Erin Bojanek

BS (2014) University of Rochester, Rochester, NY
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Broadly, my research interests are focused on understanding the brain and behavior differences in children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorders.  Specifically, I am interested in exploring the cognitive differences seen in children with ASD through neuroimaging techniques and behavioral assessments and ultimately developing and disseminating interventions to target these differences.

Selected Publications

Wegbreit, E., Cushman, G. K., Weissman, A. B., Bojanek, E., Kim, K. L., Leibenluft, E., & Dickstein, D.P.  (2016).  Reversal-learning deficits in childhood-onset bipolar disorder across the transition from childhood to young adulthood. Journal of Affective Disorders, 203, 46-54.

Selected Presentations

Bojanek, E., Christensen, R. E., Kasoff, L. I., O'Connor, D., Kim, K. L., Leibenluft, E., …Dickstein, D. P. (2016, March) Resting state functional connectivity in youths with primary bipolar disorder versus primary attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Poster presented at Brown University's 3rd Annual Mind Brain Research Day, Providence, RI.

Christensen, R.E., Kasoff, L.I., Bojanek, E., Kim, K.L., Hunt, J.I., Yen, S., …Dickstein, D.P. (2016, March) Reduced neural signaling in young adults with bipolar disorder during reversal learning. Poster presented at Brown University’s 3rd Annual Mind Brain Research Day, Providence, RI.

Kasoff, L.I., Bojanek, E., Christensen, R., Kim, K.L., Hunt, J.I., Yen, S., …Dickstein, D.P. (2016, March). Neural activation during masked and unmasked emotional face processing in young adults with bipolar disorder. Poster presented at Brown University’s 3rd Annual Mind Brain Research Day, Providence, RI.

Weissman, A., Bojanek, E., Wegbreit, E., Cushman, G., Kim, K., Dickstein, D. (2015, March).  Facial emotion recognition in childhood-onset bipolar I disorder: an evaluation of developmental differences between youths and adults.  Poster presented at Brown University’s Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior Research Symposium on Mental Health Sciences, Providence, RI.


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