David F. Tate, PhD

Languages

  • English

Academic Information

  • Departments: Neurology - Associate Professor
  • Divisions: Cognitive Neurology

Academic Office Information

  • 801-213-1546
  • College of Health
    TBI and Concussion Center
    383 Colorow Building
    Salt Lake City, UT 84108

Academic Bio

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, and University of Texas Health Science Center. 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. In addition, he has begun working with researchers examining the imaging and cognitive effects high altitude flying has on pilots working in decompressed environments.

Education History

Type School Degree
Postdoctoral Fellowship The Miriam Hospital, Brown Medical School
Neuropsychology/HIV & Other Infectious Diseases
Postdoctoral Fellow
Internship Brown University
Clinical Neuropsychology
Intern
Doctoral Training Brigham Young University
Clinical Psychology, Neuropsychology Emphasis
Ph.D.
Undergraduate Brigham Young University
Psychology and Anthropology
B.S., B.A.

Selected Publications

Journal Article

  1. 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. (Epub ahead of print) Mol Psychiatry.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 1-14.
  5. 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.
  6. 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. (Epub ahead of print) Brain Imaging Behav.
  7. 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.