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David F. Tate

David F. Tate, PhD

Languages spoken: English

Academic Information

Departments Adjunct - Neurology

Academic Office Information

Dr. David Tate is a clinical neuropsychologist trained at Brigham Young University and Brown Medical School. He is heavily involved in medical imaging research used to examine a number of developmental, clinical, and medical disorders including traumatic brain injury and HIV. Dr. Tate has held faculty appointments at Brown University, Boston University, Harvard Medical School, University of Texas Health Science Center, and The University of Missouri-St. Louis. Dr. Tate has an active funded research program that explores the biological and cognitive benefits of cognitive rehabilitation treatments for service members with a traumatic brain injury. He also supports the Neuroimaging Core for the Chronic Effects of Neurotrauma Consortium (CENC) which is a multicenter DoD/VA funded collaborative effort to study the long-term effects of mild traumatic brain injury among US service members and veterans. He also supports research examining the imaging and cognitive effects high altitude flying has on pilots working in decompressed environments. Clinically, he also see TBI patients for forensic and general assessments and treatment.

Research Statement

For the past 20 years, I have had numerous opportunities to be involved in all levels of neuroimaging research, development and supervision. During this time, I have personally completed a Clinical Mentored K23 Award funded by NIMH/NINDS dedicated to developing cutting-edge MRI technology and served as PI of several NIH and DoD subawards. Currently I am the PI for a number of DoD funded studies focused on neuroimaging applications including both diffusion tensor imaging and structural MRI in Veterans and Service Members with a history of TBI. As part of these grants, I have supervised and continue to supervise students and staff in accomplishing research aims. Over the course of my career I have applied multiple imaging modalities to examine various CNS disorders and injury including HIV infection, Alzheimer’s Disease, carbon monoxide poisoning, cardiovascular disease, developmental disorders, decompression syndromes, and TBI. More recently, I have been supporting VA funded research of intimate partner violence in female Veterans to investigate how concussion and TBI may exacerbate the biological and cognitive effects of emotional trauma experienced by the women survivors. As a result, I have extensive experience using state of the art MRI measures to examine aspects of behavior/cognition in vulnerable patient populations. Combined, these experiences have provided me with a solid foundation in research design, MRI post-processing, data analyses, data dissemination, and supervision skills that can be directly applied to this study.

Education History

Postdoctoral Fellowship The Miriam Hospital, Brown Medical School
Postdoctoral Fellow
Brown University
Doctoral Training Brigham Young University
Brigham Young University

