Collaborations and Publications

Dr. Eyler and her staff work on a number of studies and projects in conjunction with other researchers with in the same field or related fields. Working collaboratively with others on research creates the benefit of allowing each researcher to share data and therefore have a larger and more inclusive amount of information to study. Additionally, the contribution from multiple perspectives on a topic may spark new insights with in the study. Finally, the exchanging of different measures/methods with which to view data may spark novel discoveries. 




Publications from Dr. Eyler and her collaborators are as follows (select recent publications):
  1. Hong S, Lee EE, Sirkin Martin A, Soontornniyomkij B, Soontornniyomkij V, Achim CL, Reuter C, Irwin MR, [co-senior authors:] Eyler LT, Jeste DV. (Accepted). Abnormalities in chemokine levels in schizophrenia and their clinical correlates. Schizophrenia Research.
  2.  Nguyen TT*, Kovacevic S, Dev SI, Lu K, Liu TT, Eyler LT. (Accepted). Dynamic functional connectivity in bipolar disorder is associated with executive function and processing speed: A preliminary study. Neuropsychology.
  3. Lee EE, Eyler LT, Wolkowitz OM, Sirkin Martin A, Reuter C, Kraemer H, Jeste DV. (2016). Elevated plasma F2-Isoprostane levels in schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research. Epub ahead of print.
  4. Kaufmann CN, Gershon A, Eyler LT, Depp CA. (2016). Clinical significance of mobile health assessed sleep duration and variability in bipolar disorder. Journal of Psychiatric Research. 81:152-159.
  5. Dev SI*, Moore RC, Soontornniyomkij B, Achim CL, Jeste DV, Eyler LT. (2016). Peripheral inflammation related to lower fMRI activation during a working memory task and resting functional connectivity among older adults: a preliminary study. Int J Geriatr Psychiatry. Epub ahead of print.
  6. Depp CA, Dev S*, Eyler LT. (2016). Bipolar depression and cognitive impairment: Shared mechanisms and new treatment avenues. Psychiatr Clin North Am, 39(1):95-109
  7.  Acheson DT, Eyler LT, Resovsky J, Tsan E, Risbrough VB. (2015). Fear extinction memory performance in a sample of stable, euthymic patients with bipolar disorder. J Affect Disord, 185:230-8.
  8. McKenna BS*, Theilmann RJ, Sutherland AN, Eyler LT. (2015). Fusing functional MRI and diffusion tensor imaging measures of brain function and structure to predict working memory and processing speed performance among inter-episode bipolar patients. J Int Neuropsychol Soc, 21(5):330-41
  9.  Lyu H, Hu M, Eyler LT, Jin H, Wang J, Ou J, Guo X, He Z, Liu F, Zhao J, Guo W. (2015). Regional white matter abnormalities in drug-naive, first-episode schizophrenia patients and their healthy unaffected siblings. Aust N Z J Psychiatry, 49(3):246-54. 
  10. Dev SI*, McKenna BS, Sutherland AN, Shin DD, Liu TT, Wierenga CE, Eyler LT. (2015). Increased cerebral blood flow associated with better response inhibition in bipolar disorder. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 21(2):105-15.
  11. McKenna BS*, Drummond SP, Eyler LT. (2014) Associations between circadian activity rhythms and functional brain abnormalities among euthymic bipolar patients: A preliminary study. Journal of Affective Disorders, 164: 101-6.
  12. Young JW, Geyer MA, Rissling AJ, Sharp RF, Eyler LT, Asgaard GL, Light GA. (2013.) Reverse translation of the rodent 5C-CPT reveals that the impaired attention of people with schizophrenia is similar to scopolamine-induced deficits in mice. Translational Psychiatry, 3, e324.
  13. Moore RC, Harmell AL, Ho J, Patteson TL, Eyler LT, Jeste DV, Mausbach BT. (2013). Initial validation of a computerized version of the UCSD Performance-Based Skills Assessment (C-UPSA) for assessing functioning in schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research, 144(1-3):87-92.
  14. Hu M, Li J, Eyler LT, Guo X, Wei Q, Tang J, Liu Feng, He Z, Li L, Jin H, Wang J, Liu Fang, Chen H, Zhao J. (2013). Decreased left middle temporal gyrus volume in antipsychotic drug-naïve, first-episode schizophrenia patients and their healthy unaffected siblings. Schizophrenia Research, 144:37-42.


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