• The association between lithium use and neurocognitive performance in patients with bipolar disorder 

      Burdick, Katherine E.; Millett, Caitlin E.; Russo, Manuela; Alda, Martin; Alliey-Rodriguez, Ney; Anand, Amit; Balaraman, Yokesh; Berrettini, Wade H.; Bertram, Holli; Calabrese, Joseph R.; Calkin, Cynthia V.; Conroy, Carla; Coryell, William; DeModena, Anna; Feeder, Scott; Fisher, Carrie; Frazier, Nicole; Frye, Mark; Gao, Keming; Garnham, Julie; Gershon, Elliot S.; Glazer, Kara; Goes, Fernando S.; Goto, Toyomi; Harrington, Gloria J.; Jakobsen, Petter; Kamali, Masoud; Kelly, Marisa; Leckband, Susan G.; Løberg, Else-Marie; Lohoff, Falk W.; Maihofer, Adam X.; McCarthy, Michael J.; McInnis, Melvin; Morken, Gunnar; Nievergelt, Caroline M.; Nurnberger, John I.; Oedegaard, Ketil J.; Ortiz, Abigail; Ritchey, Megan; Ryan, Kelly; Schinagle, Martha; Schwebel, Candice; Shaw, Martha; Shilling, Paul D.; Slaney, Claire; Stapp, Emma; Tarwater, Bruce; Zandi, Peter P.; Kelsoe, John R. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      Lithium remains the gold standard for the treatment of bipolar disorder (BD); however, its use has declined over the years mainly due to the side effects and the subjective experience of cognitive numbness reported by ...
    • Brain changes induced by electroconvulsive therapy are broadly distributed 

      Ousdal, Olga Therese; Argyelan, Miklos; Narr, Katherine L.; Abbott, Christopher; Wade, Benjamin; Vandenbulcke, Mathieu; Urretavizcaya, Mikel; Tendolkar, Indira; Takamiya, Akihiro; Stek, Max L.; Soriano-Mas, Carles; Redlich, Ronny; Paulson, Olaf B.; Oudega, Mardien L.; Opel, Nils; Nordanskog, Pia; Kishimoto, Taishiro; Kämpe, Robin; Jørgensen, Anders; Hanson, Lars G.; Hamilton, J. Paul; Espinoza, Randall; Emsell, Louise; van Eijndhoven, Philip; Dols, Annemieke; Dannlowski, Udo; Cardoner, Narcis; Bouckaert, Filip; Anand, Amit; Bartsch, Hauke; Kessler, Ute; Ødegaard, Ketil Joachim; Dale, Anders; Oltedal, Leif (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020-03-01)
      Background Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is associated with volumetric enlargements of corticolimbic brain regions. However, the pattern of whole-brain structural alterations following ECT remains unresolved. Here, we ...
    • Structural changes induced by electroconvulsive therapy are associated with clinical outcome 

      Mulders, Peter C. R.; Llera, Alberto; Beckmann, Christian F.; Vandenbulcke, Mathieu; Stek, Max L; Sienaert, Pascal; Redlich, Ronny; Petrides, Georgios; Oudega, Mardien L.; Oltedal, Leif; Ødegaard, Ketil Joachim; Narr, Katherine L; Magnusson, Peter; Kessler, Ute; Jorgensen, Anders; Espinoza, Randall; Enneking, Verena; Emsell, Louise; Dols, Annemieke; Dannlowski, Udo; Bolwig, Tom G; Bartsch, Hauke; Argyelan, Miklos; Anand, Amit; Abbott, Christopher; van Eijndhoven, Philip; Tendolkar, Indira (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      Background Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is the most effective treatment option for major depressive disorder, so understanding whether its clinical effect relates to structural brain changes is vital for current and ...