “Aligning Ethics and Evidence in the Distinction Between
‘Suicidality’ and ‘Desire for Hastened Death’ in Hospice Patients.” American
Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, New York, NY. Plenary Presentation. May.
Other Media
2014 Fairman N, Irwin SA. Attending to the “mental suffering” of patients with progressive
medical illness. Psychiatric Times. March 17.
Community Service
Member, Bioethics Curriculum Committee, UC Davis School of Medicine
Member, Doctoring Programs Steering Committee, UC Davis School of Medicine
Member, MS3 Instructor of Record Committee, UC Davis School of Medicine
Member, Palliative Care Committee, UC Davis Health System
Member, Professionalism Improvement Committee, UC Davis School of Medicine
Member, Supportive Oncology Committee, UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center
Member, Teams for Professionalism, Ethics, and Cultural Enrichment (Team PEACE)
Committee, UC Davis School of Medicine
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Jessica Ferranti, M.D.
Journal Articles
2013 Ferranti J, McDermott B, Scott CL, Characteristics of female homicide offenders
found not guilty by reason of insanity, J. Acad Psychiatry and the Law. 41(4):516-22.
Presentations
2014 Ferranti J, Characteristics of Human Trafficking Offenders, instructor for
Neuroscience and the Law 2014 webinar series for the California District Attorneys
Association, live broadcast on May 3.
2014 Ferranti J, Religious Delusions, Psychosis and Violence, scientific paper presentation
at the Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law in
Chicago, Illinois on October 23.
Community Service
Chair, National Committee on Forensic Training in General Psychiatry Programs, American
Academy of Psychiatry and the Law (AAPL)
Councilor, American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law (AAPL)
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Beth L. Goodlin-Jones, Ph.D.
Journal Article
2014 Angkustsiri K, Goodlin-Jones B, Deprey L, Brahmbhatt K, Harris S, and Simon T.
Social Impairments in Chromosome 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome (22q11.2DS): Autism
Spectrum Disorder or a Different Endophenotype? Journal of Autism and
Developmental Disorders, Vol. 44(4):739-46.
Community Service
Board Member, Marshall Hospital Health Services, Placerville, CA
Member, Research Space Advisory Committee, UC Davis School of Medicine
Reviewer, Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry
Reviewer, Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics
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Robert E. Hales, M.D., M.B.A.
Books
2014 Hales RE, Yudofsky SC, Weiss Roberts L. The American Psychiatric Publishing
Textbook of Psychiatry, Sixth Edition, American Psychiatric Publishing, Washington,
DC.
Book Chapters
2013 Yudofsky SC, Hales RE. Neuropsychiatry: Back to the Future in JH Shore (ed)
The American College of Psychiatrists 50th Anniversary: 50 Years 1963-2013, Past,
Present, and Future, pp.179-189.
2014 Yudofsky SC, Hales RE. Case 17.7 Suddenly Rebellious in Barnhill JW (ed) DSM-5
Clinical Cases, American Psychiatric Publishing, Washington, DC, pp. 292-295.
2014 Arciniegas DB, Yudofsky SC, Hales RE (eds). Neurocognitive Disorders in Gabbard
GO (ed) Treatment of Psychiatric Disorders, DSM-Edition, Fifth Edition, American
Psychiatric Publishing, Washington, DC, pp. 947-995.
Presentations
2013 Symposium Co-Chair and Organizer: Eighth Annual UC Davis Conference on Psychotic
Disorders. Co-sponsored by the UC Davis Health System Department of Psychiatry and
Office of Continuing Medical Education, Sacramento, CA. September.
2013 Presenter, “Overview of DSM-5,” Eighth Annual UC Davis Conference on Psychotic
Disorders. Co-sponsored by the UC Davis Health System Department of Psychiatry and
Office of Continuing Medical Education, Sacramento, CA. September.
Community Service
Editor-in-Chief, Books, American Psychiatric Publishing
Chair, Editorial Board, American Psychiatric Publishing
Co-Chair, Strategy Champion Workgroup (Goal 6)
Course Director, Annual Psychosis Program, Co-sponsored by the Department of
Psychiatry and the Office of Continuing Medical Education
Deputy Editor, Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences
Vice Chair and Chair, Practice Management Board, UC Davis Health System
Vice Chair and Member, Practice Management Board Executive Committee, UC Davis
Health System
Member, Council of Chairs, UC Davis Health System
Member, Dean’s Leadership Council, UC Davis Health System
Member, Educational Advisory Committee, UC Davis Health System
Member, Medical Staff Executive Committee, UC Davis Health System
Member, MIND Institute Board of Directors, UC Davis Health System
Member, Quality Improvement Committee, Department of Psychiatry
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Member, UC Davis-VA Northern California Strategic Planning Committee
County of Sacramento
Chair, Medication Management Committee, Mental Health Division, Department of Health
and Human Services, County of Sacramento
Chair, Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee, County of Sacramento
Member, Executive Management Team, Mental Health Division, Department of Health an
Human Services, County of Sacramento
Member, Quality Improvement Committee, County of Sacramento
Other
Reviewer, Academic Psychiatry
Reviewer, American Journal of Psychiatry
Reviewer, Archives of General Psychiatry
Reviewer, Psychiatric Services
Reviewer, The New England Journal of Medicine
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Jaesu Han, M.D.
Abstracts and Presentations
2014 Raney L, Vanderlip E, Han J, Chwastiak L, McCarron R, Rado J, Ward, M. Primary
Care Skills for Psychiatrists: Smoking Cessation. American Psychiatric Association
Annual Meeting. New York City, NY (Workshop)
2014 DSM 5: Anxiety Disorders. UC Davis, Dept of Psychiatry Grand Rounds.
Sacramento, CA
Community Service
Medical Director, UC Davis-affiliated Willow Clinic
Member, UC Davis School of Medicine Admissions Selection Committee
Consultant, Medical Board of California
Reviewer, American Family Physician
Reviewer, Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved
Council Member, Association of Medicine and Psychiatry
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David Hessl, Ph.D.
Journal Articles
2013 Cohen S, Masyn K, Mastergeorge A, Hessl D. Psychophysiological responses to
emotional stimuli in children and adolescents with autism and fragile X syndrome.
Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology. Epub ahead of print.
2013 Schneider A, Leigh MJ, Adams P, Nanakul R, Chechi T, Olichney J, Hagerman RJ,
Hessl D. Electrocortical changes associated with minocycline treatment in fragile X
syndrome. Journal of Psychopharmacology, 27(10), 965-963.
2013 Berry-Kravis E, Hessl D, Abbeduto L, Reiss AL, Beckel-Michener A, Urv TK. Outcome
measures for clinical trials in fragile X syndrome. Journal of Developmental and
Behavioral Pediatrics, 34(7) 508-522.
2013 Schneider A, Seritan A, Tassone F, Rivera S, Hagerman RJ, Hessl D. Psychiatric
features in high-functioning adult brothers with fragile X spectrum disorders. The
Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders, 15(2).
2013 Wadell PM, Hagerman RJ, Hessl D. Fragile X syndrome: Psychiatric manifestations,
assessment, and emerging therapies. Current Psychiatry Reviews, 9: 53-58.
2014 Russo-Ponsaran N, Yesensky J, Hessl D, Berry-Kravis E. Feasibility, reproducibility,
and clinical validity of the Pediatric Anxiety Rating Scale – Revised for fragile X
syndrome. American Journal on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, 119(1), 116.
2014 Loesch DZ, Bui MQ, Hammersley E, Schneider A, Storey E, Stimpson P, Burgess T,
Francis D, Slater H, Tassone F, Hagerman RJ, Hessl D. Psychological status in
female carriers of premutation FMR1 allele showing a complex relationship with the
size of CGG expansion. Clinical Genetics. Epub ahead of print.
2014 Wheeler A, Raspa M, Bann C, Bishop E, Hessl D, Sacco P, Bailey D. Anxiety,
attention problems, hyperactivity, and the Aberrant Behavior Checklist in fragile X
syndrome. American Journal of Medical Genetics Part A, 164A, 141-155.
Presentation
2014 Hessl D. Cognitive outcome measures in fragile X syndrome: Limitations, solutions
and future plans. Gordon Research Conference on Fragile X Syndrome and AutismRelated Conditions. June 1-6, Mount Snow, Vermont.
Research Funding
Extending Autism Behavioral Intervention to Young Children with Fragile X Syndrome,
National Fragile X Foundation, $50,000, 2012-2013, Principal Investigator
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Treatment of Fragile X Syndrome with a Neuroactive Steroid, Department of Defense,
$3,018,652, 2011-2014, Co-Principal Investigator.
Cognitive Training for Fragile X Syndrome, The John Merck Fund: Developmental Disabilities
Translational Research Grant, $1,000,000, 2013-2016, Principal Investigator.
Trajectories and Markers of Neurodegeneration in Fragile X Premutation Carriers, NIMH 2R01MH078041-06, $2,970,846, 2013-2018, Co-Equal Principal Investigator.
Community Service
Member, Clinical Trials Committee, National Fragile X Foundation
Member, Committee on Research, UC Davis
Member, Committee on Student Progress, UC Davis School of Medicine
Member, Executive Council, National Fragile X Foundation
Member, Research and Clinical Advisory Board, National Fragile X Foundation
Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Neurodevelopmental Disorders
Reviewer, Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica
Reviewer, American Journal on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Reviewer, American Journal of Medical Genetics
Reviewer, American Journal on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Reviewer, American Journal of Psychiatry
Reviewer, Annals of Neurology
Reviewer, Behavior Genetics
Reviewer, Biological Psychiatry
Reviewer, Child Development
Reviewer, Development and Psychopathology
Reviewer, International Journal of Psychophysiology
Reviewer, Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders
Reviewer, Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry
Reviewer, Journal of Intellectual Disability Research
Reviewer, Neuropsychology
Reviewer, Pediatrics
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Ladson Hinton, M.D.
Journal Articles
2013 Apesoa-Varano C, Hinton L. The Promise of Mixed-Methods for Advancing Latino
Health Research Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology. Journal of Cross-Cultural
Gerontology. September 28:267–282.
2013 Lewis-Fernández R, Raggio GA, Gorritz M, Duan N, Marcus S, Cabassa LJ,
Humensky J, Becker AE, Alarcón RD, Oquendo MA, Hansen H, Like RC, Weiss M,
Desai PN, Jacobsen FM, Foulks EF, Primm A, Lu F, Kopelowicz A, Hinton L, Hinton
D. GAP-REACH: A Checklist to Assess Comprehensive Reporting of Race, Ethnicity,
and Culture in Psychiatric Publications. J Nerv Ment Dis. Oct; 201(10):860-71.
2014 Meyer OL, Geller S, He E, Gonzalez HM, Hinton L. Acculturation and depressive
symptoms in latino caregivers of cognitively impaired older adults. Int Psychogeriatr.
Apr 9:1-10.
2014 Shah R, Franks P, Jerant A, Feldman M, Duberstein P, Y Garcia EF, Hinton L,
Strohecker L, Kravitz RL. The effect of targeted and tailored patient depression
engagement interventions on clinician inquiry about suicidal thoughts: a randomized
control trial, J Gen Intern Med. Apr 8.
Research Funding
Archstone Foundation (Hinton, PI), 7/1/13-8/31/14. Consultant-Late Life Depression. The
goal of this grant is to conduct a comprehensive review of services and interventions for late
life depression and to identify funding priorities for the Archstone Foundation.
NIA 1P30 AG043097-01 (Hinton, PI), 07/01/12-06/30/16. Center to Advance Cognitive
Health and Healthcare in Older Latinos. This Center aims to reduce ethnic and racial
disparities related to cognitive health and healthcare in Latinos through a well-integrated,
interdisciplinary, and inter-professional mentoring program for diverse investigators who will
conduct pilot projects. Building on institutional and programmatic strengths, the UC Davis
RCMAR will focus on Latinos, particularly those of Mexican origin.
NIMH 1R34 1R-34MH099296 (Hinton, PI), 07/01/13-06/30/16. A Family-based Primary Care
Intervention to Enhance Older Men's Depression Care. The goal of this project is to develop
a family-based depression intervention for English and Spanish-speaking older men in
primary care settings. The project builds directly on prior funded research demonstrating
disparities in depression care for older men and the importance of family involvement.
NIA 5P30 AG010129-22 (DeCarli PI; Hinton, Co-PI), 07/01/14-06/30/16. Core—Education
and Information Transfer. The overall goal of the Education and Information Transfer Core
(EITC) is to support the research mission of the UC Davis Alzheimer’s Disease Center (UCD
ADC) and to engage and educate the lay and professional communities on Alzheimer’s
disease (AD).
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Community Service
Chair, USC Distinguished Scholars Advisory Board, Roybal Institute on Aging
Member, Diversity and Inclusion Committee, Northern California Alzheimer’s Association
Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology
Member, Editorial Board, Alzheimer’s Disease and Associated Disorders
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Robert Horst, M.D.
Journal Articles
2013 Stein JA, Althoff R, Anders T, Davison Y, Edwards S, Frosch E, Horst RO, et.al. Does
Early Mentorship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Make a Difference? The
Klingenstein Third-Generation Foundation Medical Student Fellowship Program.
Academic Psychiatry, 37:5, September-October.
Grant Funding
Grant 09-000212, $12,000. 05/01/09 to present. The Klingenstein Third Generation
Foundation Fellowship Program in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, UC Davis Health
System Role: Principal Investigator.
Community Service
Program Director, The Klingenstein Third Generation Foundation Fellowship Program in
Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, UC Davis Health System
Member, Child Training and Education Committee, UC Davis Child Psychiatry Residency
Program, UC Davis School of Medicine
Member, American Psychiatric Association
Member, American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Member, Central California Psychiatric Society
Member, Central California Regional Organization of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Member, Child and Family Mental Health Management Team, Sacramento County
Member, Sacramento County Management Team
Member, Juvenile Health and Mental Health – Delinquency Sub-committee, Sacramento
County
Member, Juvenile Health and Mental Health – Dependency Sub-committee, Sacramento
County
Member, Quality Improvement Committee, Sacramento County
Member, Sacramento County Child and Family Services Unit
Member, Sacramento County Credentialing Committee
Member, Sacramento County Medication Monitoring Committee (7/2011 – present)
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Lee Jones, M.D.
Community Service
Member, Dean's LGBTQI Advisory Council, University of California, Davis School of
Medicine
Member, Discrimination Case Management Team, University of California, Davis
Member, Faculty Search Committee, Emergency Medicine Department, University of
California, Davis School of Medicine
Member, GSA Certificate Program Advisory Group, Association of American Medical
Colleges
Member, Holistic Review Site Team (Admissions), Medical College of Wisconsin, Association
of American Medical Colleges
Member, M.D. – M.B.A. Planning Group, University of California, Davis School of Medicine
Member, National Admissions Committee, Association of American Medical Colleges
Member, Police Accountability Board, University of California, Davis
Member, Provisional Survey Visit Team, Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME),
University of South Carolina School of Medicine, Greenville
Member, Sexual Harassment Committee, University of California, Davis
Vice Chair, Group on Student Affairs, National Steering Committee, Association of American
Medical Colleges
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Laura E. Kenkel, M.D.
Community Service
Member, Psychiatry Clerkship Site Director’s Committee, as site director for MS3 rotations
at SCMHTC.
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Alan Koike, M.D., M.S.H.S.
Community Service
Member, Adult Psychiatry Recruitment Selection Committee, Department of Psychiatry and
Behavioral Sciences, University of California, Davis, Medical Center
Member, Educational Policy Committee, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences,
University of California, Davis, Medical Center
Member, Student Progress Committee, UC Davis School of Medicine
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Russell F. Lim, M.D., M.Ed.
Newsletter Articles
2013 Lim RF: From the Experts: What’s New in DSM-5 on Cultural Psychiatry, Psychiatric
News, July 17.
2013 Lim RF: What’s New in DSM-5 on Cultural Psychiatry, AACP Newsletter, October.
Book Chapters
2013 Lim RF: Insomnia and physical complaints, in DSM-5 Casebook, edited by Barnhill
JW, Arlington, VA, APPI.
Abstracts and Presentations
2013 “Culturally Appropriate Assessment Revealed: The DSM-IV-TR Outline for Cultural
Formulation and Cultural Formulation Interview Demonstrated with Videotaped Case
Vignettes,” IPS, Philadelphia, PA, 65, October.
2014 The DSM-5 Outline for Cultural Formulation and Cultural Formulation Interview:
Teaching and Assessing Methods of Eliciting and Incorporating Sociocultural Issues in
Clinical Care, AADPRT Annual Meeting, Tuscon, AZ, March.
2014 “The DSM-5 Cultural Formulation Interview (CFI) Illustrated: Videotaped Case
Vignettes That Demonstrate the CFI’s Use in Culturally Appropriate Assessment,”
CME course, 167th APA Annual Meeting, New York, NY, May.
2014 “You Can't Go Home Again: Issues in Long Term Care of Geriatric Asian Americans,”
Workshop, 167th APA Annual Meeting, New York, NY, May.
Community Service
Member, Board of Directors, American Association of Community Psychiatrists
Member, Credentials and Privileging Committee, University of California, Davis Health
System
Member, Editorial Board, Community Mental Health Journal
North America Section Editor, International Journal of Mental Health and Culture
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Robert McCarron, D.O.
Journal Articles
2013 McCarron RM. The DSM-5 and The Art of Medicine: Certainly Uncertain. Annals of
Internal Medicine. Vol. 155, Number 5.
