The road not taken: disconnection of a human-unique cortical pathway in schizophrenia and its effects on naturalistic social cognition (Biological Psychiatry Global Open Science, 2022)

Illness Phase as a Key Assessment and Intervention Window for Psychosis (Biological Psychiatry Global Open Science, 2022)

Dopamine D1R Receptor Stimulation as a Mechanistic Pro-cognitive Target for Schizophrenia (Schizophrenia Bulletin, 2022)

What you see is what you get: visual scanning failures of naturalistic social scenes in schizophrenia (Psychological Medicine, 2021)

Failure to engage the temporoparietal junction/posterior superior temporal sulcus predicts impaired naturalistic social cognition in schizophrenia (Brain, 2021)

Proof of mechanism and target engagement of glutamatergic drugs for the treatment of schizophrenia: RCTs of pomaglumetad and TS-134 on ketamine-induced psychotic symptoms and pharmacoBOLD in healthy volunteers (Neuropsychopharmacology, 2020)

A multicenter study of ketamine effects on functional connectivity: Large scale network relationships, hubs and symptom mechanisms (Neuroimage: Clinical, 2019)

Utility of Imaging-Based Biomarkers for Glutamate-Targeted Drug Development in Psychotic Disorders: A Randomized Clinical Trial (JAMA Psychiatry, 2017)

Borderline Personality Disorder

Trustworthiness appraisal deficits in borderline personality disorder are associated with prefrontal cortex, not amygdala, impairment (Neuroimage: Clinical, 2019)

Facial trustworthiness perception bias elevated in individuals with PTSD compared to trauma exposed controls (Psychiatry Research, 2016)

Facial trust appraisal negatively biased in borderline personality disorder (Psychiatry Research, 2013)


Resting state functional connectivity predictors of treatment response to electroconvulsive therapy in depression (Scientific Reports, 2019)

Perceptual sensitivity to facial self perception associated with pathological narcissism. (Psychoanalytic Psychology, 2019)

Resting amygdala connectivity and basal sympathetic tone as markers of chronic hypervigilance (Psychoneuroendocrinology, 2019)

Repeated exposure to media violence is associated with diminished response in an inhibitory frontolimbic network (PLoS One, 2007)