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Posttraumatic and Acute Trauma Treatment Program (PTATT) turns 1!

October 13, 2022

The Department’s Posttraumatic and Acute Trauma Treatment Program (PTATT) came into existence in October 2021 for the purpose of providing expert treatment for children, adults, and families struggling active symptoms of trauma including those that have been brought on during or because of the COVID 19 pandemic.  PTATT’s seven part time clinicians have undergone extensive … Continued

Structural covariance of the ventral visual stream predicts posttraumatic intrusion and nightmare symptoms: a multivariate data fusion analysis.

October 12, 2022

Although prior work has looked at how the brain responds to threats after trauma, very little research has looked at brain regions that process visual information about potential threats. In our recent manuscript in Translational Psychiatry, we leveraged the largest dataset of recent trauma survivors and 8 separate types of information multimodal magnetic resonance imaging … Continued

Longitudinal Analysis of Patient-Reported Cognitive Function in Multiple Myeloma

October 12, 2022

This is the first study describing longitudinal changes in patient-reported cognition in patients with multiple myeloma. Several potentially intervenable factors, including physical function impairment and depression, were associated with worse cognition at study entry, but only baseline cognitive impairment and education level were predictive of future cognitive decline.