2014 Gibson M, McCarron RM. Treatment of chronic pain with psychotropic medications.
Psychopharm Review. Vol 40 No. 1, January.
2014 Cowley D, Dunaway K, Folstein M, Frosch E, Han J, Joseph R, McCarron RM,
Ratzliff A, Solomon B, Unutzer J. Teaching Psychiatry Residents to Work at the
Interface of Mental Health and Primary Care. Academic Psychiatry. April 15.
2014 McCarron RM. From the Experts: Cross-Specialty Education Key to Psychiatric
Patients’ Health. April 29. Psychiatric News.
psychnews.psychiatryonline.org/newsArticle.aspx?articleid=1867327.
2014 Vanderlip E, Chwastiak L, McCarron RM. Non-Fasting Screening for Cardiovascular
Risk in Populations with Severe Mental Illness TakingSecond-Generation
Antipsychotic. Psychiatric Services. Vol 65 Number 5. May.
2014 Frankel S, Bourgeois J, Xiong, G, McCarron RM, Han J, Erdberg P. Original
Research Reports: The Medical-Psychiatric Coordinating Physician–Led Model:
Team-Based Treatment for Complex Patients. Psychosomatics, June.
Book Chapters
2014 McCarron RM, Rivelli, S, O’Brien V, Onate J. Training the Next Generation of
Psychiatrists in Integrated Medical–Psychiatric Care. Summergrad, P, Kathol, R (eds.)
Integrated Care in Psychiatry. Springer Publishing, May.
Abstracts and Presentations
2013 Xiong GL, Iosif AM, Phillips L, Patron D, Yu A, Han J, Onate J, Suo S, McCarron RM.
Understanding and Overcoming Barriers to Use of Preventive Screening Services in
Persons with Schizophrenia. Poster Presentation at the Association of Medicine and
Psychiatry Annual Meeting 2013, Chicago, IL, October.
2014 McCarron RM. How to do a psychiatric interview using AMPS. American Academy of
Pain Medicine Annual Meeting, Phoenix AZ, April.
2014 McCarron RM. An overview on somatic symptoms disorders – diagnosis and
treatment. American Academy of Pain Medicine Annual Meeting, Phoenix AZ, April.
2014 McCarron RM, Rivelli S, Gagliardi J, Sheth S. Medical Mysteries and Practical MedPsych Updates: Is It “Medical”, “Psychiatric” Or A Little Of Both? American Psychiatric
Association Annual Meeting – Advances in Medicine, New York, NY, May.
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2014 McCarron RM. Unexplained physical complaints and psychiatric pain generators.
Extension of Community Healthcare Outcomes (ECHO). University of California,
Davis, Division of Pain Medicine, Sacramento CA, June.
2014 McCarron RM. Mood disorders and chronic pain. Extension of Community Healthcare
Outcomes (ECHO). University of California, Davis, Division of Pain Medicine,
Sacramento CA, June.
Grant Funding
McCarron RM (PI – 2009-14), California Office of Statewide Health Planning and
Development. Mental Health Services Act / Workforce Training and Education. Integrated
Medicine and Psychiatry Ambulatory Residency Training (IMPART). Award amount:
$2,523,523.00, (RFP# 08-78063-000).
Fishman S (PI), McCarron RM, (Co-investigator and educator), California Healthcare
Foundation Extension of Community Healthcare Outcomes (ECHO) Provide weekly telementoring and training of rural primary care networks in pain management. $698,000.00
(2013-2015).
Lieberman J (PI), Carter C, Maddock R (Co-PIs), McCarron RM (Co-investigator): Validation
study of magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS) and functional magnetic resonance
imaging (fMRI) for detection of Ketamine effects on Glutamatergic function in healthy
volunteers. Supported by NIMH – HHSN2712012000007. $240,552 (2014 2015).
McCarron RM (PI), Servis M, Keenan C, Aguilar-Gaxiola S (Co-PIs): California Office of
Statewide Planning and Development, Mental Health Services Act – Workforce, Education
and Training. Education Capacity – Psychiatrists RFP # 14-5017. Integrated Medicine and
Psychiatry Ambulatory Residency Training (IMPART) Preventive Public Psychiatry (P3).
$1,350,000.00 (2014-2017 – awarded in May 2014).
Yellowlees P (PI), Hilty DM (Co-PI), McCarron RM (Co-investigator): A controlled trial of
patient-centered telepsychiatry interventions, AHRQ #1R01HS021477. Comparing
synchronous and asynchronous telepsychiatry (based in the primary care setting).
$2,499,500 (2013-18)
Community Service
CCPS Representative Member, Organized Psychiatry in California (OPIC) Committee –
California Psychiatric Association
Chair, California Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting Planning Committee
Chair, Integrated Care Committee, California Psychiatric Association
Founding Co-chair, American Association of Directors of Psychiatric Residency Training
(AADPRT) Combined Psychiatric Residency Training Director Caucus
Member, Admissions Committee, UC Davis School of Medicine
Member, American Psychiatric Association Practice Guidelines Committee (Area 6
Representative)
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Member, Annual Planning Committee, American Psychiatric Association
Member of the Assembly, American Psychiatric Association
Member, Council on Quality Care, American Psychiatric Association
Member, Council, California Psychiatric Association
Member, Executive Council, Past President, Association of Medicine and Psychiatry
Member, Executive Council, Past President, Central California Psychiatric Society (CCPS)
Department Editor (Med/Psych), Current Psychiatry
Associate Editor, Primary Care Companion to the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry
Reviewer, Journal of General Internal Medicine
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Barbara E. McDermott, Ph.D.
Journal Articles
2013 Ferranti J, McDermott BE, Scott CL: Delusions, gender and homicide: Clinical and
criminal characteristics of women homicide offenders found not guilty by reason of
insanity. Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, 41: 516-522.
2014 McDermott BE, Holoyda BJ: Assessment of aggression in inpatient settings. CNS
Spectrums. Epub ahead of print, June.
Abstracts and Presentations
2013 Scott CL, McDermott BE: Psychological Testing of Feigned Psychosis: Test and
Testify. Proc. Am. Psych. Law.
2013 Scott CL, McDermott BE: Psychological Testing of Claimed Amnesia: A Guide to
Remember. Proc. Am. Psych. Law.
2013 McDermott BE: San Mateo Grand Rounds, Violence assessments in inpatient and
outpatient settings. November 12.
Community Service
Member, Editorial Board, Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law
Member, Napa State Hospital, Forensic Training Committee
Member, Napa State Hospital, Forensic Quality Review Panel
Member, Napa State Hospital, Quality Council
Member, Napa State Hospital, Research Advisory Committee
Member, Napa State Hospital, Violence Reduction Committee
Member, UC Davis Institutional Review Board
Reviewer, Journal of Affective Disorders
Reviewer, Bipolar Disorders
Reviewer, Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychiatry
Reviewer, Journal of Clinical Psychiatry
Reviewer, Schizophrenia Research
Reviewer, Assessment
Reviewer, Criminal Justice and Behavior
Reviewer, Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings
Reviewer, Psychological Assessment
Reviewer, International Journal of Forensic Mental Health
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William Newman, M.D.
Journal Articles
2013 Xiong GL, Newman WJ. Take CAUTION in Emergency and Inpatient Psychiatric
Settings. Current Psychiatry. Jul; 12:9-10.
2013 Holoyda B, Ferranti J, Newman W, McBride A. Perspectives on Forensic Training in
General Psychiatry Residency. AAPL Newsletter. Sep; 18-19,22.
2013 Brady MC, Scher LM, Newman WJ. “I Just Saw Big Bird. He Was 100 Feet Tall!”
Malingering in the Emergency Room. Current Psychiatry. Oct; 12:33-8.
2013 Newman WJ, Xiong GL, Barnhorst AV. Beta-Blockers: Off-Label Use in Psychiatric
Disorders. Psychopharm Review. Oct; 48:73-80.
2014 Wadsworth CS, Newman WJ, Burton PRS. Ferguson v. Florida: Rationally
Understanding Competence to be Executed? J Am Acad Psychiatry Law. Jun; 42:23441.
Presentations
2013 “DSM-5: A Brief History of the DSM and Review of New Structural Changes to
Descriptive Psychiatry,” Psychiatry Grand Rounds, University of California, Davis,
Sacramento, CA, July.
2013 “Assessing Psychiatric Malingering in the ER,” Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds,
University of California, Davis, Sacramento, CA, September.
2013 “Legal Responses to Zoophilia: A Rare Paraphilia,” American Academy of Psychiatry
and the Law, San Diego, CA, October.
2013 “Restoration of Competency to Stand Trial in Misdemeanants,” American Academy of
Psychiatry and the Law, San Diego, CA, October.
2013 “Landmark Case Updates: The Supremes’ Recent Rulings,” American Academy of
Psychiatry and the Law, San Diego, CA, October.
2013 “Assessing and Documenting Psychiatric Malingering,” Kaiser Permanente South
Sacramento Medical Center, Sacramento, CA, November.
2014 "Fact or Fiction: Psychiatric Malingering in the ER," University of California, Davis
Healthcare Quality Forum, Sacramento, CA, March.
2014 “Characteristics of Misdemeanor Defendants Restored to Competency in an
Academic Setting,” American Psychiatric Association, New York, NY, May.
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Community Service
Chair and Member, Membership Committee, American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law
Member, Program Committee, American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law
Member, Association of Directors of Forensic Psychiatry Fellowships, American
Academy of Psychiatry and the Law
Psychiatric Consultant, Sacramento County Mental Health Court
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Tara A. Niendam, Ph.D.
Journal Articles
2013 Swaab TY, Boudewyn MA, Long DL, Luck SJ, Kring AM, Ragland JD, Ranganath C,
Lesh T, Niendam T, Solomon M, Mangun GR, Carter CS. Spared and impaired
spoken discourse processing in schizophrenia: effects of local and global language
context. Journal of Neuroscience, 33(39), 15578-87.
2013 Lesh TA, Westphal AJ, Niendam TA, Yoon JH, Minzenberg MJ, Ragland JD, Solomon
M, Carter CS. Proactive and reactive cognitive control and dorsolateral prefrontal
cortex dysfunction in first episode schizophrenia. Neuroimage Clin; 2:590-9.
2014 Tully LM, Niendam TA. Beyond “Cold” Cognition: Exploring Cognitive Control of
Emotion as a Risk Factor for Psychosis. Current Behavioral Neuroscience Reports
1:170–181
2014 Niendam TA, Lesh TA, Yoon J, Westphal AJ, Hutchison N, Ragland JD, Solomon M,
Minzenberg M, Carter CS. Impaired context processing as a potential marker of
psychosis risk state. Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging, 221(1):13-20.
Abstracts and Presentations
2013 Layher EA, Ragland JD, Ranganath C, Luck SJ, Long DL, Kring AM, Lesh TA,
Niendam TA, Swaab T, Solomon M, Carter CS. Effect of Schizophrenia on
Dorsolateral Prefrontal Cortex Function and Theta-Band Power during Selective LongTerm Memory Encoding. Poster presented at the 10th annual Bay Area Memory
Meeting; San Francisco, CA, August.
2013 Niendam TA, Ashby S, Lesh TA, Correa E, Carter C. Clinical and Cognitive
Correlates of Aggression in Early Psychosis. Oral presentation at the annual meeting
of Society for Research in Psychopathology in San Francisco, CA, September.
2013 Solomon M, Titone M, Ashby S, Benavidez M, Carter C, Niendam TA. Correlates of
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) traits in Early Psychosis. Poster presented at the
annual meeting of Society for Research in Psychopathology in San Francisco, CA,
September.
2013 Niendam TA, Ferrer E, Lesh TA, Ashby S, Solomon M, Ragland JD, Yoon J,
Minzenberg M, Carter CS. Age-at-Onset and Cognitive Control-Related Brain Circuitry
in First Episode Schizophrenia. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the
America College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ACNP) in Hollywood, FL, December.
2014 Tully LM, De Leon E, Singh K, Smith P, Moturu S, Wahba K, Carter CS, Niendam TA.
Using a Novel Mobile Health Application to Monitor Symptoms and Functioning In an
Early Psychosis Program: Preliminary Data on Feasibility and Acceptability. Poster
presented at the Society of Biological Psychiatry Annual Meeting in New York, NY,
May.
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Research Funding
NIMH 1K23MH087708-01A1, 7/1/10 – 1/14/15, 5.25 calendar months. Cognitive
Neuroscience of the Psychosis Prodrome, $ $809,094.00 total directs. This Career
Development award provides funding for training in cognitive neuroscience methodologies as
well as the development of a functional neuroimaging study that examines clinical and
functional correlates of prefrontally-mediated cognitive control in youth at risk for psychosis
and healthy controls. Niendam T (PI).
NARSAD Young Investigator Award, 1/15/13 – 1/14/15, 0.12 calendar months. Dynamic
Longitudinal Developmental Trajectories and Functional Outcome in Early Psychosis,
$30,000 per year. This Young Investigator award provides funding for a study that utilizes
fMRI and an established measure of cognitive control (AXCPT) to prospectively examine the
neurodevelopmental course of prefrontal functioning across the age span of 12-25 years in
individuals with schizophrenia (SZ) and demographically matched healthy controls (HC).
Niendam T (PI).
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, 11/15/13 – 1/14/15, 1.01 calendar months. Using mobile
technology to detect early warning signs of mental health challenges and enhance treatment
delivery for youth, $537,482 total direct costs. By implementing the Ginger.io mobile data
management platform in an early psychosis program with an integrated clinical and research
infrastructure, this project will determine the feasibility of mobile data collection in early
psychosis populations, while simultaneously examine its ability to systematically capture
aspects of relapse and recovery. Niendam T (PI).
HRSA D40HP26868, 11/1/14 – 6/30/17, 2.4 calendar months. Multidisciplinary Training in
Evidence-Based Assessment and Treatment of Children and Youth with Trauma and Serious
Mental Illness, $ $175,926 annual direct costs. Through a collaboration between the UC
Davis Department of Pediatrics, UC Davis CAARE Center and UC Davis SacEDAPT clinic,
this grant provides support for the training of predoctoral psychology interns in traumafocused work in youth with serious mental illness, particularly psychosis. Urquiza A (PI);
Niendam (Project Co-Director).
NIMH R01 MH104235, 9/1/14 – 8/31/18, 2.8 calendar months. Reducing Duration of
Untreated Psychosis Through Rapid Identification and Engagement, $566,678 annual direct
costs. Through the use of technology-enhanced screening and engagement, the proposed
project seeks to reduce the duration of untreated psychosis at a community level by
addressing two bottlenecks: 1) delays in accurate identification and 2) delays in engagement
in FEP care. Cameron C (PI); Niendam (Co-Investigator).
NIMH R01 MH105411, 12/1/14 – 11/30/18, 1.2 calendar months. Neural Mechanisms of
Memory Dysfunction in Schizophrenia, $350,903 direct costs. The proposed research will
use EEG, fMRI and MRS to establish disrupted (GABAergic) neural inhibition in the
dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (DLPFC) as a candidate mechanism for the reduced theta
oscillations, reduced fMRI activation in DLPFC and hippocampal circuits, and
disproportionate relational memory impairments in people with schizophrenia observed in our
previous research. Ragland JD (PI); Niendam (Co-Investigator).
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Community Service
Ad Hoc Reviewer, Archives of General Psychiatry
Ad Hoc Reviewer, Biological Psychiatry
Ad Hoc Reviewer, Schizophrenia Bulletin
Ad Hoc Reviewer, Schizophrenia Research
Ad Hoc Reviewer, Journal of Abnormal Psychology
Ad Hoc Reviewer, Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry
Ad Hoc Reviewer, Journal of Psychiatry and Neuroscience
Ad Hoc Reviewer, Early Intervention in Psychiatry
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Stephen C. Noctor, Ph.D.
Journal Articles
2014 Pretto DI, Kumar M, Cao Z, Cunningham CL, Durbin-Johnson B, Qi L, Berman R,
Noctor SC, Hagerman RJ, Pessah IN, Tassone F. Reduced excitatory amino acid
transporter 1 and metabotropic glutamate receptor 5 expression in the cerebellum of
fragile X mental retardation gene 1 premutation carriers with fragile X-associated
tremor/ataxia syndrome. Neurobiology of Aging, 35(5):1189-97.
2014 Camacho J, Jones K, Miller E, Ariza J, Noctor SC, Van de Water J, MartínezCerdeño V. Embryonic intraventricular exposure to autism-specific maternal
autoantibodies produces alterations in autistic-like stereotypical behaviors in offspring
mice. Behavioral Brain Research, 266:46-51.
2014 Martínez-Cerdeño V, Noctor SC. Cajal, Retzius, and Cajal-Retzius Cells. Frontiers in
Neuroanatomy, 8(48).
2014 Camacho J, Ejaz E, Ariza J, Noctor SC, Martínez-Cerdeño V. RELN-expressing
neuron density in layer I of the superior temporal lobe is similar in human brains with
autism and in age-matched controls. Neuroscience Letters, 579:163-7.
2014 Clinton BK, Cunningham CL, Kriegstein AR, Noctor SC, Martinez-Cerdeno V. Radial
Glia are Proliferative in the Ventricular Zone of the Embryonic and Adult Turtle,
Trachemys Scripta Elegans. Neurogenesis (in press).
2014 Martinez-Cerdeno V, Camacho J, Fox E, Miller E, Ariza J, Kienzle D, Plank K, Noctor
SC, Van de Water J. Prenatal exposure to autism-specific maternal autoantibodies
alters proliferation of cortical neural precursor cells, enlarges brain, and increases
neuronal size in adult animals. Cerebral Cortex (in press).