Selected Publications

Journal Article

  1. Swan AA, Kennedy E, Cooper DB, Amuan ME, Mayo J, Tate DF, Song K, Eapen BC, Van Cott AC, Lopez MR, Pugh MJ (2023). Comorbidity and polypharmacy impact neurobehavioral symptoms and symptom validity failure among post-9/11 veterans with mild traumatic brain injury. Front Neurol, 14, 1228377. (Read full article)
  2. Kennedy E, Dennis EL, Lindsey HM, deRoon-Cassini T, Du Plessis S, Fani N, Kaufman ML, Koen N, Larson CL, Laskowitz S, Lebois LAM, Morey RA, Newsome MR, Palermo C, Pastorek NJ, Powers A, Scheibel R, Seedat S, Seligowski A, Stein DJ, Stevens J, Sun D, Thompson P, Troyanskaya M, van Rooij SJH, Watts AA, Tomas CW, Williams W, Hillary FG, Pugh MJ, Wilde EA, Tate DF (2022). Harmonizing PTSD severity scales across instruments and sites. Neuropsychology, 37(4), 398-408. (Read full article)
  3. Dennis EL, Newsome MR, Lindsey HM, Adamson M, Austin TA, Disner SG, Eapen BC, Esopenko C, Franz CE, Geuze E, Haswell C, Hinds SR 2nd, Hodges CB, Irimia A, Kenney K, Koerte IK, Kremen WS, Levin HS, Morey RA, Ollinger J, Rowland JA, Scheibel RS, Shenton ME, Sullivan DR, Talbert LD, Thomopoulos SI, Troyanskaya M, Walker WC, Wang X, Ware AL, Werner JK, Williams W, Thompson PM, Tate DF, Wilde EA (2022). Altered lateralization of the cingulum in deployment-related traumatic brain injury: An ENIGMA military-relevant brain injury study. Hum Brain Mapp, 44(5), 1888-1900. (Read full article)
  4. Merkley TL, Esopenko C, Zizak VS, Bilder RM, Strutt AM, Tate DF, Irimia A (2022). Challenges and opportunities for harmonization of cross-cultural neuropsychological data. Neuropsychology, 37(3), 237-246. (Read full article)
  5. Tate DF, Dennis EL, Lindsey HM, Wilde EA (2023). Harmonization of neuropsychological and other clinical endpoints: Pitfalls and possibilities. Neuropsychology, 37(3), 233-236. (Read full article)
  6. Walker WC, ONeil ME, Ou Z, Pogoda TK, Belanger HG, Scheibel RS, Presson AP, Miles SR, Wilde EA, Tate DF, Troyanskaya M, Pugh MJ, Jak A, Cifu DX (2022). Can mild traumatic brain injury alter cognition chronically? A LIMBIC-CENC multicenter study. Neuropsychology, 37(1), 1-19. (Read full article)
  7. de Souza NL, Esopenko C, Jia Y, Parrott JS, Merkley TL, Dennis EL, Hillary FG, Velez C, Cooper DB, Kennedy JE, Lewis JD, York GE, Menefee DS, McCauley SR, Bowles AO, Wilde EA, Tate DF (2022). Discriminating Mild Traumatic Brain Injury and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Using Latent Neuroimaging and Neuropsychological Profiles in Active-Duty Military Service Members. J Head Trauma Rehabil. (Read full article)
  8. Runyan A, Philippi CL, Pessin S, Velez CS, Wade BSC, Marie Drennon A, Cooper DB, Kennedy JE, Bowles AO, Lewis JD, Reid MW, York GE, Newsome MR, Wilde EA, Tate DF (2022). Comparing resting-state connectivity of working memory networks in U.S. Service members with mild traumatic brain injury and posttraumatic stress disorder. Brain Res, 1796, 148099. (Read full article)
  9. Esopenko C, de Souza NL, Jia Y, Parrott JS, Merkley TL, Dennis EL, Hillary FG, Velez C, Cooper DB, Kennedy J, Lewis J, York G, Menefee DS, McCauley SR, Bowles AO, Wilde EA, Tate DF (2022). Latent Neuropsychological Profiles to Discriminate Mild Traumatic Brain Injury and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in Active-Duty Service Members. J Head Trauma Rehabil, 37(6), E438-E448. (Read full article)
