Yelena Bodien, Ph.D.
Neuropsychology Fellow, Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital
Dr. Yelena Bodien is a Neuropsychology Fellow at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital. She completed her graduate work at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where her research focused on using multimodal brain imaging and transcranial magnetic stimulation to probe the underlying neurobiology of schizophrenia. At Spaulding, her clinical duties involve the application of standardized and novel measures to the assessment and rehabilitation of patients with disorders of consciousness. Dr. Bodien's research activities include investigating the diagnostic and prognostic validity as well as augmentative communication utility of neuroimaging paradigms in patients with diagnosed with disorders of consciousness.
Guller Y. and Giacino, JT. Potential applications of concurrent transcranial magnetic stimulation and functional magenetic resonance imaging in acquired brain injury and disorders of consciousness. Brain Injury. 2013. in review
Guller Y., Postle B.R. and Tononi G. Conserved functional connectivity but impaired effective connectivity of thalamocortical circuitry in schizophrenia. Brain Connectivity. 2012 (2): 311-19.
Guller Y., Ferrarelli F., Shackman A.J., Sarasso S., Peterson M.J., Langheim F.J., Meyerand M.E., Tononi G. and Postle B.R. Probing thalamic integrity in schizophrenia using concurrent transcranial magnetic stimulation and functional magnetic resonance imaging. Archives of General Psychiatry. 2012 (69): 662-72.
Ferrarelli F., Sarasso S., Guller Y., Riedner B., Peterson M.J., Bellesi M., Massimini M., Postle B.R. and Tononi G. Reduced natural oscillatory frequency of frontal thalamocortical circuits in schizophrenia. Archives of General Psychiatry. 2012 (69): 766-74.
Hill CE1, Guller Y, Raffa SJ, Hurtado A, Bunge MB. A calpain inhibitor enhances the survival of Schwann cells in vitro and after transplantation into the injured spinal cord. J Neurotrauma. 2010 Sep;27(9):1685-95.