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Deanna Greene, PhD

Current Position
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry

Education and Training
2010 PhD: University of California, Los Angeles
2003 BA: University of California, San Diego

Major Awards
2014-2019 NIMH K01 Mentored Scientist Career Development Award
2015-2017 Career Development Institute for Psychiatry
2014 NARSAD Young Investigator Award

Areas of Research Interests
Dr. Greene's current research is focused on understanding human cognitive and sensorimotor systems, their interactions, and their development in typical and atypical populations. She uses a cognitive neuroscience approach, applying resting state functional connectivity MRI, task-based fMRI, structural MRI, behavioral and clinical measures, to study typically developing children and adults as well as neuropsychiatric populations (e.g., Tourette syndrome).

Key Publications
Greene DJ, Williams Iii AC, Koller JM, Schlaggar BL, Black KJ, (2016 Oct). Brain structure in pediatric Tourette syndrome. Mol. Psychiatry.   Full Article ->

Gordon EM, Laumann TO, Gilmore AW, Newbold DJ, Greene DJ, Berg JJ, Ortega M, Hoyt-Drazen C, Gratton C, Sun H, Hampton JM, Coalson RS, Nguyen AL, McDermott KB, Shimony JS, Snyder AZ, Schlaggar BL, Petersen SE, Nelson SM, Dosenbach NUF, (2017 Aug). Precision Functional Mapping of Individual Human Brains. Neuron. 95(4): 791-807.e7.  Full Article ->

Greene DJ, Church JA, Dosenbach NUF, Nielsen AN, Adeyemo B, Nardos B, Petersen SE, Black KJ, Schlaggar BL. (2016) Multivariate pattern classification of pediatric Tourette syndrome using functional connectivity MRI. Dev Sci.  Full Article ->

Greene DJ, Laumann TO, Dubis JW, Ihnen SK, Neta M, Power JD, Pruett JR Jr, Black KJ, Schlaggar BL (2014 Apr 23). Developmental changes in the organization of functional connections between the basal ganglia and cerebral cortex. J Neurosci. 34(17): 5842-54.  Full Article ->

Greene DJ, Black KJ, Schlaggar BL (Apr 2016) Considerations for MRI study design and implementation in pediatric and clinical populations. Dev Cogn Neurosci. 18: 101-112.  Full Article ->

Greene DJ, Koller JM, Robichaux-Viehoever A, Bihun EC, Schlaggar BL, Black KJ. (Aug 2014) Reward enhances tic suppression in children within months of tic disorder onset. Dev Cogn Neurosci. 11:65-74.  Full Article ->

Funded Research Projects
NIMH K01 (PI): Predicting outcome in children with tic disorders using neuroimaging data

Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Research Center (PI): Characterizing the individualized functional connectome in development

Tourette Syndrome Association (PI): Network architecture of the brain in Tourette syndrome and its phenotypic subgroups

McDonnell Center for Systems Neuroscience (PI): Preliminary investigation of motor and cognitive inhibition in children with Tourette syndrome