  10. Kennedy JE, Cooper DB, Curtiss G, Shelton JL, Bowles AO, Tate DF, Eapen BC, Vanderploeg RD (2022). Research Letter: Long-Term Outcomes Following Cognitive Rehabilitation for Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: A 5-Year Follow-Up of a Cohort From the SCORE Randomized Clinical Trial. J Head Trauma Rehabil, 37(6), 390-395. (Read full article)
  11. Stewart IJ, Amuan ME, Wang CP, Kennedy E, Kenney K, Werner JK, Carlson KF, Tate DF, Pogoda TK, Dismuke-Greer CE, Wright WS, Wilde EA, Pugh MJ (2022). Association Between Traumatic Brain Injury and Subsequent Cardiovascular Disease Among Post-9/11-Era Veterans. JAMA Neurol, 79(11), 1122-1129. (Read full article)
  12. Bouchard HC, Sun D, Dennis EL, Newsome MR, Disner SG, Elman J, Silva A, Velez C, Irimia A, Davenport ND, Sponheim SR, Franz CE, Kremen WS, Coleman MJ, Williams MW, Geuze E, Koerte IK, Shenton ME, Adamson MM, Coimbra R, Grant G, Shutter L, George MS, Zafonte RD, McAllister TW, Stein MB, Thompson PM, Wilde EA, Tate DF, Sotiras A, Morey RA (2022). Age-dependent white matter disruptions after military traumatic brain injury: Multivariate analysis results from ENIGMA brain injury. Hum Brain Mapp, 43(8), 2653-2667. (Read full article)
  13. Fino PC, Dibble LE, Wilde EA, Fino NF, Johnson P, Cortez MM, Hansen CR, van der Veen SM, Skop KM, Werner JK, Tate DF, Levin HS, Pugh MJV, Walker WC (2022). Sensory Phenotypes for Balance Dysfunction After Mild Traumatic Brain Injury. Neurology, 99(5), e521-35. (Read full article)
  14. Gugger JJ, Kennedy E, Panahi S, Tate DF, Roghani A, Van Cott AC, Lopez MR, Altalib H, Diaz-Arrastia R, Pugh MJ (2022). Multimodal Quality of Life Assessment in Post-9/11 Veterans With Epilepsy: Impact of Drug Resistance, Traumatic Brain Injury, and Comorbidity. Neurology, 98(17), e1761-e1770. (Read full article)
  15. Dennis EL, Taylor BA, Newsome MR, Troyanskaya M, Abildskov TJ, Betts AM, Bigler ED, Cole J, Davenport N, Duncan T, Gill J, Guedes V, Hinds SR 2nd, Hovenden ES, Kenney K, Pugh MJ, Scheibel RS, Shahim PP, Shih R, Walker WC, Werner JK, York GE, Cifu DX, Tate DF, Wilde EA (2022). Advanced brain age in deployment-related traumatic brain injury: A LIMBIC-CENC neuroimaging study. Brain Inj, 36(5), 662-672. (Read full article)
  16. Kennedy E, Panahi S, Stewart IJ, Tate DF, Wilde EA, Kenney K, Werner JK, Gill J, Diaz-Arrastia R, Amuan M, Van Cott AC, Pugh MJ (2022). Traumatic Brain Injury and Early Onset Dementia in Post 9-11 Veterans. Brain Inj, 36(5), 620-627. (Read full article)
  17. Ramage AE, Ray KL, Franz HM, Tate DF, Lewis JD, Robin DA (2022). Cingulo-Opercular and Frontoparietal Network Control of Effort and Fatigue in Mild Traumatic Brain Injury. Front Hum Neurosci, 15, 788091. (Read full article)
  18. Davey DK, Jurick SM, Crocker LD, Hoffman SN, Sanderson-Cimino M, Tate DF, Velez CS, Delano-Wood L, Jak AJ (2021). White matter integrity, suicidal ideation, and cognitive dysfunction in combat-exposed Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans. Psychiatry Res Neuroimaging, 317, 111389. (Read full article)