Book Chapter
2013 Noctor SC, Cunningham CL, Kriegstein AR. Radial Migration in the Cerebral Cortex –
Modes of Migration, in Comprehensive Developmental Neuroscience, Edited by John
LR Rubenstein and Pasko Rakic. P 299-316: Oxford University Press.
Abstracts and Presentations
2013 Neuroimmune interactions regulate prenatal development of the cerebral cortex. USU
Neuroscience Graduate Program, August.
2013 The Role of microglia in cortical evolution. Evolution of the Human Neocortex: How
Unique Are We? West Sussex, UK, September 22.
2013 Neuroimmune interactions regulate prenatal development of the brain: Implications
for the etiology and treatment of neurodevelopmental disorders. UC Davis NIEHS
Graduate Training Program. December.
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2014 A comparative analysis of microglial colonization and function in the developing
vertebrate forebrain. European Molecular Biology Laboratory Conference: Microglia –
Guardians of the Brain. Heidelberg, Germany, March.
2014 A comparative analysis of microglial function in the prenatal mammalian neocortex. 5th
Cortical Development Meeting. Chania, Crete, Greece, May.
2014 Neuroimmune interactions regulate prenatal growth of the brain. Neurobiology and
Development Group, Hospital Nacional de Parapléjicos, Toledo, Spain, May.
2014 Microglia regulate prenatal growth of the brain. Development, Functions and Disorders
of the Nervous System: International Society of Developmental Neuroscience,
Montreal, Canada.
2013 A comparative examination of microglia in the developing cerebral cortex of mammals,
reptiles and birds (Abstract). Cunningham, Martinez-Cerdeno, Joshi, Weideman,
Ricks, Aurora, Jarvis, Quinton, Saylor, Ariza, *Noctor. Society for Neuroscience
annual meeting, San Diego, CA.
Research Funding
California National Primate Research Center, Noctor (PI), 4/01/14 – 3/31/15, 0 cal months,
$250,000. Identification of Neural Precursor Cells in the Prenatal Macaque Brain.
The goal of this project is to establish critical developmental ages and molecular targets for
treating pathology in Fragile X premutation carriers (PM) and in Fragile X-associated
tremor/ataxia (FXTAS) using CGG knock-in mice (CGGex KI) and doxycycline-inducible doxCGG99 mice.
RMH094681, Martínez-Cerdeño (PI); Noctor (Co-Investigator), 5/01/11 – 4/30/16 2.4 cal
months, $250,000. Postmortem analysis of cellular subtype density and morphology in the
autistic temporal human cerebral cortex. This project will analyze the temporal lobe of autistic
and control postmortem human brains, and investigate: 1) Density of total neurons,
pyramidal neurons, and interneuronal subtypes in the autistic versus control temporal cortex
using unbiased stereological methods for cell quantification. 2) Density of total glial cells,
astrocytes, and oligodendrocytes in the autistic versus control temporal cortex using
stereological methods.
NIH R01, Berman (PI); Noctor (Co-Inestigator), 4/01/13 – 3/31/18, 2.4 cal months, $250,000.
Mouse Models to Define Critical Periods and Molecular Targets in FXTAS. The goal of this
project is to establish criticial developmental ages and molecular targets for treating
pathology in Fragile X premutation carriers (PM) and in Fragile X-associated tremor/ataxia
(FXTAS) using CGG knock-in mice (CGGex KI) and doxycycline-inducible dox-CGG99 mice.
RMH101188A, Noctor (PI), 8/1/2013 – 5/31/2018, 6 cal. Months. NIMH, $250,000
Microglia regulate development of the cerebral cortex. The goals of this project are to identify
factors that regulate microglial function in the prenatal cerebral cortex, including the signaling
pathways that regulate phagocytosis of neural precursor cells.
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Community Service
Developmental Brain Disorders Study Section (Feb)
Internal Review, CTSC Highly Innovative Aware #7
Internal Review, Departmental Junior PI R01 Application
Internal Review, Departmental Tupin Grant Applications for the Research Activities
Committee
Internal Review, UC Davis CIRM Applications
Member, Committee on Student Progress, UC Davis School of Medicine
Member, Research Activities Committee, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
NIH Study Section Service
Reviewer, Aging Cell
Reviewer, Cerebral Cortex
Reviewer, Journal of Comparative Neurology
Reviewer, Journal of Histochemistry and Cytochemistry
Reviewer, Journal of Neuroscience
Reviewer, Neuroscience
Reviewer, Neurotoxicology and Teratology
Reviewer, Neuron
Special Study Section for K99/R00 Review (Feb)
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Christine Wu Nordahl, Ph.D.
Journal Articles
2013 Breece E, Paciotti B, Nordahl CW, Ozonoff S, Van de Water J, Rogers SJ, Amaral
DG, Ashwood P. Myeloid dendritic cells frequencies are increased in children with
autism spectrum disorder and associated with amygdala volume and repetitive
behaviors. Brain Behavior and Immunity, 31:69-75.
2013 Shen MD, Nordahl CW, Young GS, Wooton-Gorges SL, Lee A, Liston SE, Harrington
K, Ozonoff S, Amaral DG. Early brain enlargement and elevated extra-axial fluid in
infants who develop autism spectrum disorder, Brain, 136; 2825-35.
2013 Stamova BS, Tian Y, Nordahl CW, Shen MD, Rogers SJ, Amaral DG, Sharp FR.
Evidence for differential alternative splicing in blood of in young boys with autism
spectrum disorders, Molecular Autism 4(1):30.
2014 Johnson RT, Yeatman JD, Wandell BA, Amaral DG, Nordahl CW. Diffusion properties
of major white matter tracts in young, typically developing children. Neuroimage,
88;143-154.
Abstracts and Presentations
2014 Nordahl CW, Hoeft F, Ota H, Lee A, Li D, Rogers S, Ozonoff S, Amaral DG. Sex
differences in brain structure of preschool-aged children with autism spectrum
disorder, Slide Presentation, International Meeting for Autism Research, Atlanta,
Georgia.
2014 Johnson RT, Nordahl CW, Ota H, Kreutz A, Lee D, Rogers SJ, Amaral DG.
Disproportionate megalencephaly: a neurophenotype in autism spectrum disorder,
International Meeting for Autism Research, Atlanta, Georgia.
2014 Shen MD, Nordahl CW, Li DD, Lee A, Angkustsiri K, Ozonoff S, Rogers SJ, Amaral
DG. Elevated extra-axial cerebrospinal fluid in toddlers with autism spectrum disorder,
International Meeting for Autism Research, Atlanta, Georgia.
Research Funding
Analyses of Brain Structure and Connectivity in Young Children with Autism. NIMH.
8/15/2011-7/31/2014, $730,462. Principal Investigator.
Community Service
Reviewer, American Journal of Psychiatry
Reviewer, Cerebral Cortex
Reviewer, Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Reviewer, Molecular Psychiatry
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Thomas E. Nordahl, M.D., Ph.D.
Book Chapter and Editorial
2014 Lissemore JL, Leyton M, Gravel P, Sookman D, Nordahl TE, Benkelfat C,
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: Serotonergic Mechanisms, In PET and SPECT in
Psychiatry, Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, Eds: RAJO Dierckx, A Otte, EFJ de Vries, A
van Waarde, JA den Boer, Chapter 17, 433-451.
2014 Dave Park and Thomas Nordahl, Methamphetamine and Dave’s Story, Editorial J
Addict Res Ther, 5: e123. doi: 10.4172/2155-6105.1000e123.
Research Funding
Collaborator on project: Contributing Factors to Chronic Insomnia in Bipolar Disorder. The PI
is Charles Schaffer, MD, Amount: $21, 227. Sutter Hospital. Still active.
Community Service
Member, Human Subjects Review Committee B
Editor, Journal of Addictions Research & Treatment (JART)
Reviewer, American Journal of Psychiatry
Reviewer, Archives of General Psychiatry/JAMA Psychiatry
Reviewer, Drug and Alcohol Dependence
Reviewer, Journal of Nuclear Medicine
Reviewer, Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging
Reviewer, International Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology
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John Onate, M.D.
Community Service
Member, Florin JACL-Chair of Women’s Health Day Planning committee, CAPITAL
Member, Foundation Board, Power of Know Conference
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Sally Ozonoff, Ph.D.
Journal Articles
2014 Ozonoff S, Young GS, Belding A, Hill M, Hill A, Hutman T, Johnson S, Miller M,
Rogers SJ, Schwichtenberg AJ, Steinfeld M, Iosif A. The broader autism phenotype in
infancy: When does it emerge? Journal of the American Academy of Child and
Adolescent Psychiatry, 53, 398-407.
2014 Froehlich-Santino W, Tobon AL, Cleveland S, Torres A, Phillips J, Cohen B, Torigoe
T, Miller J, Fedele A, Collins J, Smith K, Lotspeich L, Croen LA, Ozonoff S,
Lajonchere C, Grether JK, O’Hara R, Hallmayer J. Prenatal and perinatal risk factors
in a twin study of autism spectrum disorders. Journal of Psychiatric Research, 54,
100-108.
2014 McCormick CEB, Hessl D, Macari SL, Ozonoff S, Green C, Rogers SJ. Electrodermal
and behavioral responses of children with autism spectrum disorders to sensory and
repetitive stimuli. Autism Research, 7, 468-480.
2014 Zwaigenbaum L, Young GS, Stone WL, Dobkins K, Ozonoff S, et al. Early head
growth in infants at risk of autism: A baby siblings research consortium study. Journal
of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 53, 1053-1062.
2014 Rogers SJ, Vismara L, Wagner AL, McCormick C, Young G, Ozonoff S. Autism
treatment in the first year of life: A pilot study of Infant Start, a parent-implemented
intervention for symptomatic infants. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders,
44, 2981-2995.
2014 Schmidt RJ, Tancredi DJ, Krakowiak P, Hansen RL, Ozonoff S. Maternal intake of
supplemental iron and risk for autism spectrum disorder. American Journal of
Epidemiology, 180, 890-900.
2014 Ozonoff S. Letter: A response to “The relationship between social communication
disorder and the broader autism phenotype.” Journal of the American Academy of
Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 53, 1130-1131.
Book Chapter
2014 Abbeduto L, Ozonoff S, John A, McDuffie A, Schweitzer J. Neurodevelopmental
disorders. In RE Hales, SC Yudofsky, L Roberts (Eds.), Textbook of psychiatry, 6th
edition (pp. 229-272). Arlington VA: American Psychiatric Publishing Inc.
Abstracts and Presentations
2013 Ozonoff S. DSM-5 and autism spectrum disorder. UC Davis Summer Institute on
Neurodevelopmental Disorders, Sacramento CA, August.
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2014 Ozonoff S. Advances in early detection science: Finding infant markers of autism.
Invited colloquium, Department of Psychology Program, University of California,
Berkeley, March.
2014 Ozonoff S. Advances in the early detection of ASD. Distinguished Speaker
Colloquium Series, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders,
Northwestern University, Evanston IL, April.
2014 Ozonoff S, Iosif AM, Young GS, Miller M. Parent report of onset status: Prospective
versus retrospective methods. Paper presented at the International Meeting for Autism
Research (IMFAR), Atlanta GA, May.
2014 Shen MD, Nordahl CW, Li DD, Lee A, Angkustsiri K, Ozonoff S, Rogers SJ, Amaral
DG. Elevated extra-axial cerebrospinal fluid in toddlers with ASD. Paper presented at
the International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR), Atlanta, May.
2014 Miller M, Young GS, Hutman T, Johnson S, Schwichtenberg AJ, Ozonoff S.
Pragmatic language difficulties and associations with behavior problems in non-ASD
siblings of children with ASD. Paper presented at the International Meeting for Autism
Research (IMFAR), Atlanta, May.
2014 Nordahl CW, Hoeft F, Ota H, Lee A, Rogers SJ, Ozonoff S, Amaral DG. Sex
differences in brain structure of preschool-aged children with ASD. Paper presented at
the International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR), Atlanta, May.
2014 Ozonoff S. Early identification of autism spectrum disorder. Grand Rounds,
Department of Pediatrics, Oregon Health and Science University, Portland OR, June.
2014 Ozonoff S. The onset of autism: Implications for early identification. Keynote address
to the University of Oregon annual IDD conference, Eugene OR, June.
Research Funding
Infants at Risk of Autism: A Longitudinal Study, National Institute of Mental Health, R01MH068398-06, 2009-2014, $385,150 (annual direct costs), PI.
Genomic influences on development and outcomes in infants at risk of ASD: A BSRC study,
Autism Speaks, 2012-2014, $18,741 (annual direct costs), Subcontract PI.
Autism risk, prenatal environmental exposures and pathophysiologic markers, National
Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, R01 ES020392-01, 2011-2016, $1,571,609
(annual direct costs), Co-PI.
Development of a prospective parent report measure to identify autism risk in infancy, Autism
Speaks, AS8370, 2013-2016, $150,000 (annual direct costs), PI.
Development of a prospective video-based measure to identify ASD risk in infancy, National
Institute of Mental Health, R01 MH099046, 2013-2017, $687,726 (annual direct costs), PI.
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MIND Institute Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Research Center, National Institute
of Child Health and Human Development, U54 HD079125, $260,000 (annual direct costs),
Core Director
Community Service
Chair, Research Space Advisory Committee, UC Davis School of Medicine
Ad Hoc Member, Early Access to Care Review Panel, Autism Speaks
Joint Editor, Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry
Member, Graduate Group in Clinical Research, UC Davis
Member, Autism Spectrum Disorders Advisory Board, UC Davis Extension
Member, Autism Advisory Board, Guilford Press
Member, NIH College of CSR Reviewers
Member, Program Committee, International Meeting for Autism Research
Member, Editorial Board, Autism Research
Member, Editorial Board, Autism Spectrum Quarterly
Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders
Member, TEACCH Advisory Board, University of North Carolina
Reviewer, American Journal of Psychiatry
Reviewer, Archives of General Psychiatry
Reviewer, Autism: The International Journal of Research and Practice
Reviewer, Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Reviewer, Neuropsychiatry
Reviewer, Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
Reviewer, Pediatrics
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Murat Pakyurek, M.D.
Journal Articles
2013 Pakyurek M, Yarnal R, Cameron, C. Treatment of Psychosis in Children and
Adolescents: A Review. American Academy of Pediatrics. Adolescent Medicine: State
of the Art Reviews. Current Psychopharmacology for Psychiatric Disorders in
Adolescents. August, Volume 24, Number 2.
2013 Pakyurek, M, Schweitzer J, Yellowlees P. Telepsychiatry and ADHD. The ADHD
Report: Vol. 21, No. 1, pp. 1–5,11.
Presentations
2014 EDH – CHADD Meeting, (ADHD) Presentation, El Dorado Hills Library, January. 21.
Research Funding
Shire Pharmaceuticals, Schweitzer (PI); Pakyurek (Co-Investigator), 9/1/2012 – 1/30/2014,
$284,135 (TDC). Effects of lisdexamfetamine on cognitive control and reward response in
adolescents and young adults with ADHD: neural and clinical outcomes.
R01 MH091068-01A1, Schweitzer (PI); Pakyurek (Co-Investigator), 8/15/2012 – 5/31/2016,
NIH, $2,003,000 (TDC). Developmental Changes in Neural Processes Underlying Impulsivity
and ADHD. NIMH/NIH.
R03 NIH/NIDA, Fassbender (PI); Pakyurek (Co-Investigator). Identifying Cognitive and
Neural Risk Factors for Substance Dependence in ADHD. The goal of this one-year research
grant is to use functional neuroimaging and targeted measures of cognition to investigate
impairments in performance monitoring in ADHD and methamphetamine dependence as well
as the interaction between the two disorders.
Community Service
Committee Member, Sacramento Autism Regional Task Force (SART)
Member, UCD Safety and Quality Committee, UC Davis School of Medicine
Member, Ambulatory Care Work Group, ACWG
Reviewer, Journal of Academic Psychiatry
Reviewer, Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry
Reviewer, Journal of Medical Case Reports
Mentor, Medical Students for Klingenstein Program
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J. Daniel Ragland, Ph.D.
Journal Articles
2013 Swaab TY, Boudewyn MA, Long DL, Luck SJ, Kring AM, Ragland JD, Ranganath C,
Lesh T, Niendam T, Solomon M, Mangun GR, Carter CS: Spared and Impaired
Spoken Discourse Processing in Schizophrenia: Effects of Local and Global
Language Context. The Journal of Neuroscience, 33;155578-155587.
2013 Lesh TA, Westphal AJ, Niendam TA, Yoon JH, Minzenberg MJ, Ragland JD,
Solomon M, Carter CS: Proactive and reactive cognitive control and dorsolateral
prefrontal cortex dysfunction in first episode schizophrenia. Neuroimage Clinical,
2:590-599.
2014 Solomon M, Yoon J, Ragland JD, Niendam T, Lesh T, Fairbrother W, Carter CS: The
development of the neural substrates of cognitive control in adolescents with autism
spectrum disorders. Biological Psychiatry, 76:412-421.
2014 Niendam TA, Yoon J, Westphal AJ, Hutchinson N, Ragland JD, Solomon M,
Minzenberg M, Carter CS: Impaired context processing as a potential marker of
psychosis risk state. Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging, 221:13-20.
2014 Sheffeld JM, Gold JM, Strauss ME, Carter CS, MacDonald AW, Ragland JD,
Silverstein SM, Barch DM: Common and Specific Cognitive Deficits in Schizophrenia.
