Babyar SR, Smeragliuolo A, Albazron FM, Putrino D, Reding M, Boes AD. Lesion Localization of Poststroke Lateropulsion. Stroke. 2019;50:1067–1073.
Hindman J*, Bowren MD*, Bruss J, Wright B, Geerling JC**, Boes AD**. Thalamic Strokes that Severely Impair Arousal Extend into the Brainstem. Ann Neurol. 2018; In Press. *Co-First; **Co-Last
Boes AD*, Fischer D*, Geerling JC, Bruss J, Saper CB, Fox MD. Connectivity of Sleep- and Wake-Promoting Regions of the Human Hypothalamus During Resting Wakefulness . Sleep, May 2018; *Co-First
Boes, AD*, Uitermarkt BD*, Albazron FM, Lan MJ, Liston C, Pascual-Leone A, Dubin MJ, Fox MD. Rostral anterior cingulate cortex is a structural correlate of repetitive TMS treatment response in depression. Brain Stimulation, ePub ahead of print. *Co-First
Harper K, Boes AD, Gerser R, Pascual-Leone A, Rotenberg A. Persistent uncrossed corticospinal connections in patients with intractable focal epilepsy. Epilepsy & Behavior. 2017 75 66-71. PMID: 28830029
Kelly MS, Oliveira-Maia AJ, Bernstein M, Stern AP, Press DZ, Pascual-Leone A, & Boes, AD. Initial response to transcranial magnetic stimulation treatment for depression predicts subsequent response. Journal of Neuropsychiatry & Clinical Neurosciences. 2017 29 (2) 179 -182. PMID: 27899052
Mike Kelly, a medical student who did a summer rotation with Dr. Boes, analyzed a large clinical database at the Berenson Allen Center for Noninvasive Brain Stimulation and showed that one's response to a treatment course of TMS in depression predicts future responses.
Fischer DB,** Boes AD,** Demertzi A, Evrard HC, Laureys S, Edlow BL, Liu H, Saper CB, Pascual-Leone A, Fox MD, Geerling JC. A human brain network derived from coma-causing brainstem lesions. 2016. 687 (23) 2427 -2434 ** Indicates authors contributed equally
David Fischer took a year off of medical school at Harvard Medical School and collaborated with Dr. Boes on this project investigating focal brainstem lesions that cause coma. Both Drs. Fischer and Boes were recognized by the American Academy of Neurology for this work. Also see 'lab news' for additional articles. Joel Geerling, co-senior author with Mike Fox, moved from Boston at Iowa at the same time as Dr. Boes to continue work on this topic.
Boes AD, Stern AP, Bernstein M, et al. H-Coil Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Induced Seizure in an Adult with Major Depression: A Case Report. Brain Stimul. 2016 Apr 19.
Laganiere S, Boes AD, Fox MD. Network localization of hemichorea-hemiballismus. Neurology, 2016. 86 (23) 2187-2195
Sutterer M, Bruss J, Boes AD, Voss MW, Bechara A, Tranel D. Canceled connections: Lesion-derived network mapping helps explain differences in performance on a complex decision-making task. Cortex, 2016, 78: 31-43
Fischer DB, Perez DL, Prasad S, Rigolo L, O’Donnell L, Acar D, Meadows M, Baslet G, Boes AD, Golby AJ, Dworetzky, BA. Right inferior longitudinal fasciculus lesions disrupt visual-emotional integration. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 2016, 11(6): 945-951.
Rubio B**, Boes AD**, Laganiere S, Rotenberg A, Jeurissen D, Pascual-Leone, A: Noninvasive Brain Stimulation in Pediatric ADHD: A Review. Journal of Child Neurology, 2016, 31(6), p784-796 ** Indicates authors contributed equally
Stern AP, Boes AD, Haller CS, Bloomingdale K, Pascual-Leone A, Press D. Psychiatrists’ attitudes toward transcranial magnetic stimulation. Biological Psychiatry, 2015 S0006-3223(15) 659-9, PMID: 26435222
Boes AD, Prasad, S, Pascual-Leone, A, Liu H, Liu Q, Caviness, VS, Fox, MD: Network localization of neurological symptoms from focal brain lesions. Brain, 2015, Oct;138:3061-75, PMID: 26264514.
This article describes a novel technique for combining traditional lesion mapping with normative functional connectivity data to infer the remote network effects of focal brain lesions. In doing so, this article links heterogeneous subcortical lesions to cortical regions hypothesized to be involved in the expression of symptoms from the lesion across four lesion syndromes.
Boes AD, Duhaime AC, Caruso P, Fischl B: FreeSurfer is useful for the early detection of Rasmussen’s encephalitis. Dev Med Child Neurol. 2015, PMID: 26174006
Boes AD, Grafft A, Espe-Pfeifer P, Rowe J, Stein MT: Manipulative and antisocial behavior in an 11-year-old boy with epilepsy. J Dev Behav Pediatr 2012, 33(4):365-368. PMID: 22566031
Boes AD, Grafft AH, Joshi C, Chuang NA, Nopoulos P, Anderson SW: Behavioral effects of congenital ventromedial prefrontal cortex malformation. BMC Neurol, 2011, 11:151. PMID: 22136635.
This article describes a patient Dr. Boes cared for as a medical student. It is the first report providing a detailed neuropsychological and behavioral assessment of a patient with congenital dysplasia of the ventromedial prefrontal cortex, which resulted in a pronounced antisocial behavior that shared overlap with developmental psychopathy.
Boes AD, Mehta S, Rudrauf D, Van Der Plas E, Grabowski T, Adolphs R, Nopoulos P: Changes in cortical morphology resulting from long-term amygdala damage. 2011, Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci 2012, 7(5):588-595. PMID: 21896493.
Nopoulos P, Boes AD, Jabines A, Conrad AL, Canady J, Richman L, Dawson JD: Hyperactivity, impulsivity, and inattention in boys with cleft lip and palate: relationship to ventromedial prefrontal cortex morphology. J Neurodev Disord 2010, 2(4):235-242. PMID: 22127933.
Van Der Plas EA, Boes AD, Wemmie JA, Tranel D, Nopoulos P: Amygdala volume correlates positively with fearfulness in normal healthy girls. Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci 2010, 5(4):424-431. PMID: 20150341.
Boes AD, Bechara A, Tranel D, Anderson SW, Richman L, Nopoulos P: Right ventromedial prefrontal cortex: a neuroanatomical correlate of impulse control in boys. Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci 2009, 4(1):1-9. PMID: 19015086.
Boes AD, Tranel D, Anderson SW, Nopoulos P: Right anterior cingulate: a neuroanatomical correlate of aggression and defiance in boys. Behav Neurosci 2008, 122(3):677-684. PMID: 18513137.
Boes AD, McCormick LM, Coryell WH, Nopoulos P: Rostral anterior cingulate cortex volume correlates with depressed mood in normal healthy children. Biol Psychiatry 2008, 63(4):391-397. PMID: 17916329.