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Jerzy Bodurka

Adjunct College of Engineering & Natural Sciences
Physics and Engineering Physics

jerzy-bodurka@utulsa.edu
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The following may be selected publications rather than a comprehensive list.

Journal Articles


Le, Trang et al. “F128. Transcriptomics of Brain Age Gap Estimate (BrainAGE): Association Analysis of Depressed and Healthy Individuals.” Biological Psychiatry 83.9 (2018): S287. Print.

Rahmani, Bahareh et al. “Dynamical Hurst Analysis Identifies EEG Channel Differences between PTSD and Healthy Controls.” PloS one 13.7 (2018): e0199144. Print.

Suzuki, H., Savitz, J., Kent Teague, T., Gandhapudi, S., Tan, C., Misaki, M., … Bodurka, J. (2017). Altered populations of natural killer cells, cytotoxic T lymphocytes, and regulatory T cells in major depressive disorder: Association with sleep disturbance. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity.

Le , T., Kyle Simmons, W., Misaki, M., Bodurka, J., White, B., Savitz, J., & McKinney, B. (2017). Privacy preserving Evaporative Cooling feature selection and classification with Relief-F and Random Forests. Bioinformatics (Oxford, England).

Victor, T., Drevets, W., Misaki, M., Bodurka, J., & Savitz, J. (2017). Sex differences in neural responses to subliminal sad and happy faces in healthy individuals: Implications for depression. Journal of Neuroscience Research, 95(1-2), 703–710.

Suzuki, Hideo et al. “Altered Populations of Natural Killer Cells, Cytotoxic T Lymphocytes, and Regulatory T Cells in Major Depressive Disorder: Association with Sleep Disturbance.” Brain, behavior, and immunity 66 (2017): 193–200. Print.

Le, Trang et al. “Differential Privacy-Based Evaporative Cooling Feature Selection and Classification with Relief-F and Random Forests.” Bioinformatics 33.18 (2017): 2906–2913. Print.

Hassanpour, MS et al. “The Insular Cortex Dynamically Maps Changes in Cardiorespiratory Interoception.” Neuropsychopharmacology: official publication of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology (2017): n. pag. Print.

Young, K., Drevets, W., Dantzer, R., Teague, T., Bodurka, J., & Savitz, J. (2016). Kynurenine pathway metabolites are associated with hippocampal activity during autobiographical memory recall in patients with depression. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, 56, 335–42.

Avery, Jason et al. "How the Brain Wants What the Body Needs: The Neural Basis of Positive Alliesthesia." Neuropsychopharmacology : official publication of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology (2016): n. pag. Print.

Meier, T., Drevets, W., Wurfel, B., Ford, B., Morris, H., Victor, T., … Savitz, J. (2016). Relationship between neurotoxic kynurenine metabolites and reductions in right medial prefrontal cortical thickness in major depressive disorder. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, 53, 39–48.

Misaki, M., Suzuki, H., Savitz, J., Drevets, W., & Bodurka, J. (2016). Individual Variations in Nucleus Accumbens Responses Associated with Major Depressive Disorder Symptoms. Scientific Reports, 6, 21227.

Misaki, M., Savitz, J., Zotev, V., Phillips, R., Yuan, H., Young, K., … Bodurka, J. (2015). Contrast enhancement by combining T1- and T2-weighted structural brain MR Images. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 74(6), 1609–20.

Savitz, J., Dantzer, R., Meier, T., Wurfel, B., Victor, T., McIntosh, S., … Drevets, W. (2015). Activation of the kynurenine pathway is associated with striatal volume in major depressive disorder. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 62, 54–8.

Alvarez, Ruben et al. “Increased Anterior Insula Activity in Anxious Individuals Is Linked to Diminished Perceived Control.” Translational psychiatry 5 (2015): e591. Print.