Cognitive Affective Behavioral Neuroscience, 14:161-174.
2014 Strauss ME, McLouth CJ, Barch DM, Carter CS, Gold JM, MacDonald AW III,
Ragland JD, Ranganath C, Keane BP, Silverstein SM: Temporal stability and
moderating effects of age and sex on CNTRaCS task performance. Schizophrenia
Bulletin, 40:835-844.
2014 Fisher M, Loewy R, Carter CS, Lee A, Ragland JD, Niendam T, Schlosser D,
Pham L, Miskovich T, Vinogradov S: Neuroplasticity-based auditory training via laptop
computer improves cognition in young individuals with recent onset schizophrenia.
Schizophrenia Bulletin, (Epub: Jan 20).
2014 Flegal KE, Marin-Gutierrez A, Ragland JD, Ranganath C: Brain mechanisms of
successful recognition through retrieval of semantic context. Journal of Cognitive
Neuroscience, 26:1694-1704.
2014 Wang W-C, Montchal ME, Yonelinas AP, Ragland JD: Hippocampal and
parahippocampal cortex volume predict recollection in schizophrenia. Schizophrenia
Research, 157:319-320.
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Abstracts and Presentations
2013 Ragland JD, Ranganath C, Barch DM, Gold JM, Harms MP, Layher E, MacDonald A,
Phillips J, Poppe A, Silverstein SM, Thompson D, Carter CS. Neural correlates of
relational and item-specific encoding and retrieval (RiSE) in schizophrenia. (52nd
Annual Meeting of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology, Hollywood,
FL, USA).
2013 Niendam T, Ferrer E, Lesh TA, Ashby S, Solomon M, Ragland JD, Yoon J,
Minzenberg MJ, Carter CS. Age-at-onset and cognitive control-related brain circuitry
in first episode schizophrenia. (52nd Annual Meeting of the American College of
Neuropsychopharmacology, Hollywood, FL, USA).
2013 Solomon M, Lesh TA, Niendam T, Beck J, Matter J, Whitmore N, Carter CS,
Ragland JD. Learning in the absence of intact cognitive control: the neural substrates
of transitive inference in adolescents with autism spectrum disorders. (52nd Annual
Meeting of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology, Hollywood, FL, USA).
2013 Lesh TA, Geib B, Niendam T, Minzenberg MJ, Yoon J, Ragland JD, Solomon M,
Carter CS. Fronto-parietal dysfunction and cognitive control deficits in first-episode
psychosis patients with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. (52nd Annual Meeting of
the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology, Hollywood, FL, USA).
2013 Yoon J, Grandelis A, Cui ED, Minzenberg MJ, Niendam T, Ragland JD, Lesh TA,
Solomon M, Carter CS. High-resolution fMRI reveals reward anticipation signaling of
the substantia nigra that is modulated by reward magnitude in healthy subjects and
blunted responses in schizophrenia. (52nd Annual Meeting of the American College of
Neuropsychopharmacology, Hollywood, FL, USA).
2014 Solomon M, Lesh TA, Niendam TA, Matter JC, Beck JS, Carter CS, Ragland JD. The
neural substrates of the generalization of learning in autism spectrum disorders
(ASD). (69th Annual Meeting of the Society of Biological Psychiatry, New York, NY,
USA).
2014 White S, Niendam TA, Maryuama B, Lesh TA, Yoon JH, Solomon M, Carter CS,
Ragland JD. Performance on the relational and item specific memory encoding task
(RiSE) in individuals at clinical high risk for psychosis. (69th Annual Meeting of the
Society of Biological Psychiatry, New York, NY, USA).
2014 Lesh TA, Geib B, Niendam TA, Minzenberg MJ, Yoon J, Ragland JD, Solomon M,
Carter CS. Fronto-parietal dysfunction and cognitive control deficits in first-episode
psychosis patients with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. (69th Annual Meeting of
the Society of Biological Psychiatry, New York, NY, USA).
2014 Poppe A, Barch D, Carter CS, Ragland JD, Silverstein S, MacDonald A. Test-retest
reliability of GLM and ICA in schizophrenia patients and healthy controls. (69th Annual
Meeting of the Society of Biological Psychiatry, New York, NY, USA).
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Research Funding
R01MH084895 (PI: Ragland), NIMH, 3/17/07-2/28/15. Brain Mechanisms of Impaired
Episodic Memory in Schizophrenia: This grant uses a multimodal functional imaging
approach to examine the relationship between the function of prefrontal and hippocampal
circuitry supporting item-specific and relational memory in the brain to schizophrenia
diagnosis, daily function and symptoms in schizophrenia.
5R01MH059883-11 (PI: Carter), NIMH, 6/1/13-6/1/18. Pathophysiology of Cognitive
Disability in Schizophrenia: Using fMRI and two cognitive tasks evaluating unique aspects of
cognitive control and approach motivation we will test the hypothesis that during a first
episode of psychosis both schizophrenia that bipolar disorder patients will show cognitive
control deficits that in schizophrenia will remain as stable trait deficits during the fisrt year of
illness but that in Bipolar disorder will show substantial improvement with clinical remission.
In contrast Bipolar Disorder patients will show an enhanced sensitivity to repeated rewards
that will be stable across clinical states, while schizophrenia patients will show intact or
reduced responses to incentives across the course of the first year of illness.
5R01MH084826-05 (PI: Carter), NIMH,10/12/2013-10/1/2018. Cognitive Neuroscience Task
Reliability and Clinical Application Consortium: Behavioral tasks measuring the RDoC
constructs of reward sensitivity and working memory capacity will be validated, optimized,
and characterized psychometrically. Optimized measures and their psychometric
characteristics will then be publically available for use in treatment development studies.
Community Service
Member, Ad-Hoc Study Section, NIMH Neural Basis of Psychopathology, Additions and
Sleep Disorders Study Section (NPAS)
Member, Education and Training Committee, American College of
Neuropsychopharmacology
Member of Study Section, Special Emphasis Panel, ZRG1 BBBP-R (02) R, National
Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD
Member, UC Davis School of Medicine, Faculty Executive Committee
Member, UC Davis Committee on Research Affairs
Member, UC Davis Department of Psychiatry, Research Affairs Committee
Member, UC Davis Academic Senate Committee on Research
Member, UC Davis Academic Senate, Committee on Planning and Budget
Member, UC Davis School of Medicine Compensation Committee
Editorial Board Member, Biological Psychiatry
Editorial Board Member, Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging
Editorial Board Member, Schizophrenia Research and Treatment
Editorial Board Member, Schizophrenia Research: Cognition
Faculty Member, Faculty of 1000 Medicine (Schizophrenia & Other Psychosis)
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Sally J. Rogers, Ph.D.
Journal Articles
2013 Buard I, Rogers SJ, Hepburn S, Kronberg E, Rojas DC. Altered oscillation patterns
and conductivity during picture naming in autism. Frontiers in Neuroscience, doi:
10.3389/fnhum.2013.00742.
2013 Hahn LJ, Fidler DJ, Hepburn SL, Rogers SJ. Early intersubjective skills and the
understanding of intentionality in young children with Down syndrome. Research in
Developmental Disabilities, 34(12), 4455-65.
2014 Vivanti G, Rogers SJ. Autism and the mirror neuron system: Insights from learning
and teaching. Philosophy Transactions B, 369(1644), doi:10.1098/rstb.2013.0184.
2014 Fulton E, Eapen V, Cmcec R, Walter A, Rogers SJ. Reducing maladaptive behaviors
in preschool-aged children with Autism Spectrum Disorder using the Early Start
Denver Model. Frontiers in Child and Neurodevelopmental Psychiatry, 2(40), doi:
10.3389/fped.2014.00040.
2014 Rogers SJ, Vismara L, Wagner AL, McCormick C, Young G, Ozonoff S. Autism
treatment in the first year of life: A pilot study of Infant Start, a parent-implemented
intervention for symptomatic infants. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders.
2014 Vivanti G, Paynter J, Duncan E, Fothergill H, Dissanayake C, Rogers SJ, Victorian
ASELCC Team. Effectiveness and feasibility of the Early Start Denver Model
implemented in a group-based community childcare setting. Journal of Autism and
Developmental Disorders, 10.1007/s10803-014-2168-9
2014 McCormick C, Hessl D, Macari S, Ozonoff S, Green C, Rogers SJ. Electrodermal and
behavioral responses of children with autism spectrum disorders to sensory and
repetitive stimuli. Autism Research, DOI: 10.1002/aur.1382.
2014 Ozonoff S, Young GS, Belding A, Hill M, Hill A, Hutman T, Johnson S, Miller M,
Rogers SJ, Schwichtenberg AJ, Steinfeld MB, Iosif AM. The broader autism
phenotype in infancy: When does it emerge? Journal of the American Academy of
Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 53(4), 398-407e.2.
Books
2013 Volkmar F, Rogers SJ. Pelphry R, Paul, K. (Eds.). Handbook of autism and
developmental disorders, 4th Edition. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
Abstracts and Presentations
2013 Rogers SJ. The intersection of ID and autism. Intellectual and Developmental
Disabilities Division 33, American Psychological Association Convention, Honolulu,
Hawaii, July 31 – August 4.
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2013 Rogers SJ. Jacobson Award Invited Address. Intellectual and Developmental
Disabilities Division 33, American Psychological Association Convention, Honolulu,
Hawaii, July 31 – August 4.
2013 Rogers SJ. Latest in autism research. UC Davis Tahoe Environmental Research
Center, August 22.
2013 Rogers SJ. Keynote Presentation: New findings about early intervention outcomes in
autism spectrum disorders. 10th Annual Autism-Europe Congress, Budapest, Hungary,
September 26-28.
2013 Rogers SJ. Effects of Parent Training in Early Autism. 3rd International Autism Clinical
and Research Collaboration Conference, Shanghai, China, November 9-10.
2013 Rogers SJ. Introduction to the Early Start Denver Model. 3rd International Autism
Clinical and Research Collaboration Conference, Shanghai, China, November 9-10.
2013 Rogers SJ. DSM-5 diagnosis of autism. Disability Rights California Office of Clients’
Rights Advocacy, November 19.
2014 Rogers SJ. Autism research and clinical updates. UC Davis MIND Institute, MINDS
Behind the MIND, April 16.
2014 Stern JA, Blakeley-Smith A, Hepburn SL, McCormick C, Rogers SJ. Predicting child
anxiety and problem behavior: A longitudinal study of children with and without autism
spectrum disorders. Association for Psychological Science, San Francisco, CA, May
23.
2014 Rogers SJ. How malleable is autism? Treatment studies from the youngest child with
ASD. International Meeting for Autism Research Preconference, Atlanta, GA, May 14.
2014 McCormick C, Young GS, Bernstein J, Rogers SJ. Orienting response, viewing
preference, and exploration patterns in young children with ASD. International Meeting
for Autism Research, Atlanta, GA, May 15.
2014 Rogers SJ, Estes AM, Lord C, Lange N, Munson J, Dawson G. Randomized multisite
replication of Early Start Denver Model outcomes. International Meeting for Autism
Research, Atlanta, GA, May 16.
2014 Shen MD, Nordahl CW, Li DD, Lee A, Angkustsiri K, Ozonoff S, Rogers SJ, Amaral
DG. Elevated extra-axial cerebrospinal fluid in toddlers with autism spectrum disorder.
International Meeting for Autism Research, Atlanta, GA, May 16.
2014 Johnson RT, Nordahl CW, Ota H, Kreutz A, Lee A, Rogers SJ, Amaral DG.
Disproportionate megalencephaly: A clinically meaningful neurophenotype in autism
spectrum disorder. International Meeting for Autism Research, Atlanta, GA, May 16.
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2014 Nordahl CW, Hoeft F, Ota H, Lee A, Rogers SJ, Ozonoff S, Amaral DG. Sex
differences in brain structure of preschool-aged children with autism spectrum
disorder. International Meeting for Autism Research, Atlanta, GA, May 17, 2014.
2014 Burrier R, Amaral DG, West P, Rogers SJ, Smith AM, Li DD, Ross M, Fontaine B,
Donley E. A metabolic profile of autism spectrum disorder from autism phenome
project patient plasma. International Meeting for Autism Research, Atlanta, GA, May
17.
2014 Rogers SJ. Early intervention in autism spectrum disorders – Quality of life for young
children with autism and their families. Superior Health Council, Brussels, Belgium,
June 20.
2014 Albert P, Swineford L, Thurm A, Rogers SJ. Early imitation and language
development in children with ASD. ASHA, Orange, CA, November 22.
Research Funding
Defining the Underlying Biology of Gastrointestinal Dysfunction in Autism. Autism Speaks,
2011-2013, $384,971 (annual direct costs). Co-Investigator.
Interdisciplinary Training for Autism Researchers, NIMH, T32 MH073124, 2009-2014,
$275,212 (annual direct costs), Principal Investigator.
Strengthening the Effects of Parent-Implemented Early Intervention to Improve Symptoms of
ASD. Autism Speaks, 2012-2015, $253,533.50 (annual direct costs). Principal Investigator.
UC Davis Center of Excellence in Developmental Disabilities. Department of Health and
Human Services, 9 0DD0670/01, 2011-2016, $554,000 (annual direct costs). Coinvestigator.
Center on Secondary Education for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders (CSESA).
University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, 2012-2017, $270,000 (annual direct costs). CoPrincipal Investigator.
Intervention Effects of Intensity and Delivery Style for Toddlers with ASD. National Institutes
of Health, 1R01MH10030, 2013-2018, $2,985,663 (annual direct costs). Principal
Investigator.
MIND Institute Intellectual and Developmental Research Center. National Institute of Child
Health and Human Development, U54HD079125, 2013-2018, $260,000 (annual direct
costs). Core Director.
Community Service
Chair, Autism Speaks Access to Early Care Grant Review
Chair, Autism Speaks Toddler Treatment Network
Member, Autism Advisory Board, Guilford Press, New York, NY
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Member, Graduate Group in Developmental Psychology, University of California Davis
Member, Graduate Group in Human Development University of California at Davis
Member, Michelangelo Project, Scientific Advisory Board
Member, Natural vs. Behavioral Interventions, Toddler Treatment Network Work Group
Member, NIH-Autism Speaks Consortium on Infant Siblings Studies in Autism
Member, NIH/NICHD Scientific Review Committee, IDDRC Review
Member, Planning Committee, International Meeting for Autism Research
Member, Professional Board of Advisors, Univ. Cal. Irvine Institute for Autism and Child
Development
Member, Editorial Board, Autism Research
Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders
Member, Editorial Board, Development and Psychopathology
Reviewer, Development and Psychopathology
Reviewer, Pediatrics
Reviewer, Infant Mental Health
Reviewer, Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders
Reviewer, Journal of Cognition and Development
Reviewer, Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience
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Jason Roof, M.D.
Presentations
2014 “Treating Patients In A Forensic Setting,” Audio-Digest Foundation.
2014 “Mental Defenses: Issues to Consider,” for the California District Attorneys
Association, Special Circumstances Seminar.
2014 “Mental Defenses,” for Yolo County Office of the District Attorney.
2014 “Mental Defenses,” for California Distric Attorneys Association, Special Circumstances
Seminar.
2014 Human Trafficking Webinar Series, Leader and Lecturer for the California District
Attorneys Association. A series of four lectures including
 "Child Sex Tourism and Legal Implications"
 "Human Trafficking, An Overview"
 "Characteristics of Human Trafficking Offenders"
 "Victims of Human Trafficking"
2014 “DSM-5 Overview,” lecture for Sacramento County Jail Psychiatric Services.
Community Service
Website Editor, American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law
Member, Computers Committee, American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law
Member, Membership Committee, American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law
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Ruth Salo, Ph.D.
Peer-Reviewed Papers
2014 Fassbender CF, Lesh T, Ursu S, Salo R. Reaction time Variability and Related Brain
Activity in Methamphetamine Psychosis. Biological Psychiatry. PMID: 25444164.
Book Chapter
2014 Ravizza S, Salo R. Task switching in psychiatric disorders. In J. Grange & G.
Houghton (Eds.), Task Switching, p 300-331. Cambridge: Oxford University Press.
Research Funding
Identifying Cognitive and Neural Risk Factors for Substance Dependence in ADHD,
NIH/NIDA, (R03 DA 031257), $150,000, 12/30/11-12/29/13 (NCE to 1/31/2015).
Co-Investigator
Neural and Cognitive Correlates of Comorbid Methamphetamine Abuse in Schizophrenia,
NIH/NIDA, (R01DA021847), $1,169,388.00, 4/01/09-03/30/15, Principal Investigator.
Community Service
Member, Imaging Research Center Safety Committee (2004-present)
Member, Admissions Committee, UC Davis School of Medicine (2008-present)
Committee Member, Tupin Awards, Intramural Grants Department of Psychiatry
Reviewer, NIH/NIDA I-Start
Reviewer, Biological Psychiatry
Reviewer, Drug and Alcohol Dependence
Reviewer, Addiction Biology
Reviewer, Psychiatry Research Neuroimaging
Reviewer, NMR in Biomedicine
Reviewer, Neuroimage
Reviewer, Psychopathology
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Lorin M. Scher, M.D.
Journal Articles
2013 Brady MC, Scher LM, Newman W. Fact or Fiction: Assessing Malingering in the
Emergency Room. Current Psychiatry 12(10): 33-40.
