Brian A Gordon, Ph.D

2010- Radiology Washington University, Saint Louis, St. Louis, MO 
Aging, working memory, exercise
"Brian Gordon Washington University"

I obtained my PhD in Psychology at the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign. My PhD advisors were Drs. Monica Fabiani and Gabrielle Gratton. After completing my PhD I moved to a postdoctoral training position in the department of Psychological & Brain Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis. I was mentored in this position by Drs. Denise Head, David Balota, and Jeff Zacks. After completing my postdoc I took up a faculty position in the Department of Radiology at Washington University. My primary faculty mentor in the medical school is Dr. Tammie Benzinger. As part of my K01 award I am additionally mentored by Dr. Randall Bateman and Dr. John Morris.

Mean distance: 16.3 (cluster 23)
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Gabriele Gratton grad student UIUC
Monica Fabiani grad student 2010 UIUC
 (Aging and inhibitory control.)
David A. Balota post-doc 2010-2014 Washington University
Denise P. Head post-doc 2010-2014 MIT, Washington University in St. Louis
Jeffrey M. Zacks post-doc 2010-2014 Washington University


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John C. Morris collaborator 2010- Washington University
Tammie Benzinger collaborator 2013- Washington University
Randall Bateman collaborator 2015- Washington University
Arthur F. Kramer collaborator 2003-2010 UIUC
Bradley P. Sutton collaborator 2003-2010 UIUC (BME Tree)
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Shen Y, Ali M, Timsina J, et al. (2024) Systematic proteomics in Autosomal dominant Alzheimer's disease reveals decades-early changes of CSF proteins in neuronal death, and immune pathways. Medrxiv : the Preprint Server For Health Sciences
Chen G, McKay NS, Gordon BA, et al. (2023) Predicting cognitive decline: Which is more useful, baseline amyloid levels or longitudinal change? Neuroimage. Clinical. 41: 103551
Millar PR, Gordon BA, Wisch JK, et al. (2023) Advanced structural brain aging in preclinical autosomal dominant Alzheimer disease. Molecular Neurodegeneration. 18: 98
Tu JC, Millar PR, Strain JF, et al. (2023) Increasing hub disruption parallels dementia severity in autosomal dominant Alzheimer disease. Biorxiv : the Preprint Server For Biology
Llibre-Guerra JJ, Iaccarino L, Coble D, et al. (2023) Longitudinal clinical, cognitive and biomarker profiles in dominantly inherited versus sporadic early-onset Alzheimer's disease. Brain Communications. 5: fcad280
Rahmani F, Brier MR, Gordon BA, et al. (2023) T1 and FLAIR signal intensities are related to tau pathology in dominantly inherited Alzheimer disease. Human Brain Mapping
Shirzadi Z, Schultz SA, Yau WW, et al. (2023) Etiology of White Matter Hyperintensities in Autosomal Dominant and Sporadic Alzheimer Disease. Jama Neurology
Wagemann O, Li Y, Hassenstab J, et al. (2023) Investigation of sex differences in mutation carriers of the Dominantly Inherited Alzheimer Network. Alzheimer's & Dementia : the Journal of the Alzheimer's Association
Johnson ECB, Bian S, Haque RU, et al. (2023) Cerebrospinal fluid proteomics define the natural history of autosomal dominant Alzheimer's disease. Nature Medicine
Salvadó G, Horie K, Barthélemy NR, et al. (2023) Novel CSF tau biomarkers can be used for disease staging of sporadic Alzheimer's disease. Medrxiv : the Preprint Server For Health Sciences
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