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    • Bipolar disorder and gender are associated with frontolimbic and basal ganglia dysconnectivity: A study of topological variance using network analysis 

      Nabulsi, Leila; McPhilemy, Genevieve; Kilmartin, Liam; O'Hora, Denis; O'Donoghue, Stefani; Forcellini, Giulia; Najt, Pablo; Ambati, Srinath; Costello, Laura; Byrne, Fintan; McLoughlin, James; Hallahan, Brian; McDonald, Colm; Cannon, Dara M. (Mary Ann Liebert, 2019-12-16)
      Well-established structural abnormalities, mostly involving the limbic system, have been associated with disorders of emotion regulation. Understanding the arrangement and connections of these regions with other functionally ...
    • Cortical thinning and caudate abnormalities in first episode psychosis and their association with clinical outcome. 

      Scanlon, Cathy; Anderson-Schmidt, Heike; McInerney, Shane; Kenney, Joanne; McFarland, John; Waldron, Mairead; Ambati, Srinath; Fullard, Anna; Logan, Sam; Hallahan, Brian; Elliott, Mark A.; Cannon, Dara M.; McDonald, Colm (Elsevier, 2014-08-11)
      First episode psychosis (FEP) has been associated with structural brain changes, largely identified by volumetric analyses. Advances in neuroimaging processing have made it possible to measure geometric properties that may ...
    • Neuroanatomical dysconnectivity underlying cognitive deficits in bipolar disorder 

      McPhilemy, Genevieve; Nabulsi, Leila; Kilmartin, Liam; O’Hora, Denis; O’Donoghue, Stefani; Tronchin, Giulia; Costello, Laura; Najt, Pablo; Ambati, Srinath; Neilsen, Gráinne; Creighton, Sarah; Byrne, Fintan; McLoughlin, James; McDonald, Colm; Hallahan, Brian; Cannon, Dara M. (Elsevier, 2019-09-18)
      BACKGROUND: Graph theory applied to brain networks is an emerging approach to understanding the brain's topological associations with human cognitive ability. Despite well-documented cognitive impairments in bipolar disorder ...