  19. Philippi CL, Velez CS, Wade BSC, Drennon AM, Cooper DB, Kennedy JE, Bowles AO, Lewis JD, Reid MW, York GE, Newsome MR, Wilde EA, Tate DF (2021). Distinct patterns of resting-state connectivity in U.S. service members with mild traumatic brain injury versus posttraumatic stress disorder. Brain Imaging Behav, 15(5), 2616-2626. (Read full article)
  20. de Souza NL, Buckman JF, Dennis EL, Parrott JS, Velez C, Wilde EA, Tate DF, Esopenko C (2021). Association between white matter organization and cognitive performance in athletes with a history of sport-related concussion. J Clin Exp Neuropsychol, 43(7), 704-715. (Read full article)
  21. Lewis JD, Knutson KM, Gotts SJ, Tierney M, Ramage A, Tate DF, Clauw D, Williams DA, Robin DA, Wassermann EM (2021). Resting-State Correlations of Fatigue Following Military Deployment. J Neuropsychiatry Clin Neurosci, appineuropsych20100255. (Read full article)
  22. Pugh MJ, Kennedy E, Gugger J, Mayo J, Tate DF, Swan A, Kean J, Altalib HH, Gowda S, Towne A, Hinds SR, Van Cott A, Lopez MR, Jaramillo C, Eapen BC, McCafferty R, Salinsky M, Cramer J, McMillan KK, Kalvesmaki A, Diaz-Arrastia R (2021). The Military Injuries-Understanding post-Traumatic Epilepsy Study: Understanding Relationships Among Lifetime TBI History, Epilepsy, and Quality of Life. J Neurotrauma, 38(20), 2841-2850. (Read full article)
  23. Ord AS, Shura RD, Curtiss G, Armistead-Jehle P, Vanderploeg RD, Bowles AO, Kennedy JE, Tate DF, Cooper DB (2020). Number of Concussions Does Not Affect Treatment Response to Cognitive Rehabilitation Interventions Following Mild TBI in Military Service Members. Arch Clin Neuropsychol, 36(5), 850-856. (Read full article)
  24. Dennis EL, Caeyenberghs K, Hoskinson KR, Merkley TL, Suskauer SJ, Asarnow RF, Babikian T, Bartnik-Olson B, Bickart K, Bigler ED, Ewing-Cobbs L, Figaji A, Giza CC, Goodrich-Hunsaker NJ, Hodges CB, Hovenden Aa ES, Irimia A, Knigs M, Levin HS, Lindsey HM, Max JE, Newsome MR, Olsen A, Ryan NP, Schmidt AT, Spruiell MS, Wade BS, Ware AL, Watson CG, Wheeler AL, Yeates KO, Zielinski BA, Kochunov P, Jahanshad N, Thompson PM, Tate DF, Wilde EA (2021). White Matter Disruption in Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury: Results from ENIGMA Pediatric Moderate to Severe Traumatic Brain Injury. Neurology, 97(3), e298-309. (Read full article)
  25. Hammers DB, Miranda M, Abildskov TJ, Tate DF, Wilde EA, Spencer RJ (2021). Consideration of different scoring approaches for a verbal incidental learning measure from the WAIS-IV using hippocampal volumes. Appl Neuropsychol Adult, 30, 1-11. (Read full article)
  26. Koerte IK, Esopenko C, Hinds SR 2nd, Shenton ME, Bonke EM, Bazarian JJ, Bickart KC, Bigler ED, Bouix S, Buckley TA, Choe MC, Echlin PS, Gill J, Giza CC, Hayes J, Hodges CB, Irimia A, Johnson PK, Kenney K, Levin HS, Lin AP, Lindsey HM, Lipton ML, Max JE, Mayer AR, Meier TB, Merchant-Borna K, Merkley TL, Mills BD, Newsome MR, Porfido T, Stephens JA, Tartaglia MC, Ware AL, Zafonte RD, Zeineh MM, Thompson PM, Tate DF, Dennis EL, Wilde EA, Baron D (2020). The ENIGMA sports injury working group:- an international collaboration to further our understanding of sport-related brain injury. Brain Imaging Behav, 15(2), 576-584. (Read full article)
