Phase IV – Bibliography

[Phase IV - A]
A. Liu PL, Aslan S, Li X, Buhner DM, Spence JS, Briggs RW, Haley RW, Lu H. Perfusion deficit to cholinergic challenge in veterans with Gulf War Illness. NeuroToxicology 2011;32(2): 242-246. doi:10.1016/j.neuro.2010.12.004 PMID: 21147163

A. Li X, Spence JS, Buhner DM, Hart J Jr., Cullum CM, Biggs MM, Hester AL, Odegard TN, Carmack PS, Briggs RW, Haley RW. Hippocampal dysfunction in Gulf War veterans: Investigation with ASL perfusion MR imaging and physostigmine challenge. Radiology 2011; 261(1): 218-225. doi: 10.1148/radiol.11101715. (Supplemental material : http://radiology.rsna.org/lookup/suppl/doi:10.1148/radiol.11101715/-/DC1; Podcast at http://radiology.rsna.org/content/early/2011/08/17/radiol.11101715/suppl/DC2)

[Phase IV -B]
B. 1. Cheshkov S, Chang A, Baek H, Briggs R, and Haley RW. Basal Ganglia NAA/Cr ratio in Gulf War Syndrome at 3T. Proc. Intl. Soc. Mag. Reson. Med. 2009; 17:1126. 17th ISMRM (International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine) meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii, April 18-24, 2009.

B. 1. Cheshkov, A. Chang, H.-M. Baek, S. Ganji, E. Babcock, R. Briggs, and R. Haley. Persistent basal ganglia NAA/Cr ratio differences in Gulf War Syndrome. Abstract 1980_1172, 18th ISMRM, Stockholm, Sweden, May 1-7, 2010.

[Phase IV -B]
B. 2. McColl R., Li S., Briggs R., Haley R. Diffuse White matter differences between Gulf War syndrome II and control subjects revealed by diffusion tensor MRI. Human Brain Mapping 2009: abstract no. 1317.

[Phase IV -B]
B. 3. Gopinath K., Gandhi P., Goyal A., Jiang L., Fang Y., Ouyang L., Ganji S., Buhner D., Ringe W., Spence J., Briggs R., Haley R. FMRI reveals abnormal central processing of sensory and pain stimuli in ill Gulf War veterans. Neurotoxicology 33(3) 261-271 (2012). doi:10.1016/j.neuro.2012.01.014

[Phase IV -B]
B. 4. Jiang L., Gandhi P., Qui M., Goyal A., Fang Y., Ouyang L., Gopinath K., Ringe W., Haley R., and Briggs R. Functional connectivity differences to ventral putamen of Gulf War syndrome II and control subjects. Proc. Intl. Soc. Mag. Res. Med. 2009:17, abstract 1212 17th ISMRM (International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine) meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii, April 18-24, 2009.

[Phase IV -B]
B. 8. Calley CS, Kraut M, Green TA, Buhl V, Grinnan J, Tillman GD, Hart, J Jr.,. Word finding deficits assessed in veterans with Gulf War Illness: And fMRI study. Cognitive Neuroscience Society, 17th annual meeting, Montreal, Canada, April 17-20, 2010.

B. 8. Calley C.S., Kraut M.A., Spence J.S., Briggs R.W., Haley R.W., Hart J. Jr. The neuroanatomic correlates of semantic memory deficits in patients with Gulf War Illnesses: a pilot study. Brain Imaging and Behavior 2010;4(3-4):248-255. DOI 10.1007/s11682-010-9103-2 PMID: 20824394

[Phase IV -B]
B. 9. Cooper C.M., Farris E.A., and Odegard T.N (2009). Hippocampal function mediates associative memory deficits observed in veterans with Gulf War Illness. Paper presented at the 3rd Annual Metroplex Day. Arlington, TX.

B. 9. Cooper C.M., Farris E.A., and Odegard T.N. (2009). Hippocampal function and its relationship to memory deficits observed in veterans with Gulf War Illness. Paper presented at the Annual Celebration of Excellence by Students, Arlington, TX.

B. 9. Cooper C.M., Farris E.A., Arduengo J.A., Bartlett J.C., and Odegard T.N. (2010) Neurobiological differences in ill-Gulf War veterans give rise to atypical pattern of aging in episodic memory. Paper presented at the 1st Annual Aging and Cognition Conference, Dallas, TX (January 31-February 1, 2010).

[Phase IV -B]
B. 10. Case K, Levy I, Gopinath K, Spence J, Moffett K, Gandhi P, Goyal A, Fang Y, Briggs R, Hart J, Moore A, Crosson B. Subcortical and cognitive deficits in 1991 Gulf War Syndrome 2. Cognitive Neuroscience Society, 17th annual meeting, Montreal, Canada, April 17-20, 2010.

[Phase IV -C]
C. 2.Tillman G.D., Green T.A., Ferree T.C., Calley C.S., Maguire M.J., Briggs R., Hart J. Jr., Haley R.W., Kraut M.A. Impaired response inhibition in ill Gulf War veterans. Journal of the Neurological Sciences 2010;297(1-2):1-5. doi:10.1016/j.jns.2010.07.021 PMID: 20719339

[Phase IV -C]
C. 3. Tillman G.D., Calley C.S., Green T.A., Buhl V.I., Biggs M.M., Spence J.S., Briggs R.W., Haley R.W., Hart J. Jr., Kraut M.A. Event-related potential patterns associated with hyperarousal in Gulf War Illness syndrome groups. NeuroToxicology 2012;33: 1096–1105. doi: 10.1016/j.neuro.2012.06.001.

C. 3. Tillman G.D., Calley C.S., Green T.A., Buhl V.I., Biggs M.M., Spence J.S., Briggs R.W., Haley R.W., Kraut M.A., Hart J. Jr.. Visual event-related potentials as markers of hyperarousal in Gulf War Illness: Evidence against a stress-related etiology. Psychiatry Research Neuroimaging 2013;211(3): 257-267. doi: 10.1016/j.pscychresns.2012.08.004

[Phase IV -E]
E. Briggs R., Cheshkov S., Lu H., Li X., McColl R., Buhner D., Ferree T., Hart J., Haley R. Objective brain abnormalities by 3T MRI and EEG in Gulf War illness. Society of Toxicology Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, March 7-11, 2010.

E. Ringe W., Briggs R., Gopinath K., Kraut M., Rypma B., Odegard T., Bartlett J., Crosson B., Hart J., Haley R. Functional neuroimaging shows abnormalities in brain function underlying symptoms of Gulf War illness. Society of Toxicology Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, March 7-11, 2010.