Savitz, J., Drevets, W., Wurfel, B., Ford, B., Bellgowan, P., Victor, T., … Dantzer, R. (2015). Reduction of kynurenic acid to quinolinic acid ratio in both the depressed and remitted phases of major depressive disorder. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, 46, 55–9.

Savitz, J., Dantzer, R., Wurfel, B., Victor, T., Ford, B., Bodurka, J., … Drevets, W. (2015). Neuroprotective kynurenine metabolite indices are abnormally reduced and positively associated with hippocampal and amygdalar volume in bipolar disorder. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 52, 200–11.

Kerr, K., Avery, J.A., Barcalow, J., Moseman, S., Bodurka, J., Bellgowan, P.S.F., & Simmons, W.K., (2015) Trait impulsivity is related to ventral ACC and amygdala activity during primary reward anticipation. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 10, 36-42.

Savitz, Jonathan et al. “Putative Neuroprotective and Neurotoxic Kynurenine Pathway Metabolites Are Associated with Hippocampal and Amygdalar Volumes in Subjects with Major Depressive Disorder.” Neuropsychopharmacology : official publication of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology 40.2 (2015): 463–71. Print.

Avery, J., Drevets, W.C., Moseman, S., Bodurka, J., Barcalow, J., & Simmons, W.K., (2014) Major depressive disorder is associated with abnormal interoceptive activity and functional connectivity in the insula. Biological Psychiatry, 76, 258-266

Savitz, Jonathan et al. “Inflammation and Neurological Disease-Related Genes Are Differentially Expressed in Depressed Patients with Mood Disorders and Correlate with Morphometric and Functional Imaging Abnormalities.” Brain, behavior, and immunity 31 (2013): 161–171. Print.

Simmons, W.K., Avery, J., Barcalow, J., Bodurka, J., Drevets, W., & Bellgowan, P. (2013). Keeping the body in mind: Insula functional organization and functional connectivity integrate interoceptive, exteroceptive, and emotional awareness. Human Brain Mapping, 34, 2944-2958.

Savitz, Jonathan et al. “Inflammation and Neurological Disease-Related Genes Are Differentially Expressed in Depressed Patients with Mood Disorders and Correlate with Morphometric and Functional Imaging Abnormalities.” Brain Behav. Immun. S0889-1591.12 (2012): 00469–2. Print.

Zotev, V., Krueger, F., Phillips, R., Alvarez, R., Simmons, W.K., Bellgowan, P., Drevets, W., & Bodurka, J. (2011). Self-regulation of Amygdala Activation using Real-time fMRI Neurofeedback. PLoS ONE, 6, e24522

Alvarez, Ruben et al. “Phasic and Sustained Fear in Humans Elicits Distinct Patterns of Brain Activity.” Neuroimage 55 (2011): 389–400. Print.

Zotev, V et al. “Self-Regulation of Amygdala Activation Using Real-Time FMRI Neurofeedback.” PLoS One 6.9 (2011): 1–17. Print.

Avery, J., Kerr, K., Ingeholm, J., Burrows, K., Bodurka, J. & Simmons, W.K. (under review) A common gustatory and interoceptive representation in the human mid-insula.

Simmons, W.K., Burrows, K., Avery, J.A., Kerr, K.L., Bodurka, J., Savage, C., & Drevets, W.D., (under review). Depression-related increases and decreases in appetite reveal dissociable patterns of aberrant activity in reward and interoceptive neurocircuitry.

Kerr, K.L., Avery, J.A., Moseman, S.E., Bodurka, J., Zucker, N.L., & Simmons, W.K., (under review) Altered insula activity during visceral interoception in weight-restored patients with anorexia nervosa.

Alvarez, Ruben et al. “Increased Anterior Insula Activity in Anxious Individuals Is Linked to Diminished Perceived Control.” (2019): n. pag. Print.

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Kirlic, N et al. Brain Responses to Unpredictable Threat in Individuals at High Risk for Depression. 2019.