Publications

Publications


  1. Kronish I, Edmondson D, Li Y, Cohen BE. Post-traumatic stress disorder and medication adherence: Results from the Mind Your Heart Study. J Psychiatric Res. 2012; 46:1595-1599. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22809686

  2. Turner JH, Neylan T, Schiller NB, Li Y, Cohen BE. Objective evidence of cardiovascular ischemia in patients with posttraumatic stress disorder. Biological Psychiatry. 2013; 74:861-866.

  3. Cohen BE, Neylan T, Yaffe K, Samuelson K, Li Y, Barnes DE. Posttraumatic stress disorder and cognitive function: Findings from the Mind Your Heart Study. J Clinical Psychiatry. 2013; 74:1063-1070. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24330891

  4. Kalapatapu R, Neylan TC, Regan M, Cohen BE. Association of alcohol use biomarkers and cognitive performance in veterans with problematic alcohol use and posttraumatic stress disorder: Data from the Mind Your Heart Study. J Addictive Dis. 2014; 33:67-76. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24717141

  5. Wingenfeld K, Whooley MA, Neylan TC, Otte C, Cohen BE. Effect of current and lifetime posttraumatic stress disorder on 24-hour urinary catecholamines and cortisol: results from the Mind Your Heart Study. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 2015; 52:83-91. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25459895

  6. Smith BN, Tyzik A, Neylan TC, Cohen BE. PTSD and obesity in younger and older veterans: Results from the Mind Your Heart Study. Psychiatry Research. 2015; 2009(3):895-900. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25911639

  7. O Donovan A, Ahmadian A, Neylan TC, Pacult MA, Edmondson D, Cohen BE. Current Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Exaggerated Threat Sensitivity associated with Elevated Inflammation in the Mind Your Heart Study. Brain Behavior and Immunity. In Press

 

Presentations


  1. May, 2010 PTSD Clinical Team Seminar, San Francisco VA Medical Center, “Post-traumatic Stress Disorder and Physical Health”

  2. May, 2010 Medical Grand Rounds, San Francisco VA Medical Center, “Post-traumatic Stress Disorder: An Under-recognized Risk Factor for Cardiovascular Disease”

  3. Nov., 2010 Panel Presentation at the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies Annual meeting, “Trauma's Attack on the Body: The Deteriorating Impact of Traumatic Stress” (Beth Cohen, Sandro Galea, Stevan Hobfoll, discussant Paula Schnurr)

  4. Dec., 2011 Grand Rounds, Department of Preventive Medicine and the Rush Center for Urban Health Equity, “Post-traumatic Stress Disorder: An Under-recognized Risk Factor for Cardiovascular Disease”

  5. Dec., 2011 Department of Behavioral Sciences Colloquium, Rush University, “The Role of Psychological Trauma in Accelerated Aging”

  6. April, 2012 Research and Development Seminar Series, San Francisco VA Medical Center, “New Insights into PTSD as a Risk Factor for Cardiovascular Disease”

  7. O’Donovan A, Neylan T, Li Y, Cohen BE. Oral presentation at the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, 28th Annual Meeting; Los Angeles, 2012)

  8. Cohen BE, Yaffe K, Neylan T, Li Y, Barnes D. The role of modifiable risk factors in the association of PTSD and cognitive impairment: Results from the Mind Your Heart Study. (Oral presentation at the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, 28th Annual Meeting; Los Angeles, 2012)

  9. Talbot L, Neylan TC, Metzler T, Cohen BE. The Relationship between Sleep Quality and Physical Activity in Post-traumatic Stress Disorder: Findings from the Mind Your Heart Study. (Oral presentation at the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies convention; National Harbor, 2012).

  10. Cohen BE, Turner J, Li Y, Neylan T. Objective evidence of cardiovascular ischemia in patients with post-traumatic stress disorder: Results from the Mind Your Heart Study. (Oral presentation at the American Psychosomatic Society annual meeting; Miami, 2013).

  11. O’Donovan A, Neylan TC, Ahmadian AJ, Cohen BE. Threat sensitivity is associated with elevated inflammation in veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder in the Mind Your Heart Study. (Oral presentation at the Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society 20th Scientific Meeting; Stockholm, 2013).

  12. Talavera JA, Ho J, Ristow B, Shaw R, Cohen BE, Schiller NB.

  13. Pursnani S, Sing K, Lahsaeizadeh S, Ristow B, Shaw RE, Cohen BE, Schiller NB. Who is young at heart and when? Data from the Mind Your Heart Study. (Oral presentation at the 18th World Congress on Heart Disease; Vancouver, 2013).

  14. Ahmadian AJ, O’Donovan A, Pacult MA, Neylan TC, Cohen BE. Mechanisms of elevated inflammation in posttraumatic stress disorder: Data from the Mind Your Heart Study. (Citation Poster Presentation at the American Psychosomatic Society annual meeting; San Francisco, 2014)

  15. Smith BN, Koucky EM, Neylan TC, Cohen BE. Effect of PTSD on psychosocial and functional outcomes in younger versus older veterans: Findings from the Mind Your Heart Study. (Poster Presentation at the American Psychosomatic Society annual meeting; San Francisco, 2014)

  16. April, 2014 Post-Deployment Integrated Care Initiative, Community of Practice Call (Cyber Seminar), “PTSD and Cardiovascular Health”

  17. Lin J, O’Donovan A, Neylan TC, Cohen BE. Hostility Mediates the Association Between PTSD and Inflammation. (Poster at the Society of Biological Psychiatry annual meeting; Toronto, 2015).

  18. Arenson, M. Neylan, T., Whooley, M., Maguen, S., Cohen, B. PTSD, Depression and Suicidal Ideation in a Veteran Cohort: Results from the Mind Your Heart Study. (Oral presentation at the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies' annual meeting; Dallas, 2016).