Book Chapters
2013 Scher LM, Kocsis B. “Psychotic Disorder Not Otherwise Specified: Neurocognitive
Disorders,” in DSM-5 Casebook. Ed. John Barnhill. American Psychiatric Publishing,
Inc.
2014 Scher LM, Knudsen P, Leamon M. “Somatic Symptom and Related Disorders,” in
Textbook of Psychiatry, 6th edition. Edited by Hales, Yudofsky, Roberts. American
Psychiatric Publishing, Inc.
2014 Scher LM, Puri S. Sedative, Hypnotic, Anxiolytic Use Disorders. Medscape
Reference. http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/290585-overview
2014 Scher LM, Frank J. "Special Applications of Neuro-Logic: Neuropsychiatry," in NeuroLogic: A Primer On Localization. Edited by Pearl, Emsellem. Demos Medical
Publishing.
Abstracts and Presentations
2013 Scher LM, Knudsen P. “DSM-5 Series: Somatic Symptom and Related Disorders.”
Department of Psychiatry Grand Rounds, UC Davis.
2013 Scher LM. Lecture on “DSM 5 Updates and The History of Psychopharmacology,”
California Northstate University College of Pharmacy (Invited Speaker).
2013 Scher LM, Casher M, Knudsen P, Gotlib D. Workshop on “Supportive Psychotherapy
Expanded: How to Teach in the C/L and Inpatient Setting.” Association for Academic
Psychiatry Annual Meeting.
2013 Scher LM, Raney L, Kern J, Liu D, Katon W. Symposium on "Overcoming ‘RealWorld’ Funding Barriers When Developing Integrated Models of Care,” Academy of
Psychosomatic Medicine Annual Meeting.
2013 Brady MC, Scher LM. “A case presentation: How to Assess For Malingering in the
Emergency Department.” Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine Annual Meeting.
2014 Wheelock V, Scher LM. Grand Rounds on “The Neuropsychiatry of Huntington’s
Disease: Preparing for a Phase 1 Stem Cell Trial.” Translational Grand Rounds
Series, Department of Psychiatry, UC Davis.
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2014 Klem K, Scher LM. Poster on “Brain Tingles on YouTube: Demographic
Characteristics of Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR) Video Users.”
UC Davis Research Symposium, UC Davis School of Medicine.
2014 Brady MC, Lenzi L, Drenton C, Moulin A, Newman W, Scher LM. Poster on “Fact or
Fiction: Psychiatric Malingering in the Emergency Department.” UC Davis Healthcare
Quality Forum, Sacramento CA.
2014 Scher LM. Lecture on “PTSD Updates,” UC Davis Clinical Pharmacotherapy
Conference, Napa, CA (Invited Speaker).
Research Funding
2013-16 Wheelock V (PI), Nolta J, Tempkin T, Scher LM (Co-Investigator), Shahlaie K,
Farias S. DR2A-05415: MSC engineered to produce BDNF for the treatment of
Huntington's disease. California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM).
Scientific Score: 87. $18,950,061.
http://www.cirm.ca.gov/ReviewSummary_DR2A-05415.
Community Service
Chair, Multidisciplinary Education Subcommittee, Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine
Co-Chair, Workgroup to Decrease Recidivism, UC Davis Health System
Member, Medical Staff Well Being Committee, UC Davis Health System
Member, UCDMC / SCMHTC Committee, UC Davis Health System
Member, Education Committee, Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine
Member, Patient Experience Provider Workgroup, UC Davis Hospital
Member, 4th Year Oversight Committee, UC Davis School of Medicine
Member, Sierra Sacramento Valley Medical Society, Emergency Psychiatry Mental Health
Taskforce
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Cynthia Schumann, Ph.D.
Journal Articles
2013 Bauman MD, Iosif A, Ashwood P, Braunschweig D, Lee A, Schumann CM, Van de
Water J, Amaral DG. Maternal antibodies from mothers of children with autism alter
brain growth and social behavior development in a rhesus monkey model.
Translational Psychiatry. Jul 9;3.
2014 Hunsaker MR, Scott JA, Bauman MD, Schumann CM, Amaral DG. Postnatal
development of the hippocampus in the Rhesus macaque (Macaca mulatta): A
longitudinal magnetic resonance imaging study. Hippocampus. March 20.
2014 Liu XB, Schumann CM. Optimization of electron microscopy for human brains with
long-term fixation and fixed-frozen sections. Acta Neuropathologica Communications.
April 11;2(1):42.
2014 Morgan JT, Barger N, Amaral DG, Schumann CM. Comprehensive stereological
study of amygdala cell populations in adolescents and adults with autism spectrum
disorder. PLOS one. Oct 17;9(10):e110356.
Presentations
2013 Schumann CM. Autism in the Brain. HELP Group Summit. Los Angeles, CA.
2013 Sheley M, Barger N, Schumann CM. Stereological investigation of the number of
neurons in the cortex of the human superior temporal gyrus. Society for Neuroscience.
San Diego, CA.
2013 Liu XB, Schumann CM. A method to optimize ultrastructural quality of long-term fixed
and frozen sectioned human brain white matter. Society for Neuroscience. San Diego,
CA.
2013 Ander BP, Barger N, Stamova B, Sharp FR, Schumann CM. Region specific
differences in small non-coding RNA expression in the cortex of autism brain. Society
for Neuroscience. San Diego, CA.
2013 Barger N, Luong L, Schumann CM, Amaral DG. Investigating age-related changes in
amygdala and hippocampus neuron number in autism. Society for Neuroscience. San
Diego, CA.
2014 Ander BP, Barger N, Stamova B, Sharp FR, Schumann CM. Region specific
differences in small non-coding RNA expression in the cortex of autism brain.
International meeting for autism research, Atlanta, GA.
2014 Weir RK, Forghany R, McAllister AK, Patterson PH, Schumann CM, Bauman MD.
Brain pathology in a nonhuman primate model of maternal immune activation. Society
for Neuroscience, Washington, DC.
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2014 Stamova B, Ander BP, Barger N, Sharp FR, Schumann CM. sncRNA expression
differs more with age and by region in typical brain development than in ASD. Society
for Neuroscience, Washington, DC.
2014 Barger N, Vargas MV, Schumann CM. Developmental trajectories of neuron numbers
across amygdaloid nuclei in Autism Spectrum Disorder. Society for Neuroscience,
Washington, DC.
Research Funding
R01-HD042974 (PI: Simon) 6/1/10 -5/31/15, NICHD, Visuospatial Cognitive Deficit in
Del22q11.2 Syndrome, Role: Co-Investigator.
R03 MH 104735-01 (PI: Schumann) 7/1/14-6/29/16, NIMH. Axonal Ultrastructure of
Temporal White Matter in Autism.
Typical and Pathological Growth Trajectories of the Human Amygdaloid Complex. NIMH.
9/11-8/16. $250,000. Principal Investigator.
R01 NS16980-24 (PI:Amaral) 12/01/11 – 11/3/16, NINDS, Functional Organization of the
Hippocampal Formation. Role: Co-Investigator.
Autism BrainNet Contract (PI: Schumann) 5/1/14-4/30/19, Foundation Associates. UC Davis
MIND Institute Brain Endowment for Autism Research Sciences (BEARS) tissue program.
Community Service
Member, Human Anatomical Specimen and Tissue Oversight Committee (HASTOC), UC
Davis School of Medicine
Member, International Society for Autism Research (INSAR) Special Interest Group
Selection Committee
Member, NIH Developmental Brain Disorders (DBD) Study Section
Member, Node Directors Workgroup, Autism BrainNet, Foundation Associates
Member, Editorial Board, Acta Neuropathologica Communications
Reviewer, Acta Neuropathologica
Reviewer, Annals of Neurology
Reviewer, Archives of General Psychiatry
Reviewer, Brain
Reviewer, Biological Psychiatry
Reviewer, Cerebral Cortex
Reviewer, Journal of Comparative Neurology
Reviewer, Journal of Neuroscience
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Julie Schweitzer, Ph.D.
Journal Articles
2014 Fassbender C, Houde S, Silver-Balbus S, Ballard K, Kim B, Rutledge KJ, Dixon JF,
Iosif AM, Schweitzer JB & McClure SM. The decimal effect: behavioral and neural
bases for a novel influence on intertemporal choice in healthy individuals and in
ADHD. J Cogn Neurosci. Nov;26(11):2455-68. doi:10.1162/jocn_a_00642. Epub Apr
16, 2014. PMID: 24738767.
2014 Rose E, Salmeron, B, Ross T, Waltz J, Schweitzer JB, McClure SM, Stein E.
Temporal difference error prediction signal dysregulation in cocaine dependence.
Neuropsychopharmacology. 2014 Jun;39(7):1732-42. doi: 10.1038/npp.2014.21. Epub
2014 Jan 29. PMCID:PMC4023147
Book Chapters
2013 Abbeduto L, Ozonoff S, John A, McDuffie A, Schweitzer, JB. Neurodevelopmental
Disorders. In RE Hales, S Yudofsky, L Roberts (Eds.) The Textbook of Psychiatry,
Sixth Edition. Arlington, Virginia. American Psychiatric Publishing.
2014 Rutledge KJ, Brahmbhatt K, Schweitzer JB. Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.
In B. Moghaddam, R.H. Hagerman and R. Henderson (Eds.) Treatment of
Neurodevelopmental Disorders: Targeting Neurobiological Mechanisms. Oxford
Press.
Presentations
2013 Rutledge KJ, Dixon JF, Fassbender C, Hartanto TA, Calfee E, Schweitzer JB. Delay
Discounting on Academic Achievement in ADHD. Society for Neurosciences. San
Diego, November.
2013 Schweitzer JB, Turgeon J. (December). Mentoring Mosaic: The Faculty Mentoring
Program at UC Davis Schools of Health. Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral
Sciences Grand Rounds, University of California, Davis School of Medicine.
Sacramento, CA.
2014 Schweitzer JB, Dixon JF. (February). Update on ADHD: from Neuroscience to
Practice. Sacramento Valley Psychological Association. Sacramento, CA.
2014 Schweitzer JB, Dixon JF. (March). ADHD. Sacramento Country Day School.
2014 Hartanto TA, Krafft C, Schweitzer JB. Examining Activity Rates and Task
Performance Accuracy in Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. Association for
Psychological Science. San Francisco, CA, May.
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2014 Schweitzer JB. (May). Everything You Wanted to Know about The Teen Brain.
Congregation Beth Shalom. Carmichael, CA.
2014 Turgeon J, Moreno J, Schweitzer JB, Bachlava E, Savidge B, Engebrecht J. (May).
Making the Most of Your Mentorship. Women in Medicine and Association for Women
in Science, Sacramento Valley Chapter, UC Davis, Davis, CA.
Active Grant Support
Effects of lisdexamfetamine on cognitive control and reward response in adolescents and
young adults with ADHD: neural and clinical outcomes. Principal Investigator, Shire
Pharmaceuticals. Principal Investigator, Grant Period 03/01/2013-09/30/2014. $284,135
(TDC).
Treatment of Fragile X Syndrome with a Neuroactive Steroid, DOD. Co-Investigator.
Principal Investigator: Randi Hagerman. Grant Period: 7/1/2011-6/30/2015. $972,780
(YTDC)
Identifying Markers for Treatment Response to Cognitive Training in Autism Spectrum
Disorders, Principal Investigator, DOD. Grant Period 7/15/2013-6/30/2015. $100,000 (ADC).
Virtual Reality Applications for the Study of Attention and Learning in Autism and ADHD, IES.
Senior Investigator. Principal Investigator: Peter Mundy. Grant Period: 03/01/2012 02/28/2016, $256,656 (YDC).
Supplement 1 to Developmental Changes in Neural Processes Underlying Impulsivity and
ADHD. Principal Investigator: Schweitzer, NIMH/NIH Grant Period: 06/02/2014 – 05/31/2016.
Developmental Changes in Neural Processes Underlying Impulsivity and ADHD. Principal
Investigator, NIMH/NIH, Grant Period 8/15/2012 – 5/31/2016. $2,979,419 (TDC).
UC Davis Clinical and Translational Science Center, NIH. Co-Investigator. Principal
Investigator: Lars Berglund. Grant Period: 7/1/2011-6/30/2016. Direct costs:
$20,008,623.Total Yearly Costs: $3,093,280
UC Davis Center of Excellence in Development Disabilities, DHHS Administration for
Children and Families, 90DD0596/01, (Co-Investigator, 2% effort), Principal Investigator:
Robin Hansen. Grant period: 07/01/2012 – 06/30/2016. Annual direct cost: $500,000 per
year.
Cognitive Training for Fragile X Syndrome, John Merck Fund, Co-Principal Investigator:
Principal Investigator: David Hessl. Grant Period: 1/1/2013-12/31/2017. Annual Direct Costs:
$250,000.
CHildhood Autism Risks from Genetics and Environment (CHARGE) Study, Co-Investigator.
Principal Investigator: Hertz-Piccioto. NIEHS/NIH. Grant Period: 09/1/2013-08/31/2018.
$750,000 (ADC).
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MIND Institute Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Research Center. Co-Director
Assessment and Recruitment core. Principal Investigator: Abbeduto. NICHD/NIH Grant
Period: 10/01/2013-9/30/2018.
Community Service
Co-Director, Mentored Clinical Research Training Program-CTSC, University of
California, Davis
Director, Mentoring Academy, University of California, School of Health
Grant Reviewer, Internal Submissions, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Grant Reviewer, French National Research Agency; NIMH Therapeutic Gaming 2013/10
ZMH1 ERB-D (07); NIMH/NIH, ITVC Study Section (ad hoc); NIH K-18 Short-term
Mentored Career Enhancement Awards (June 2014)
Member, CTSC Education and Research Training Oversight Committee
Member, UC Davis Schools of Health Sciences Mentor Academy Workgroup;
Chair, Curriculum Committee (including facilitator for Mentor Academy workshops on the
UCDHS campus); Co-Center Mentoring Director, MIND Institute
Member, Department of Human Development, Curriculum Committee, University of
California, Davis
Member, Research Affairs Committee, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences,
University of California Davis, School of Medicine
Member, T32 CTSC Predoctoral Clinical Research Training Program Selection Committee
Member, Kitchen Cabinet, CTSC, University of California, Davis
Member, Graduate Group in School of Education
Member, Graduate Group in Clinical Research, Executive Committee, University of
California, Davis
Member, Graduate Group in Human Development
Member, Graduate Group in Psychology-Perception, Cognition, and Cognitive Neuroscience
Member, Editorial Board, ADHD Report
Teaching Service
PGY-III Psychiatry Residents lectures in ADHD (2/year)
Child and adolescent psychiatry residents – lectures on ADHD
Curriculum committee for Responsible Conduct in Research for CTSC education program
IOR for Introduction to Clinical Research - CLH 200, University of California, Davis School of
Medicine
IOR for T2 Methods in Clinical Research - CLH 203, University of California, Davis School of
Medicine
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Andrés Felipe Sciolla, M.D.
Journal Articles
2014 MacDonald K, Thomas ML, MacDonald TM, Sciolla AF. A Perfect Childhood? Clinical
Correlates of Minimization and Denial on the Childhood Trauma Questionnaire. J
Interpers Violence. Jun 30. pii: 0886260514539761. [Epub ahead of print]
Abstracts and Presentations
2013 Rao N, Sperber J, Dewan M, Aggarwal R, Sciolla AF. The IMG Journey to an
American Psychiatric Career: Roadmap for Success, 65th Institute for Psychiatric
Services, Philadelphia, PN, October 11.
2013 Sciolla AF. “Desigualdades en salud mental en la población LGBT: Implicaciones en
salud pública, malla curricular médica de pregrado y atención de salud” [Mental
Health Disparities in LGBT Population: Implications in Public Health, Undergraduate
Medical Education Curriculum and Healthcare], Grand Rounds presentation,
Department of Psychiatry, University of Chile Eastern Division, Santiago, Chile,
November 27.
2014 Sciolla AF. How Socioeconomic Disadvantage Gets Under Our Skins: Biological
Embedding of Stress as a Mechanism of Health Disparities, 30th Annual Latino
Medical Student Association Western Regional Conference, Transforming Our Script
in Medicine: Advancing Leadership in Policy, Research and Community, University of
California, Davis School of Medicine, March 21 and 22.
2014 Sciolla AF. Double Jeopardy: LGBT Issues in the Latino Community, 30 th Annual
Latino Medical Student Association Western Regional Conference, Transforming Our
Script in Medicine: Advancing Leadership in Policy, Research and Community,
University of California, Davis School of Medicine, March 21 and 22.
2014 Sciolla AF. Symposium panelist and planner for Global Psychiatric Education and
Practice: Role of International Medical Graduates in American Psychiatry (Symposium
Chair: Nyapati Rao, MD), American Psychiatric Association 167th Annual Meeting,
New York, NY, May 3.
2014 Sciolla AF. Trauma and Psychosis in African Americans: A Clue to Misdiagnosis of
Schizophrenia? Annual Meeting, Society for the Study of Psychiatry and Culture, San
Diego, CA, May 17.
2014 Loeb T, Sciolla AF, Chin D, Cale W. The contribution of somatic and depressive
symptoms to perceived health among a community sample of women with child
sexual abuse histories. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting, Society for the Study
of Psychiatry and Culture, San Diego, CA, May 17.
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Research Funding
1R34 1R-34MH099296, NIMH, Hinton (PI); Sciolla (Co-Investigator), 2013 – 2016. A Familybased Primary Care Intervention to Enhance Older Men's Depression Care.
