HNRP Investigators Present at INS 2015

The 43nd Annual Annual Meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society occurs February 4-7, 2015 in Denver, Colorado. The theme of this meeting is  “Networks, Connectivity and Neuropsychology”. 

Below are the titles of HNRP generated presentations/posters at the meeting.  Click here to view posters if available (alphabatized by title within year - poster is icon on left hand side).

Casaletto K, Heaton R, Tulsky D.  Uncorrected versus Demographically-Adjusted Scores on the NIH Toolbox Cognition Battery: What is the Difference? 

Casaletto K, Fazeli P, Woods S, Moore D. Metacognition partially mediates the relationship between neurocognitive and everyday functioning among older adults with HIV.

Cherner M, Minassian A, Ellis R, Heaton R, Suarez P, Bousman C, Grant I, and the TMARC Group.  COMT Val158Met Val/Val genotype may mitigate methamphetamine related executive dysfunction. 

Fazeli P, Marquine MJ, Dufour C, Henry BL, Montoya J, Gouaux, B, Moore R, Letendre SL, Woods SP, Grant I, Jeste D, Moore DJ, and the HNRP Group.  Moderate physical activity is associated with better neurocognitive and everyday functioning in older adults with HIV disease.

Iudicello J, Morgan E, Kamat R, Clark L, Bondi M, Woods S. Does HIV disease accelerate neurocognitive aging?

Kamat R., Doyle K, Iudicello J, Morgan E, Morris S, Smith D, Little S, Grant I, Letendre S, Woods S.   Neurobehavioral changes in acute and early HIV infection.

Marquine M. Neurocognitive decline in HIV-infected Hispanics: Rates and predictors.

Moore D, Fazeli P, Casaletto K, Letendre S, Scott J, Woods S, Jeste D, Grant I, and the HNRP Group.  Neuropsychological functioning is associated with multitasking in older HIV+ adults. 

Sheppard D, Woods S, Doyle K, Holden H, Turk E, Tierney S, Gilbert P. A comparison of prospective memory capacity in Huntington's Disease and HIV infection.

Sheppard D, Iudicello J, Doyle K, Morgan E, Massman P, Bondi M, Woods S. Gender differences in the risk of Mild Cognitive Impairment in HIV disease.

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