  27. Dennis EL, Caeyenberghs K, Asarnow RF, Babikian T, Bartnik-Olson B, Bigler ED, Figaji A, Giza CC, Goodrich-Hunsaker NJ, Hodges CB, Hoskinson KR, Knigs M, Levin HS, Lindsey HM, Livny A, Max JE, Merkley TL, Newsome MR, Olsen A, Ryan NP, Spruiell MS, Suskauer SJ, Thomopoulos SI, Ware AL, Watson CG, Wheeler AL, Yeates KO, Zielinski BA, Thompson PM, Tate DF, Wilde EA (2022). Challenges and opportunities for neuroimaging in young patients with traumatic brain injury: a coordinated effort towards advancing discovery from the ENIGMA pediatric moderate/severe TBI group. Brain Imaging Behav, 15(2), 555-575. (Read full article)
  28. Olsen A, Babikian T, Bigler ED, Caeyenberghs K, Conde V, Dams-OConnor K, Dobryakova E, Genova H, Grafman J, Hberg AK, Heggland I, Hellstrm T, Hodges CB, Irimia A, Jha RM, Johnson PK, Koliatsos VE, Levin H, Li LM, Lindsey HM, Livny A, Lvstad M, Medaglia J, Menon DK, Mondello S, Monti MM, Newcombe VFJ, Petroni A, Ponsford J, Sharp D, Spitz G, Westlye LT, Thompson PM, Dennis EL, Tate DF, Wilde EA, Hillary FG (2020). Toward a global and reproducible science for brain imaging in neurotrauma: the ENIGMA adult moderate/severe traumatic brain injury working group. Brain Imaging Behav, 15(2), 526-554. (Read full article)
  29. Bartnik-Olson BL, Alger JR, Babikian T, Harris AD, Holshouser B, Kirov II, Maudsley AA, Thompson PM, Dennis EL, Tate DF, Wilde EA, Lin A (2020). The clinical utility of proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy in traumatic brain injury: recommendations from the ENIGMA MRS working group. Brain Imaging Behav, 15(2), 504-525. (Read full article)
  30. Esopenko C, Meyer J, Wilde EA, Marshall AD, Tate DF, Lin AP, Koerte IK, Werner KB, Dennis EL, Ware AL, de Souza NL, Menefee DS, Dams-OConnor K, Stein DJ, Bigler ED, Shenton ME, Chiou KS, Postmus JL, Monahan K, Eagan-Johnson B, van Donkelaar P, Merkley TL, Velez C, Hodges CB, Lindsey HM, Johnson P, Irimia A, Spruiell M, Bennett ER, Bridwell A, Zieman G, Hillary FG (2021). A global collaboration to study intimate partner violence-related head trauma: The ENIGMA consortium IPV working group. Brain Imaging Behav, 15(2), 475-503. (Read full article)
  31. Tate DF, Dennis EL, Adams JT, Adamson MM, Belanger HG, Bigler ED, Bouchard HC, Clark AL, Delano-Wood LM, Disner SG, Eapen BC, Franz CE, Geuze E, Goodrich-Hunsaker NJ, Han K, Hayes JP, Hinds SR 2nd, Hodges CB, Hovenden ES, Irimia A, Kenney K, Koerte IK, Kremen WS, Levin HS, Lindsey HM, Morey RA, Newsome MR, Ollinger J, Pugh MJ, Scheibel RS, Shenton ME, Sullivan DR, Taylor BA, Troyanskaya M, Velez C, Wade BS, Wang X, Ware AL, Zafonte R, Thompson PM, Wilde EA (2021). Coordinating Global Multi-Site Studies of Military-Relevant Traumatic Brain Injury: Opportunities, Challenges, and Harmonization Guidelines. Brain Imaging Behav, 15(2), 585-613. (Read full article)
  32. Wilde EA, Dennis EL, Tate DF (2021). The ENIGMA Brain Injury working group: approach, challenges, and potential benefits. Brain Imaging Behav, 15(2), 465-474. (Read full article)
  33. Bouldin ED, Swan AA, Norman RS, Tate DF, Tumminello C, Amuan ME, Eapen BC, Wang CP, Trevino A, Pugh MJ (2020). Health Phenotypes and Neurobehavioral Symptom Severity Among Post-9/11 Veterans With Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: A Chronic Effects of Neurotrauma Consortium Study. J Head Trauma Rehabil, 36(1), 10-19. (Read full article)