1R01HS021477-01A1, UC Davis Project # 201302260, $2.5m, Agency for Healthcare
Research and Quality, Yellowlees (PI); Sciolla (C-Investigator), 2013 – 2017. A controlled
trial of patient centered telepsychiatry interventions.
Community Service
Member, Admission Committee, UC Davis School of Medicine
Member, Dean’s LGBTQI Advisory Council, UC Davis Medical Center
Member, Doctoral Dissertation Committee, Ellen Goldstein, The Betty Irene Moore School of
Nursing, UC Davis
Member, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, Queer, Questioning and Allies
Electronic Medical Records Task Force, University of California, Davis Medical Center
Member, Physician Well-Being Committee, UC Davis Medical Center
Member, Steering Committee for Doctoring, UC Davis School of Medicine
Peer Reviewer, Academic Psychiatry
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Charles L. Scott, M.D.
Journal Articles
2013 Scott CL: Mental Health Response to Reported Inmate Abuse. Correctional Law
Reporter, September.
2013 Ferranti J, McDermott BD, Scott CL: Characteristics of female homicide offenders
found not guilty by reason of insanity. J Am Acad Psychiatry Law. 41(4):516-22.
2014 Warburton K, Scott CL: Violence Risk Assessment and Treatment. CNS Spectrums.
19:5
2014 Scott CL, Resnick PJ: Clinical assessment of psychotic and mood disorder symptoms
for risk of future violence. CNS Spectrums. 19:5
Book Chapters
2013 Scott CL: Unfairness, in DSM-5 Clinical Cases, Edited by Barnhill JW. Washington,
DC, American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc.
2014 Scott CL: Chat rooms and Social Networking Sites in Adolescent Sexual Behavior in
The Digital Age: Considerations for Clinicians, Legal Professionals and Educators,
Edited by Saleh F, Grudzinskas A, and Judge A. New York, NY, Oxford University
Press.
2014 Scott CL, del Busto E: Chemical and surgical castration, in Sex Offender Laws:
Failed
Policies, New Directions, Second Edition. Edited by Wright RG. New York, Springer
Publishing Company.
2014 Scott CL, Resnick PJ, Newman WJ: Violence: Psychiatric Assessment and
Intervention in Violent Offenders: Understanding and Assessment, Edited by Pietz CA
and Mattson CA, Oxford University Press.
Presentations
2013 “Psychic Harm and Workers Compensation,” American Academy of Psychiatry and
the Law, San Diego.
2013 “Death Penalty,” American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, San Diego.
2013 “Correctional Psychiatry,” American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, San Diego.
2013 “Child Abuse/Child Witness,” American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, San
Diego.
2013 Psychiatric Disability,” American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, San Diego.
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2013 “Child Custody,” American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, San Diego.
2013 ”Juvenile Court and Minor’s Rights,” American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law,
San Diego.
2013 “Right to Treatment,” American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, San Diego.
2013 “The Unconscious Offender: Sleep, Parasomnias, and Amnesia,” American Academy
of Psychiatry and the Law, San Diego.
2013 “10 Reasons Why Psychiatrists Should DO Their Own Psychometric Testing,” San
Diego, California, October.
2013 “Psychological Testing of Feigned Psychosis: Test or Testing,” San Diego, California.
2013 “Landmark Case Updates: The Supremes’ Recent Rulings,” San Diego, California,
October.
2013 “Psychological Testing of Claimed Amnesia: A Guide to Remember,” San Diego,
California, October.
2014 “Treatment of ASPD and Psychopathy: Hope or Hopeless?”, American Psychiatric
Association Annual Conference, New York City, New York.
2014 “Evaluating Amnesia: A Guide to Remember,” American Psychiatric Association
Annual Conference, New York City, New York.
Community Service
Chair, National Financial Task Force, American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law
Chair, National Technology Task Force, American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law
Chair, UC Davis/Napa Forensic Training Committee
Past President, American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law
Editor, “Muse and Views,” Newsletter of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law
Member, Association of Directors of Forensic Psychiatry Fellowships (ADFPF)
Member, Institute for Research and Education, American Academy of Psychiatry and the
Law
Member, Maintenance of Certification Committee, American Academy of Psychiatry and the
Law
Member, National Awards Committee, American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law
Member, National Education Committee, American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law
Member, National Program Committee, American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law
Member, National Committee for Evaluation of Sex Offenders, American Academy of
Psychiatry and the Law
Member, Nominating Committee, American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law
Member, Editorial Board, American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc.
Member, Editorial Board, Correctional Mental Health Law Reporter
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Member, Editorial Board, Psychiatric Clinics of North America
Reviewer, Academic Psychiatry
Reviewer, American Journal of Psychiatry
Reviewer, Behavioral Sciences and the Law
Reviewer, Criminal Behavior and Mental Health
Reviewer, Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law
Reviewer, Psychiatric Services
Reviewer, The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry
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Andreea L. Seritan, M.D.
Journal Articles
2014 Seritan AL, Nguyen DV, Mu Y, Tassone F, Bourgeois JA, Schneider A,
Cogswell J, Cook K, Leehey M, Grigsby J, Olichney JM, Adams P, Legg W,
Zhang L, Hagerman PJ, Hagerman RJ. Memantine for fragile X-associated
tremor/ataxia syndrome (FXTAS): a randomized, double-blind, placebocontrolled trial. J Clin Psychiatry 75:264-71
2014 Yang JC, Simon C, Schneider A, Seritan A, Hamilton L, Hagerman PJ,
Hagerman RJ, Olichney JM. Abnormal semantic processing and episodic
memory in females with fragile X-associated tremor/ataxia syndrome (FXTAS).
Genes Brain Behav 13:152-62
2014 Besterman A, Wilke SA, Mulligan T-E, Allison SC, Hagerman RJ, Seritan AL,
Bourgeois JA. Toward an understanding of neuropsychiatric manifestations in
fragile X premutation carriers. Future Neurol 9(2):227-39
2014 Prabhakar D, Balon R, Anzia J, Gabbard G, Lomax J, Bandstra B, Eisen J,
Figuera S, Garton T, Rubel M, Seritan A, Zisook S. Helping psychiatry residents
cope with patient suicide. Acad Psychiatry 38:593-7
2014 Seritan AL, Rai G, Servis M, Pomeroy C. The Office of Student Wellness:
Innovating to improve student mental health. Acad Psychiatry 2014 May 20
[Epub ahead of print]
2014 Yang JC, Niu YQ, Simon C, Seritan AL, Chen L, Schneider A, Torabi Moghaddam S,
Hagerman P, Hagerman R, Olichney J. Memantine effects on verbal memory in fragile
X-associated tremor/ataxia syndrome (FXTAS): a double-blind brain potential study.
Neuropsychopharmacology 39:2760-8 Epub 2014 May 29.
Abstracts and Presentations
2013 Seritan AL, Garma S. “Supporting your family member through medical school:
Workshop for families”. UC Davis School of Medicine Induction, Davis
2013 Seritan AL. “Do I have what it takes? Becoming a medical student” (Workshop). 11 th
Annual UC Davis Pre-Medical and Pre-Health Professions National Conference, Davis
2013 Seritan AL, Mehta M. “Thorny laurels: The impostor syndrome in academic medicine”
(Workshop). Association for Academic Psychiatry Annual Meeting, Charleston, SC
2013 Hilty D, Jibson M, Seritan AL, Ravindranath D, Bourgeois J, Lu F. “Clinician-educator
tracks: An update of two ‘mature’ tracks and steps to move forward from the pilot
stage” (Workshop). Association for Academic Psychiatry Annual Meeting, Charleston,
SC
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2014 Seritan AL. “Being a Psychiatrist.” American Medical Student Association
American River College Physician Speaker Series, Sacramento
2014 Seritan AL. “Feeling like a fraud: The impostor syndrome in academic medicine”
(Workshop). Western Group on Educational Affairs Annual Meeting, Honolulu, HI
2014 Seritan AL, Paterniti DA. “Military medical student support strategy at UC Davis
School of Medicine” (Poster). Western Group on Educational Affairs Annual Meeting,
Honolulu, HI, and Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
Grantee Meeting, Washington, D.C.
Community Service
Chair, Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing (SON) Clinical Faculty Search Committees
Chair, UC Davis School of Medicine Dean’s Advisory Council for Student Wellness
Co-Chair, UC Davis School of Medicine Learning Climate Committee
Faculty sponsor, UCD American Medical Women’s Association Student Chapter
Member, Association of American Medical Colleges Group on Student Affairs
Member, Association of American Medical Colleges Group on Women in Medicine and
Science
Member, Association of American Medical Colleges Group on Women in Medicine and
Science, Member Engagement Subcommittee
Member, SON Nursing Science and Health-Care Leadership Graduate Group
Member, SON Nursing Science and Health-Care Leadership Graduate Group,
Educational Policy and Curricular Development Committee
Member, UC Davis Women in Medicine and Health Sciences Steering Committee
Member, UC Davis School of Medicine Education Council
Member, UC Davis School of Medicine Dean’s Council
Member, Liaison Committee on Medical Education Oversight Task Force
Member, Compensation Advisory Committee
Reviewer, Academic Psychiatry
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Mark Servis, M.D.
Journal Articles
2014 Sanders K, Servis M, Boland B. The four general competencies. Academic Psychiatry
38:268-274.
2014 Widge A, Hunt J, Servis M. Systems-based practice and practice-based learning for
the general psychiatry: old competencies, new emphasis. Academic Psychiatry
38:288-293.
2014 Seritan AL, Rai G, Servis M, Pomeroy C. The office of student wellness: innovating to
improve student mental health. Academic Psychiatry 40:152-155.
Abstracts and Presentations
2013 Servis M. Methods of effective student and resident assessment. Grand Rounds,
Department of Radiology, University of California, Davis, School of Medicine,
Sacramento, California.
2013 Servis M, Kocsis B. Promoting a positive learning environment. Grand Rounds,
Department of Orthopedic Surgery, University of California, Davis, School of Medicine,
Sacramento, California.
2013 Servis M. Promoting a positive learning environment. Grand Rounds, Department of
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, University of California, Davis, School of
Medicine, Sacramento, California.
2014 Servis M. Personality disorders, psychosomatic medicine, PTSD, psychotherapy.
ACP 2014 Psychiatry Review. American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, New
York, New York.
2014 Ton H, Servis M, Kuilanoff E. Addressing professionalism problems with the PI-5
professionalism lapse characterization tool: cases from the UC Davis School of
Medicine. AAMC Western Group for Educational Affairs Regional Conference,
Honolulu, Hawaii.
2014 Fancher T, Henderson M, Gonzalez P, Servis M. A six-year UME/GME program to
address the primary care workforce shortage: early lessons from UC Davis. AAMC
Western Group for Educational Affairs Regional Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii.
2014 Aronowitz P, Cortes Lopez R, Servis M, Drummer J, Henderson M. Observing the
observer observing: standardized resident teaching of the physical examination.
Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine Conference, Nashville,
Tennessee.
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Research Funding
2014 Josiah Macy Grant, Interprofessional Education for Pain Competencies, Heather
Young and Scott Fishman co-PIs, 1% funding support.
2014 OSHPD WET Education Capacity-Psychiatrists, Integrated Medicine / Psychiatry
Ambulatory Residency Training (IMPART) Preventive Public Psychiatry (P3).
Community Service
Chair, Anatomical Materials Review Committee, UC Davis School of Medicine
Chair, Education Council, UC Davis School of Medicine
Chair, Education Policy Committee, Adult Psychiatry Residency Training Program,
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Chair, Learning Climate Committee, UC Davis School of Medicine
Chair, LCME Self Study Task Force, UC Davis School of Medicine
Chair, Combined Training Task Force, American Association of Directors of Psychiatry
Residency Training
Chair, Adult Psychiatry Resident Applicant Selection Committee, Department of Psychiatry
and Behavioral Sciences
Member, Block Council, UC Davis School of Medicine
Member, Committee on Educational Policy, UC Davis School of Medicine
Member, Committee on Student Progress, UC Davis School of Medicine
Member, Curriculum Review Subcommittee, UC Davis School of Medicine
Member, Dean’s Council, UC Davis Health System
Member, Doctoring Steering Committee, UC Davis School of Medicine
Member, Educational Policy Committee, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Member, Fourth Year Oversight Committee, UC Davis School of Medicine
Member, Health System Leadership Committee, UC Davis Health System
Member, Psychiatry Milestones Committee, Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical
Education
Member, Psychiatry Subspecialty Milestones Committee, Accreditation Council for Graduate
Medical Education
Member, Recruitment Committee, American Association of Directors of Psychiatry
Residency Training
Member, Residency Review Committee for Psychiatry, Accreditation Council for Graduate
Medical Education
Member, Third Year Clerkship IOR Committee, UC Davis School of Medicine
Member, USMLE Step 2 Interdisciplinary Review Committee, National Board of Medical
Examiners (NBME)
Responsible Executive Officer and Chair, Human Anatomical Specimen and
Tissue Oversight Committee, UC Davis
Reviewer, Academic Psychiatry
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Hong Shen, M.D.
Books
2014 Shen H, Hendren RL: Child and Adolescent Psychiatry for the Specialty Board
Review, Fourth Edition, Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, New York and London.
Community Service
Co-chair, AACAP Adolescent Psychiatry Committee
Liaison AACAP Representative to the Boys Initiative
Member, Advisory Council, Boys Initiative
Reviewer, Adolescent Psychiatry
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Jill L Silverman, Ph.D.
Journal Articles
2013 Silverman JL, Gastrell PT, Karras MN, Solomon M, Crawley JN. Cognitive Abilities
on Transitive Inference Using a Novel Touchscreen Technology for Mice. Cerebral
Cortex. Nov 28. [Epub ahead of print].
2014 Brielmaier J, Senerth JM, Silverman JL, Matteson PG, Millonig JH, DiCicco-Bloom E,
Crawley JN. Chronic desipramine treatment rescues depression-related, social and
cognitive deficits in Engrailed-2 knockout mice. Genes Brain and Behavior.
Mar;13(3):286-298.
Abstracts and Presentations
2013 Flannery BM, Bruun DA, Rowland DJ, Banks CN, Tancredi DJ, Silverman JL, Lein
PJ. Spatiotemporal Patterns of Neuroinflammation and Persistent Behavioral Deficits
in a Rat Model of Acute DFP Intoxication. Countermeasures Against Chemical
Threats (CounterACT) Annual Meeting, National Institutes of Neurological Disorders
and Stroke, Bethesda, MD.
2013 Flannery BM, Silverman JL, Bruun DA, Puhger KR, Crawley JN, Lein PJ. Behavioral
Assessments in NIH Swiss Mice Acutely Intoxicated with
Tetramethylenedisulfotetramine (TETS). UC Davis Countermeasures Against
Chemical Threats (CounterACT) Annual Retreat, Davis, CA.
2013 Bruun DA, Flannery BM, Rowland DJ, Banks CN, Tancredi DJ, Austin AT, Ouyang Y,
Silverman JL, Lein PJ. Persistent Cognitive Impairment and Neural Injury in a Rat
Model of Acute DFP Intoxication. UC Davis Countermeasures Against Chemical
Threats (CounterACT) Annual Retreat, Davis, CA.
2013 Silverman JL, Gastrell PT, Pride MC, Hayes JE, Karras MN, Solomon M, Crawley
JN. Touchscreen learning of transitive inference in B6 mice and deficits in the BTBR
mouse model of autism. Society for Neuroscience 43rd Annual Meeting, San Diego,
CA.
2014 Silverman JL, Pride MC, Hayes JE, Crawley JN R(+)-baclofen, a GABAB agonist,
reduced stereotyped and repetitive behavior in the BTBR and C58 mouse models of
autism. International Meeting for Autism Research 11th Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA.
2014 Crawley JN, Silverman JL, Paylor R, Lammers S, Dhamne S, Rotenberg A, Sahin M,
Ring RH, Smith DG. Preclinical Autism Consortium for Therapeutics (PACT):
Developing a Platform for Medications Discovery. International Meeting for Autism
Research 11th Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA.
2014 Invited Panelist, Interdisciplinary Training Conference on Developmental Disabilities,
How to Begin Developing an Interdisciplinary Program of Research.
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2014 Invited Speaker and Co-Chair, International Behavioral Neuroscience Society
Symposium, “Advanced Assays for Therapeutic Development in Models of Autism
Spectrum Disorders.”
2014 Invited Speaker, Angelman Syndrome Foundation and Duplication 15q Syndrome
Alliance’s Joint Scientific Meeting, “Therapeutic Development in Models of Autism
Spectrum Disorders.”
Research Support
National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, MIND Institute P30 (Abbeduto,
PI) 10/1/2013-2018. Center for Excellence for Intellectual Disabilities. Key personnel. Rodent
Behavioral Core E.
Autism Speaks Targeted Award (Crawley, Sahin, Jones, Multi-PIs; Silverman CoInvestigator). Preclinical Autism Consortium for Therapeutics.
Dup15q Alliance Grant Award (Silverman, PI). Functional characterization of a mouse model
of Duplication 15q syndrome.
CounterAct Center (Lein, PI; Silverman, Co-Investigator). Novel anticonvulsant and
neuroprotective therapies for TETS and OP intoxication.
Community Service:
Grant Reviewer, Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs, FY13 Tuberous
Sclerosis Complex Research Program
Grant Reviewer, Sparks Foundation for Children’s Health, UK.
