Susan Bookheimer's lab uses imaging technologies, particularly functional and structural magnetic resonance images, PET scans, and intraoperative electrocortical stimulation mapping, to explore and define how disorders such as autism, Asperger’s, dyslexia, epilepsy and Alzheimer’s affect brain function and structure.
fMRI of syntactic processing in typically developing children: structural correlates in the inferior frontal gyrus.
Nuñez SC, Dapretto M, Katzir T, Starr A, Bramen J, Kan E, Bookheimer S, Sowell ER.
Dev Cogn Neurosci. 2011 Jul 1;1(3):313-323.
Normal amygdala activation but deficient ventrolateral prefrontal activation in adults with bipolar disorder during euthymia.
Foland-Ross LC, Bookheimer SY, Lieberman MD, Sugar CA, Townsend JD, Fischer J, Torrisi S, Penfold C, Madsen SK, Thompson PM, Altshuler LL.
Neuroimage. 2011 Aug 10.
Influence of Alzheimer Disease Family History and Genetic Risk on Cognitive Performance in Healthy Middle-Aged and Older People.
Donix M, Ercoli LM, Siddarth P, Brown JA, Martin-Harris L, Burggren AC, Miller KJ, Small GW, Bookheimer SY.
Am J Geriatr Psychiatry. 2011 Feb 24.
Reduced Functional Integration and Segregation of Distributed Neural Systems Underlying Social and Emotional Information Processing in Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Rudie JD, Shehzad Z, Hernandez LM, Colich NL, Bookheimer SY, Iacoboni M, Dapretto M.
Cereb Cortex. 2011 Jul 22.
Decoding continuous variables from neuroimaging data: basic and clinical applications.
Cohen JR, Asarnow RF, Sabb FW, Bilder RM, Bookheimer SY, Knowlton BJ, Poldrack RA.
Front Neurosci. 2011;5:75. Epub 2011 Jun 15.