  34. Bigler ED, Skiles M, Wade BSC, Abildskov TJ, Tustison NJ, Scheibel RS, Newsome MR, Mayer AR, Stone JR, Taylor BA, Tate DF, Walker WC, Levin HS, Wilde EA (2018). FreeSurfer 5.3 versus 6.0: are volumes comparable? A Chronic Effects of Neurotrauma Consortium study. Brain Imaging Behav, 14(5), 1318-1327. (Read full article)
  35. Belanger HG, Vanderploeg RD, Curtiss G, Armistead-Jehle P, Kennedy JE, Tate DF, Eapen BC, Bowles AO, Cooper DB (2019). Self-efficacy predicts response to cognitive rehabilitation in military service members with post-concussive symptoms. Neuropsychol Rehabil, 30(6), 1190-1203. (Read full article)
  36. Dennis EL, Baron D, Bartnik-Olson B, Caeyenberghs K, Esopenko C, Hillary FG, Kenney K, Koerte IK, Lin AP, Mayer AR, Mondello S, Olsen A, Thompson PM, Tate DF, Wilde EA (2020). ENIGMA brain injury: Framework, challenges, and opportunities. Hum Brain Mapp, 43, 149-166. (Read full article)
  37. Thompson PM, Jahanshad N, Ching CRK, Salminen LE, Thomopoulos SI, Bright J, Baune BT, Bertoln S, Bralten J, Bruin WB, Blow R, Chen J, Chye Y, Dannlowski U, de Kovel CGF, Donohoe G, Eyler LT, Faraone SV, Favre P, Filippi CA, Frodl T, Garijo D, Gil Y, Grabe HJ, Grasby KL, Hajek T, Han LKM, Hatton SN, Hilbert K, Ho TC, Holleran L, Homuth G, Hosten N, Houenou J, Ivanov I, Jia T, Kelly S, Klein M, Kwon JS, Laansma MA, Leerssen J, Lueken U, Nunes A, Neill JO, Opel N, Piras F, Piras F, Postema MC, Pozzi E, Shatokhina N, Soriano-Mas C, Spalletta G, Sun D, Teumer A, Tilot AK, Tozzi L, van der Merwe C, Van Someren EJW, van Wingen GA, Vlzke H, Walton E, Wang L, Winkler AM, Wittfeld K, Wright MJ, Yun JY, Zhang G, Zhang-James Y, Adhikari BM, Agartz I, Aghajani M, Aleman A, Althoff RR, Altmann A, Andreassen OA, Baron DA, Bartnik-Olson BL, Marie Bas-Hoogendam J, Baskin-Sommers AR, Bearden CE, Berner LA, Boedhoe PSW, Brouwer RM, Buitelaar JK, Caeyenberghs K, Cecil CAM, Cohen RA, Cole JH, Conrod PJ, De Brito SA, de Zwarte SMC, Dennis EL, Desrivieres S, Dima D, Ehrlich S, Esopenko C, Fairchild G, Fisher SE, Fouche JP, Francks C, Frangou S, Franke B, Garavan HP, Glahn DC, Groenewold NA, Gurholt TP, Gutman BA, Hahn T, Harding IH, Hernaus D, Hibar DP, Hillary FG, Hoogman M, Hulshoff Pol HE, Jalbrzikowski M, Karkashadze GA, Klapwijk ET, Knickmeyer RC, Kochunov P, Koerte IK, Kong XZ, Liew SL, Lin AP, Logue MW, Luders E, Macciardi F, Mackey S, Mayer AR, McDonald CR, McMahon AB, Medland SE, Modinos G, Morey RA, Mueller SC, Mukherjee P, Namazova-Baranova L, Nir TM, Olsen A, Paschou P, Pine DS, Pizzagalli F, Rentera ME, Rohrer JD, Smann PG, Schmaal L, Schumann G, Shiroishi MS, Sisodiya SM, Smit DJA, Snderby IE, Stein DJ, Stein JL, Tahmasian M, Tate DF, Turner JA, van den Heuvel OA, van der Wee NJA, van der Werf YD, van Erp TGM, van Haren NEM, van Rooij D, van Velzen LS, Veer IM, Veltman DJ, Villalon-Reina JE, Walter H, Whelan CD, Wilde EA, Zarei M, Zelman V, ENIGMA Consortium (2020). ENIGMA and global neuroscience: A decade of large-scale studies of the brain in health and disease across more than 40 countries. Transl Psychiatry, 10(1), 100. (Read full article)