Reviewer, Behavioural Brain Research
Reviewer, Biological Psychiatry
Reviewer, Brain and Behavior
Reviewer, Cerebral Cortex
Reviewer, Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders
Reviewer, Molecular Autism
Reviewer, Neuropsychopharmacology
Reviewer, Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior
Reviewer, Psychoneuroendocrinology
Reviewer, PLoS ONE
Reviewer, Schizophrenia Research
Reviewer, Translational Psychiatry
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Tony J. Simon, Ph.D.
Journal Articles
2013 Angkustsiri K, Goodlin-Jones B, Deprey L, Brahmbatt K, Harris S, Simon TJ.
Social impairments in 22q11.2DS: Autism Spectrum Disorder or a different
endophenotype? Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. September.
2013 Kim S-Y, Hashimoto R-I, Tassone F, Simon TJ, Rivera SM. Altered neural
activity of magnitude estimation processing in adults with the fragile X premutation.
Journal of Psychiatric Research, 47, 1909-1916.
2014 Wong LM, Riggins T, Harvey D, Cabaral M, Simon TJ. Children with chromosome
22q11.2 deletion syndrome exhibit impaired spatial working memory. American
Journal of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, 119, 115-132, DOI:
10.1352/1944-7558-119.2.115.
2014 Quintero AI, Beaton EA, Harvey DJ, Ross JL, Simon TJ. Common and specific
impairments in attention functioning in girls with chromosome 22q11.2 deletion, fragile
X, or Turner syndromes. Journal of Neurodevelopmental Disorders, 6, 5,
DOI:10.1186/1866-1955-6-5.
2014 Kim S-Y, Tassone F, Simon TJ, Rivera SM. Altered neural activity in the 'when'
pathway during temporal processing in fragile X premutation carriers. Behavioral Brain
Research, 261, 240-248.
2014 Shapiro HM, Tassone F, Choudhary N, Simon TJ. The development of cognitive
control in children with chromosome 22q11.2 deletion syndrome. Frontiers in
Psychology; Developmental Psychology DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.00566
2014 Schneider M, Debbané M, Bassett AS, Chow EWC, Fung W, van den Bree M,
Owen M, Murphy KC, Niarchou M, Kates WR, Antshel KM, Fremont W, McDonald-McGinn
DM, Gur RE, Zackai EH, Vorstman J, Duijff SN, Klaassen PS, Gothelf D, Green T, Weizman
A, Van Amelsvoort T, Evers R, Boot E, Shashi V, Hooper SR, Bearden CE, Jalbrzkowski M,
Armando M, Vicari S, Murphy DG, Ousley O, Campbell LE, Simon TJ, Eliez S, and the
International 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome Consortium. Psychiatric disorders from childhood
to adulthood in 22q11.2 deletion syndrome (22q11.2DS): Results from the International
22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome Consortium psychiatric platform. American Journal of
Psychiatry. DOI:10.1176/appi.ajp.2013.13070864.
2014 Wong LM, Goodrich-Hunsaker NJ, McLennan Y, Tassone F, Zhang M, Rivera SM,
Simon TJ. Eye movements reveal impaired inhibitory control in adult male fragile X
premutation carriers asymptomatic for FXTAS. Neuropsychology 28, 571–584 DOI:
10.1037/neu0000066.
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2014 Leow A, Harvey D, Goodrich-Hunsaker N, Gadelkarim J, Kumar A, Zhan L,
Rivera SM, Simon TJ. Altered Structural Brain Connectome Properties In Young
Adult Fragile X Premutation Carriers. Human Brain Mapping, 35, 4518-530
DOI: 10.1002/hbm.22491.
Presentations
2013 “Integrating cognitive and affective factors to understand mental health in youth with
chromosome 22q11.2 deletion syndrome”. Psychiatry and Mental Health. Trinity
College, Dublin.
2013 “Integrating cognitive and affective factors to understand mental health in youth with
chromosome 22q11.2 deletion syndrome/VCFS”. Psychiatry and Mental Health.
Trinity College, Dublin. 20th International Scientific Meeting of the VCFS Educational
Foundation, Dublin, Ireland.
2013 “Integrating cognitive and emotional (and environmental) factors to understand
functional outcomes chromosome 22q11.2 deletion syndrome”. Behavior, Learning
and Mental Health: Bringing It All Together” 22q11.2DS Conference. Cincinnati
Children’s Hospital. Cincinnati, OH.
2013 Mind, Brain and Behavior Aspects of 22q11.2DS. Kaiser Permanente Seminars in
Genetics – 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome (Webinar) – with Kathleen Angkustsiri.
2013 “Integrating cognitive and affective factors to understand mental health in youth with
chromosome 22q11.2 deletion syndrome. A Healthy You and 22q Conference.
Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Columbus. OH.
2013 Integrating cognitive and affective factors to understand mental health in youth with
chromosome 22q11.2 deletion syndrome. Griffith University Applied Psychology
Department, Brisbane QLD. Australia.
2013 Integrating cognitive and affective factors to understand mental health in youth with
chromosome 22q11.2 deletion syndrome. Newcastle University Psychology
Department, Newcastle NSW. Australia.
2013 Integrating cognitive and affective factors to understand mental health in youth with
chromosome 22q11.2 deletion syndrome”. Departments of Psychological Medicine
and Pediatrics, Westmead Children’s Hospital, Sydney, NSW. Australia.
2013 Integrating cognitive and affective factors to understand mental health in youth with
chromosome 22q11.2 deletion syndrome. NSW 22q/VCFS Australia Family Meeting,
Westmead Children’s Hospital, Sydney, NSW. Australia.
2013 Cognitive impairments and implications for learning in children with chromosome
22q11.2 deletion syndrome. NSW 22q/VCFS Australia Family Meeting, Westmead
Children’s Hospital, Sydney, NSW. Australia.
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2013 Integrating cognitive and affective factors to understand mental health in youth with
chromosome 22q11.2 deletion syndrome. Departments of Psychiatry and Pediatrics,
Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne, VIC. Australia.
2013 Integrating cognitive and affective factors to understand mental health in youth with
chromosome 22q11.2 deletion syndrome. Victoria 22q/VCFS Australia Family
Meeting, Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne, VIC. Australia.
2013 Cognitive impairments and implications for learning in children with chromosome
22q11.2 deletion syndrome Victoria 22q/VCFS Australia Family Meeting, Royal
Children’s Hospital, Melbourne, VIC. Australia.
2013 Integrating cognitive and affective factors to understand mental health in youth with
chromosome 22q11.2 deletion syndrome. Mater Medical Research Institute, Mater
Children’s Hospital, Brisbane, QLD. Australia.
2013 Integrating cognitive and affective factors to understand mental health in youth with
chromosome 22q11.2 deletion syndrome. QLD 22q/VCFS Australia Family Meeting,
Mater Children’s Hospital, Brisbane, QLD. Australia.
2013 Cognitive impairments and implications for learning in children with chromosome
22q11.2 deletion syndrome Victoria 22q/VCFS Australia Family Meeting, Mater
Children’s Hospital, Brisbane, QLD. Australia.
2014 Integrating cognitive and affective factors to understand and improve outcomes in
youth with chromosome 22q11.2 deletion syndrome. Children’s Hospital of Colorado
Genetics Grand Rounds, University of Colorado School of Medicine, Denver CO.
2014 Integrating cognitive and affective factors to understand and improve outcomes in
youth with chromosome 22q11.2 deletion syndrome. Institute on Development and
Disability, Oregon Health and Science University, Portland OR.
Research Funding
22q Healthy Minds Clinic. Dempster Foundation, 1/1/14-12/31/14, $6,000. T. Simon, PI.
Visuospatial cognitive deficit in del22q11.2 syndrome. NIH/NICHD, 2009-2015, $422,113
(annual direct), 2 R01-HD042974. T. Simon, PI.
Center of Excellence in Developmental Disabilities. DHHS/AUCD. 7/1/07-6/30/16, R.
Hansen, PI; T. Simon, Investigator.
The International Consortium on Brain and Behavior in 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome.
NIH/NIMH, 9/26/13-7/31/17, $1,524,155. R. Gur, PI; T. Simon, Subcontractor.
MIND Institute Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Research Center. NIH/NICHD &
MIND Institute, 9/1/13-8/31/18, $844,156. L. Abbeduto, PI; T. Simon, Assoc. Director/CoInvestigator.
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Community Service
Associate Editor, American Journal of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Founding Master Mentor, Mentoring Academy, University of California Davis Schools of
Health
Member, Editorial Board, Frontiers in Child and Neurodevelopmental Psychiatry
Member, Editorial Board, Frontiers in Genetic Disorders
Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Neurodevelopmental Disorders
Member, Mentoring Academy (Curriculum Workgroup), University of California Davis
Schools of Health
Member, MIND Institute Executive Committee
Member, MIND Institute Space Committee
Member, NIH Study Section –CHHD-C October, 2010 – June 2014
Member, Research Advisory Committee, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences,
University of California, Davis
Member, UC Davis Clinical Translational Science Center, Resource Review Committee,
MIND Institute Representative. Inaugural Meeting – January 2014
Standing Member, MRI Safety Committee, Imaging Research Center, University of
California, Davis
Reviewer, Autism Research
Reviewer, Biological Psychiatry
2013 – Tenure reviewer for Department of Neurology, University of California, San Francisco
2014 – Full Professor promotion review for Department of Psychiatry, Tel Aviv University
2014 – Appointment reviewer for Department of Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School
2014 – Full Professor promotion review for Department of Surgery, University of California,
Davis
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Gregory Sokolov, M.D.
Publications:
2014 Beckson M, Sokolov G: DSM-V Substance Use Disorder: Ready for Prime Time?
Newsletter of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law: April.
Presentations
2013 "Up In Smoke? Legal and Forensic Issues of Medical Marijuana." American Academy
of Psychiatry and the Law Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA.
2013 “ADHD in Correctional Settings: To Treat or Not to Treat?” American Academy of
Psychiatry and the Law Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA.
Community Service
Executive Councilor, American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law
Chair, Addiction Psychiatry Committee, American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law
Member, Annual Meeting Program Committee, American Academy of Psychiatry and the
Law
Member, American Psychiatric Association
Member, Central California Psychiatric Society
Member, Sacramento County Domestic Violence Death Review Team
Member, Sacramento County Mental Health Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee
Reviewer, Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law
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Marjorie Solomon, Ph.D., M.B.A.
Journal Publications
2013 Silverman JL, Gastrell PT, Karras MN, Solomon M, Crawley JN (in press). Cognitive
abilities on transitive inference using a novel touchscreen technology for mice.
Cerebral Cortex. (November 28 e-Pub).
2014 Solomon M, Yoon JH, Niendam TA, Ragland JD, Lesh T A, Fairbrother W, Carter CS.
The development of the neural substrates of cognitive control in adolescents with
autism spectrum disorders. Biological Psychiatry, 76(5), 412-421. PMID: 24209777.
2014 Schriber RA, Robins RW, Solomon M. Personality and Self-Insight in Individuals with
Autism Spectrum Disorder. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 106(1), 112130. PMID: 24377361.
2014 Niendam T, Yoon JH, Westphal A, Hutchinson N, Ragland JD, Solomon M, Lesh T,
Minzenberg M, Carter C S. Impaired context processing as a potential marker of
psychosis risk state, Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging, 221(1), 13-20. PMID:
24120302.
2014 Kim K, Rosenthal MZ, Gwaltney M, Jarrold W, Hatt N, McIntyre N, Swain L,
Solomon M, Mundy P. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, (January 17
e-Pub). PMID: 24435405
Abstracts, Posters and Presentations
2013 Solomon M, Frank MJ, Ragland JD, Neindam TA, Lesh TA, Beck J, Matter J, Carter
CS. Learning in the absence of intact cognitive control: The neural substrates of
transitive inference in adolescents with autism spectrum disorders. Poster presented
at the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology. Hollywood, Florida,
December.
2014 Gihooly L, Mahdavi S, Beck JS, Matter JC, Solomon M. Self-esteem, autism
symptoms, and anxiety in children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorders
(ASD). Poster presented at the International Society for Autism Research. Atlanta,
Georgia, May.
2014 Solomon M, Matter JC, Niendam TA, Lesh TA, Beck JS, Carter CS, Ragland JD. A
novel fMRI paradigm for testing learning in adolescents with ASD. Poster presented at
the International Society for Autism Research. Atlanta, Georgia, May.
2014 Oswald T, McIntyre NS, Novotny S, Swain-Lerro LE, Beck JS, Montanez M,
Solomon M, Mundy PC. Verbal memory and ADHD symptoms in higher functioning
school-aged students with ASD. Poster presented at the International Society for
Autism Research. Atlanta, Georgia, May.
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2014 McMahon C, Solomon M. Efficacy of the social adjustment enhancement
intervention: a follow-up study. Poster presented at the International Society of Autism
Research. Atlanta, Georgia, May.
2014 McIntyre NS, Novotny S, Swain-Lerro LE, Beck JS, Montanenz M, Oswald TM,
Solomon M, Mundy PC. Reading comprehension impairments in higher functioning
school-aged children with ASD. Poster presented at the International Society of
Autism Research. Atlanta, Georgia, May.
2014 Novotny S, Jarrold W, McIntyre NS, Swain-Lerro LE, Oswald TM, Solomon M,
Mundy PC. Social attention, higher functioning ASD, and ADHD symptoms. Poster
presented at the International Society of Autism Research. Atlanta, Georgia, May.
Research Funding
1R21 MH099250-01 Solomon (PI), 9/1/12-11/31/14, (NCE) NIMH $175,000. The Neural
Substrates of Higher-Level Learning in Autism. This grant uses neurocognitive and
neuroimaging measures to examine neural mechanisms underlying higher-level learning
deficits in adolescents with ASD. The significance of the work lies in the mechanistic models
of ASD and in linking higher level learning deficits to real-life outcomes in academic
performance, social problem solving, and restricted interests and repetitive behaviors.
R324A120168 Mundy (PI); Solomon (Senior Scientist), 3/1/12-2/28/16, IES $387,123. Virtual
Reality Applications for the Study of Attention and Learning in Children and Adolescents with
ASD. This grant will enable us to study social attention and its impact on class-room learning
in children and adolescents with ASD.
1R01 Bales (PI); Solomon (Co-Investigator), 7/05/12-5/31/2017, NICHD, $360,780. Effects of
Chronic Intranasal Oxytocin. This grant examines the long term effects of intranasal oxytocin
in voles and titi monkeys to investigate the safety of their use as medications for humans with
disorders involving social cognition.
1R01MH103284 Solomon (PI) 9/2014-8/31/19, NIMH $326,826. Predictors of Cognitive
Development in Autism Spectrum Disorder. The goal of this study is to evaluate early neural
predictors for middle childhood cognitive outcomes in a longitudinal study of children with
ASD.
Community Service
Abstract Reviewer, International Meeting for Autism Research
Member, Program Committee, International Meeting for Autism Research
Member, Scientific Committee, International Meeting for Autism Research
Member, Selection Committee, UC Davis Medical School Admissions
Representative for the Department of Psychiatry, UC Davis Academic Senate
Reviewer, American Journal of Psychiatry
Reviewer, Archives of General Psychiatry
Reviewer, Autism
Reviewer, Autism Research
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Reviewer, Biological Psychiatry
Reviewer, Cognitive Development
Reviewer, Development and Psychopathology
Reviewer, Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders
Reviewer, Neuropsychology
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Matthew F. Soulier, M.D.
Presentations
2014 Presenter, Victims of Human Trafficking, California District Attorneys Association,
Sacramento,CA
Community Service
Chair, Child Training and Education Committee, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Residency
Training Program, UC Davis Medical Center
Member, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and the Law Committee, American Academy of
Psychiatry and the Law
Member, Education and Policy Committee, Adult Psychiatry Residency Training Program,
UC Davis Medical Center
Member, Juvenile Justice Reform Committee, American Academy of Child and Adolescent
Psychiatry
Reviewer, Harvard Review of Psychiatry
Reviewer, Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
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Hendry Ton, M.D., M.S.
Journal Articles
2013 Ton H, Xiong G, Hilty D, Price L, Brescia R, Méndez L, Patron D: The Psychiatric
Interview: A Self-Directed Learning Module. MedEdPORTAL. Available from:
www.mededportal.org/publication/9587.
Book Chapters
2013 Lim RF, Ton H, Lu FG: Community Mental Health Services to Asian Americans in
Rosenberg J and Rosenberg S: Community Mental Health: Challenges for the 21st
Century, 2nd Edition, New York, NY, Routledge.
2014 Eidson-Ton WS, Ton H, Solis B, Joad J: Cultural Competency Issues in Pediatrics. In
Berkowitz C and Lunquist D (eds.): Berkowitz’s Pediatrics: A Primary Care Approach,
5th ed. American Academy of Pediatrics.
Abstracts and Presentations
2013 Ton H: Cultural Psychiatry: From Patient Care to Community Engagement. Grand
Rounds, University of Iowa Department of Psychiatry, Iowa City, IA, December.
2014 Nottoli D, Raney C, Titman A, Ton H, Whitney J: Stopping Stigma in Sacramento: A
Panel Discussion about Mental Illness. Sacramento Department of Health and Human
Services. Sacramento, CA. January.
2014 Ton H, Servis M, Kuilanoff E: Addressing Professionalism Lapses using the PI-5
Professionalism Characterization Form: Cases from UC Davis. Workshop, Western
Group on Educational Affairs Annual Meeting, Honolulu, HI. March.
2014 Ton H: From Cultural Formulation to Service Design. Grand Rounds, Michigan State
University Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science, East Lansing, MI. April .
2014 Ton H: Lessons from Mental Health Consumers. Mental Health Matters Annual
Statewide Conference. Sacramento, CA. May.