  38. Dennis EL, Disner SG, Fani N, Salminen LE, Logue M, Clarke EK, Haswell CC, Averill CL, Baugh LA, Bomyea J, Bruce SE, Cha J, Choi K, Davenport ND, Densmore M, du Plessis S, Forster GL, Frijling JL, Gonenc A, Gruber S, Grupe DW, Guenette JP, Hayes J, Hofmann D, Ipser J, Jovanovic T, Kelly S, Kennis M, Kinzel P, Koch SBJ, Koerte I, Koopowitz S, Korgaonkar M, Krystal J, Lebois LAM, Li G, Magnotta VA, Manthey A, May GJ, Menefee DS, Nawijn L, Nelson SM, Neufeld RWJ, Nitschke JB, ODoherty D, Peverill M, Ressler KJ, Roos A, Sheridan MA, Sierk A, Simmons A, Simons RM, Simons JS, Stevens J, Suarez-Jimenez B, Sullivan DR, Thberge J, Tran JK, van den Heuvel L, van der Werff SJA, van Rooij SJH, van Zuiden M, Velez C, Verfaellie M, Vermeiren RRJM, Wade BSC, Wager T, Walter H, Winternitz S, Wolff J, York G, Zhu Y, Zhu X, Abdallah CG, Bryant R, Daniels JK, Davidson RJ, Fercho KA, Franz C, Geuze E, Gordon EM, Kaufman ML, Kremen WS, Lagopoulos J, Lanius RA, Lyons MJ, McCauley SR, McGlinchey R, McLaughlin KA, Milberg W, Neria Y, Olff M, Seedat S, Shenton M, Sponheim SR, Stein DJ, Stein MB, Straube T, Tate DF, van der Wee NJA, Veltman DJ, Wang L, Wilde EA, Thompson PM, Kochunov P, Jahanshad N, Morey RA (2019). Altered white matter microstructural organization in posttraumatic stress disorder across 3047 adults: results from the PGC-ENIGMA PTSD consortium. Mol Psychiatry, 26(8), 4315-4330. (Read full article)
  39. Pugh MJ, Swan AA, Amuan ME, Eapen BC, Jaramillo CA, Delgado R, Tate DF, Yaffe K, Wang CP (2019). Deployment, suicide, and overdose among comorbidity phenotypes following mild traumatic brain injury: A retrospective cohort study from the Chronic Effects of Neurotrauma Consortium. PLoS One, 14(9), e0222674. (Read full article)
  40. Bigler ED, Abildskov TJ, Eggleston B, Taylor BA, Tate DF, Petrie JA, Newsome MR, Scheibel RS, Levin H, Walker WC, Goodrich-Hunsaker N, Tustison NJ, Stone JR, Mayer AR, Duncan TD, York GE, Wilde EA (2019). Structural neuroimaging in mild traumatic brain injury: A chronic effects of neurotrauma consortium study. Int J Methods Psychiatr Res, 28(3), e1781. (Read full article)
  41. Ramage AE, Tate DF, New AB, Lewis JD, Robin DA (2019). Effort and Fatigue-Related Functional Connectivity in Mild Traumatic Brain Injury. Front Neurol, 9, 1165. (Read full article)
  42. Wilde EA, Provenzale JM, Taylor BA, Boss M, Zuccolotto A, Hachey R, Pathak S, Tate DF, Abildskov TJ, Schneider W (2018). Assessment of quantitative magnetic resonance imaging metrics in the brain through the use of a novel phantom. Brain Inj, 32(10), 1266-1276. (Read full article)


  1. Mehr JB, Bennett ER, Price JL, de Souza NL, Buckman JF, Wilde EA, Tate DF, Marshall AD, Dams-OConnor K, Esopenko C (2023). Intimate partner violence, substance use, and health comorbidities among women: A narrative review. [Review]. Front Psychol, 13, 1028375. (Read full article)
  2. Fong AK, Allen MD, Waltzman D, Sarmiento K, Yeates KO, Suskauer S, Wintermark M, Lindberg DM, Tate DF, Wilde EA, Loewen JL (2020). Neuroimaging in Pediatric Patients with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: Relating the Current 2018 Centers for Disease Control Guideline and the Potential of Advanced Neuroimaging Modalities for Research and Clinical Biomarker Development. [Review]. J Neurotrauma, 38(1), 44-52. (Read full article)


  1. Dennis EL, Veer IM, Descoteaux M, Tate DF, Wilde EA (2023). Editorial: Harmonization strategies and considerations in neuroimaging studies. Front Neurol, 14, 1165263. (Read full article)