2014 Ton H (moderator), Fung K, Andermann L, Lu F: Resident Training and Supervision
in Cultural Competence. Panel Discussion, Society for the Study of Psychiatry and
Culture Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA. May.
2014 Ton H (moderator), Eger E, Du N, Kuek J: Resilience and Wisdom in the Context of
Adversity. Panel Discussion, Society for the Study of Psychiatry and Culture Annual
Meeting, San Diego, CA. May.
2014 Ton H: Migration, Stress and Resilience. Refugee Behavioral Health Conference,
Sacramento County Division of Behavioral Health Services, Sacramento, CA. May.
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2014 Hilty D, Lim R, Ton H, Srinivasan M, Lu F, Yager J: Re-formulating Engel's
Biopsychosocial Model for Medical Student Education: the Bio-Psycho-Social-Cultural
Model? Workshop, Association for Directors of Medical Student Education in
Psychiatry Annual Meeting, Keystone, CO. June.
2014 Ton H, Yarburough M, Tindall K: Addressing Professionalism Problems. Plenary,
Association for Directors of Medical Student Education in Psychiatry Annual Meeting,
Keystone, CO. June.
Community Service
Chair, Professionalism Improvement Committee, UC Davis School of Medicine
Chair, Teams for Professionalism, Ethics, and Cultural Enrichment (Team PEACE)
Curriculum Committee, UC Davis School of Medicine
Co-Chair, Learning Climate Committee, UC Davis School of Medicine
Member, Block Council, UC Davis School of Medicine.
Member, Dean’s LGBTI Advisory Council
Member, Fourth-Year Oversight Committee, UC Davis School of Medicine
Member, Graduation Competencies Committee, UC Davis School of Medicine
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Glen L. Xiong, M.D.
Journal Articles
2013 Xiong GL, Newman WJ. Taking CAUTION in emergency and inpatient psychiatric
settings. Current Psychiatry. July;12(7):9-10.
2013 Newman WJ, Xiong GL, Barnhorst A. Beta-blockers: Off-Label Use in Psychiatric
Disorders. Psychopharm Review. October;48:10:73-80.
2014 Xiong GL, Gadde KM. Combination phentermine/topiramate for obesity treatment in
primary care: A review. Postgraduate Medicine. March;126(2)110-116.
2014 Johnson V, Xiong GL. Deaf and self-signing. Current Psychiatry. April;13:52-65.
2014 Xiong GL, Phillips LK, Patron DJ. Treatment of pathological crying in patient with
schizophrenia after stroke. Journal of Neuropsychiatry Clinical Neurosciences. Spring;
26:2:28-29.
Book Chapters
2013 Yang Z, Xiong GL. Alcohol-Related Psychosis. Textbook of Medicine Specialties:
Medicine, Ob/Gyn, Psychiatry, and Surgery, Ed. Kulkarni R. St. Petersburg, FL:
Medscape Reference. October 29, 2013. Available at:
http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/289848-overview.
Community Service
Treasurer, Central California Psychiatric Society
Chair, Research and Scholarship Committee, Association of Medicine and Psychiatry
Member, Journal Editorial Board, Primary Care Companion CNS Disorders
Reviewer, Primary Care Companion CNS Disorders
Reviewer, American Journal of Psychiatry
Reviewer, The Medical Letter
Reviewer, PLOS ONE
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Mu Yang, Ph.D.
Journal Articles
2013 Yang M, Loureiro D, Kalikhman D, Crawley JN. Male mice emit distinct ultrasonic
vocalizations when the female leaves the social interaction arena. Frontiers in
Behavioral Neuroscience. [Epub ahead of print].
2014 Portmann T, Yang M, Mao R, Panagiotakos G, Ellegood J, Bader P, Dolen G, Allen
BA, Fisher E, Rengarajan P, Clifford KM, Malenka RC, Shamloo M, Crawley J, and
Dolmetsch RE. Behavioral abnormalities and circuit defect in basal ganglia in a mouse
model of 16p11.2 microdeletion syndrome . Cell Reports. 7(4):1077-92.
Abstracts and Presentations
2013 Yang M Loureiro D, Kalikhman D, Crawley JN. Where did she go? Male mice emit
distinct ultrasonic vocalizations when the female is removed from the social interaction
environment. Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, San Diego, November.
2014 Yang M, Mahrt, E J, Lewis, FC, Foley, G, Portmann, T, Dolmetsch, RE, Portfors, CV,
Crawley, JN. 16p11.2 deletion syndrome mice display ultrasonic vocalization deficits
during social interactions (poster). Society for Neuroscience (SfN) Annual Meeting.
Washington, D.C.
2014 Invited speaker, Noldus Satellite Symposium at Society for Neuroscience (SfN)
Annual Meeting. Washington, D.C. “16p11.2 deletion syndrome mice display
ultrasonic vocalization deficits during social interactions”.
2014 Chair, Noldus Satellite Symposium “Autism-like behaviors in rodent models” at Society
for Neuroscience (SfN) Annual Meeting. Washington, D.C.
2014 Chair, Special Symposium “Current Advances in Animal Models of
Neurodevelopmental Disorders”. International Behavioral Neuroscience Society
(IBNS). Las Vegas, NV.
Research Funding
Simons Foundation #204340JC (Dolmetsch, PI), 3/1/2012 – 2/28/2015, Simons Foundation
Autism Research Initiative, 16p11.2 Deletion Mice: Autism-Relevant Phenotypes and
Treatment Discovery. PI Dr. Ricardo Dolmetsch, Stanford University. Co-PI Jacqueline
Crawley, $200,000/year x 3 years, Co-Investigator Mu Yang. Our role in this project is the
investigation of behavioral phenotypes of 16p11.2 deletion mice.
Tupin Research Award, (Yang, PI) 7/1/2014 – 6/30/2015, University of California Davis
Department of Psychiatry. Development of a novel task for testing social integration deficits
in mouse models of autism.
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Simons Foundation RFA (Osborne, PI), 3/1/2013–2/28/2016, Simons Foundation Autism
Research Initiative, Characterization of brain and behavior in 7q11.23 duplication syndrome.
PI: Lucy Osborne, University of Toronto. Co-PI Jacqueline Crawley, $90,000/year x 3 years
Co-Investigator Mu Yang. Our role in this project is the investigation of behavioral
phenotypes of 7q11.23 duplication mice.
Community Service
Reviewer, IMFAR 2015 Conference Abstracts
Reviewer, BMC Neuroscience
Reviewer, Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience
Reviewer, Human Molecular Genetics
Reviewer, Neurochemistry International
Reviewer, Neuropharmacology
Reviewer, Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior
Reviewer, Physiology and Behavior
Reviewer, PLoSOne
Reviewer, Translational Psychiatry
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Zhongshu Yang, M.D., Ph.D.
Electronic Publications
2013 Alcohol-Related Psychosis, Yang Z and Xiong GL,
emedicine.medscape.com/article/289848, Oct 29.
Community Service
Volunteer Psychiatry Preceptor at Paul Hom Clinic , a medical student-run, free clinic in
Sacramento primarily serving Asian patients who do not have health insurance.
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Peter Yellowlees, M.B.B.S., M.D.
Journal Articles
2013 Turvey C, Coleman M, Dennison O, Drude K, Goldenson M, Hirsch P, Jueneman R,
Kramer GM, Luxton DD, Maheu MM, Malik TS, Mishkind MC, Rabinowitz T, Roberts
LJ, Sheeran T, Shore JH, Shore P, van Heeswyk F, Wregglesworth B, Yellowlees P,
Zucker ML, Krupinski EA, Bernard J. ATA practice guidelines for video-based online
mental health services. Telemed J E Health. Sep;19(9):722-30.
2014 Greene J, Yellowlees P. Electronic and Remote Prescribing Administrative,
Regulatory, Technical and Clinical Standards and Guidelines. Telemedicine and eHealth. Jan;20(1):63-74.
2014 Pulverman R, Yellowlees P. Smart Devices and a Future of Hybrid Tobacco
Cessation Programs. Telemedicine and e-Health. March, 20(3):241-245.
2014 Chan, S, Torous, J, Hinton L, Yellowlees P. Mobile Tele-Mental Health:
Increasing Applications and a Move to Hybrid Models of Care. Healthcare. 2(2):220233.
2014 Parish MB, Apperson M, Yellowlees P. Engaging U.S. Veterans With PTSD in
Online Therapy. Psychiatric Services: May, 65(5):697.
Book Edited
2013 Mental Health Informatics. Ed. Lech M, Song I, Yellowlees P and Diederich J.
Springer.
Book Chapters
2013 Parish MB, Yellowlees P. ”Mental Health Informatics.” The Rise of PersonCentered Healthcare and the Influence of Health Informatics and Social network
Applications on Mental Health Care. Ed. Lech M, Song I, Yellowlees P and Diederich
J. Springer.
2013 Nafiz N, Yellowlees P. ”Mental Health Informatics.” The Changing Doctor-Patient
Relationship – a Move to Anytime, Anywhere. Ed. Lech M, Song I, Yellowlees P and
Diederich J. Springer.
2013 Maghazil A, Yellowlees P. ”Mental Health Informatics.” Novel Approaches to Clinical
Care in Mental Health – from Asynchronous Telepsychiatry to Virtual Reality. Ed. Lech
M, Song I, Yellowlees P and Diederich J. Springer 2013.
Electronic Publications
2013 Weight Loss – don’t neglect the mentally ill, Medscape Psychiatry & Mental Health.
Posted July.
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2013 Suicide risk and adolescents. Medscape Psychiatry & Mental Health. Posted Jul.
2013 Sunlight, Vitamin D and Depression. Medscape Psychiatry & Mental Health. Posted
Jul.
2013 Is Lithium antisuicidal? Medscape Psychiatry & Mental Health. Posted Aug.
2013 SSRI’s after stroke – yes or no? Medscape Psychiatry & Mental Health. Posted Sept.
2013 Managing ADHD – don’t neglect the parents. Medscape Psychiatry & Mental Health.
Posted Sept.
2013 Medication free back pain relief? Medscape Psychiatry & Mental Health. Posted Sept.
2013 Can postpartum depression be prevented? Medscape Psychiatry & Mental Health.
Posted Sept.
2013 Compulsory supervision and psychiatric readmissions. Medscape Psychiatry & Mental
Health. Posted Oct.
2013 Does treating depression help with weight loss? Medscape Psychiatry & Mental
Health. Posted Nov.
2013 Quetiapine – how does it compare against first-generation antipsychotics? Medscape
Psychiatry & Mental Health. Posted Nov.
2013 Alleviating the stress of preterm birth. Medscape Psychiatry & Mental Health. Posted
Nov.
2013 Needles in Children – what works to reduce pain and distress? Medscape Psychiatry
& Mental Health. Posted Dec.
2014 Improving mental health in dementia caregivers Medscape Psychiatry & Mental
Health. Posted Jan.
2014 On Demand, How-To Tutorial: Clinical Etiquette and Media Skills for Telemedicine
Consultations. American Telemedicine Association. Posted January.
2014 Is there a better way to engage depressed patients in care? Medscape Psychiatry &
Mental Health. Posted Jan.
2014 Patients as co-therapists for Anxiety. Medscape Psychiatry & Mental Health. Posted
Jan.
2014 Augmenting SSRI’s in treatment resistant depression: what is best? Medscape
Psychiatry & Mental Health. Posted Feb.
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2014 Best therapy in sexual-abuse related PTSD in adolescent girls? Medscape Psychiatry
& Mental Health. Posted March.
2014 Pharmacologic interventions to reduce illicit drug use. Medscape Psychiatry & Mental
Health. Posted Mar.
2014 Cognitive enhancers for mild cognitive impairment: any value? Medscape Psychiatry
& Mental Health. Posted April.
2014 Alcoholism. Use approved medications. Medscape Psychiatry & Mental Health.
Posted April.
2014 Child suicide and antidepressants: A comparison. Medscape Psychiatry & Mental
Health. Posted April.
2014 Decision Aids definitely worthwhile. Medscape Psychiatry & Mental Health. Posted
May.
2014 Next step therapy for Social Anxiety Disorder. Medscape Psychiatry & Mental Health.
Posted May.
2014 Better Diabetes self-management with cognitive therapy. Medscape Psychiatry &
Mental Health. Posted May.
2014 Help for children with serious mental illness. Medscape Psychiatry & Mental Health.
Posted June.
Abstracts and Presentations
2013 “Mood Disorders in the DSM V.” Grand Rounds, Department of Psychiatry and
Behavioral Sciences, UC Davis Health System. Sacramento, CA, Jul 24.
2013 “Physician Health and Wellness.” Emergency Dept Grand Rounds. UC Davis, Aug 13.
2013 “Telepsychiatry.” Northern Rockies Conf Keynote, Montana, Aug 19.
2013 “Clinical skills in telemedicine.” Northern Rockies Conf, Montana, Aug 20.
2013 “Virtual Mental Healthcare” Keynote. American Telemedicine Association Fall Forum,
Toronto, Canada, Sept 3.
2013 “Telepsychiatry around the world.” Keynote webinar to Australian Informatics
Association Conference, Melbourne, Australia, Sept 4.
2013 “Virtual Mental Health.” UC Davis Psychosis Conference, Sacramento, CA, Sept 11
2014 “Virtual Care in Mental Health.” Invited Presenter. Seminar Series. Health Informatics
Program, UC Davis Health System. Sacramento, CA, Feb 12.
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2014 “Physician Well-being.” Invited Presenter. School of Medicine, Tromso University,
Norway, Feb 26.
2014 “Telemedicine Overview.” Invited Presenter. School of Medicine, Tromso University,
Norway, Feb 26.
2014 “Virtual Reality in Healthcare.” Invited Presenter. School of Medicine, Tromso
University, Norway, Feb 27.
2014 “Online Interviewing Techniques and Skills.” Invited Presenter. School of Medicine,
Tromso University, Norway, Feb 27.
2014 “Virtual Care in Mental Health.” Invited Presenter. Grand Rounds, Department of
Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, UC Davis Health System. Sacramento, CA, Mar
14.
2014 “Telemedicine Planning and Development.” Invited Presenter. Grand Rounds.
University of Nebraska. Omaha, NE, Apr 3.
2014 “Telepsychiatry – current and future innovations.” Invited Presenter. Grand Rounds.
Department of Psychiatry, University of Nebraska. Omaha, NE, Apr 3.
2014 “Physician health and wellbeing.” Invited Presenter. Grand Rounds. Children’s
Hospital Omaha. Omaha, NE, Apr 4.
2014 “Wellness, Stress Management and You.” Invited Presenter. Invited Presentation.
University of Nebraska. Omaha, NE, Apr 4.
2014 “Virtual Mental Healthcare.” Keynote Presenter. 1st Middle East Conference on
Telemedicne & mHealth 2014. Videoconference, Abu Dhabi, Apr 14.
2014 “Virtual Care in Mental Health.” Invited Presenter. Telehealth and the Triple Aim
Forum for Advancing Knowledge and Practice. Center for Connected Health Policy.
Sacramento, CA, Apr 26.
2014 “Best Practices for Telemental Health.” Invited Presenter. American Telemedicine
Association. Baltimore, MD, May 18.
2014 “Publishing about Telemedicine.” Invited Presenter. American Telemedicine
Association. Baltimore, MD, May 18.
2014 “Cutting Edge Technologies in Telemedicine.” Invited Presenter. American
Telemedicine Association. Baltimore, MD, May 19.
2014 “Asynchronous Telepsychiatry.” Invited Presenter. American Telemedicine
Association. Baltimore, MD, May 19.
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2014 “Research in Telemedicine – Highlights 2013-14.” Invited Presenter. American
Telemedicine Association. Baltimore, MD, May 20.
Research Funding
Detection and Computational Analysis of Psychological Signals (DCAPS). DARPA;
$400,000; 2011 – 2013. Principal Investigator.
Development and Recording of Medscape Psychiatry Minutes, Medscape, $7,000, 06/01/0912/31/13, Principal Investigator.
Community Service
Chair, Board of Directors, HealthLinkNow, Inc.
Chair, Search Committee for Dean of Extension, UC Davis
Chair, UCDHS Wellbeing Committee
Chair, University of California, Davis Health Informatics Program
Coordinator, Short and Long Courses in Telepsychiatry, American Telemedicine
Association
Secretary, Board of Directors of American Telemedicine Associations (ATA)
Member, American Medical Association
Member, American Medical Informatics Association
Member, American Psychiatric Association
Member, Committee on Educational Policy
Member, Committee on Scientific Programs, American College of Psychiatrists
Member, Compensation and Advisory Committee
Member, Graduate Council Chairs Committee
Member, Information Services Management Group
Member, Institute of Medicine Committee reviewing VA mental health services
Member, LCME Steering Committee, UC Davis
Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Participatory Medicine
Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Telemedicine and e-Health
Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare
Reviewer, British Journal of Sociology
Reviewer, Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease
Reviewer, BMC Medical Informatics
Reviewer, General Hospital Psychiatry
Reviewer, Annals of General Psychiatry Review
Reviewer, Journal of Medical Internet Research
Reviewer, Cyberpsychology
Reviewer, BMC Psychiatry
Reviewer, American Journal of Psychiatry
Reviewer, Academic Psychiatry
Reviewer, Medical Journal of Australia
Reviewer, Psychiatric Services
Reviewer, Psychosomatics
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Erik Youngdale, M.D.
Community Service
Mentor, Klingenstein Third Generation Fellowship: Mentor to first-year medical students with
special interests in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.
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