David Erritzøe

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David Erritzøe
Affiliation: Imperial College London
Neurobiology Research Unit
Center for Integrated Molecular Brain Imaging
Location: Denmark
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David Erritzøe is a neuroimaging researcher working with positron emission tomography. He is affiliated with the Imperial College London and the Neurobiology Research Unit and Center for Integrated Molecular Brain Imaging in Copenhagen, Denmark.

His PhD thesis from 2009 was titled In vivo serotonergic markers in overweight and schizophrenic human subjects and supervised by Gitte Moos Knudsen, Terry Jernigan and Henrik Rindom.

[edit] Papers

  1. A nonlinear relationship between cerebral serotonin transporter and 5-HT(2A) receptor binding: an in vivo molecular imaging study in humans
  2. Brain serotonin 2A receptor binding: relations to body mass index, tobacco and alcohol use
  3. Cerebral serotonin transporter binding is inversely related to body mass index
  4. Cortical and subcortical 5-HT2A receptor binding in neuroleptic-naive first-episode schizophrenic patients
  5. In vivo imaging of cerebral serotonin transporter and serotonin2A receptor binding in 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA or "ecstasy") and hallucinogen users
  6. Positron emission tomography and single photon emission CT molecular imaging in schizophrenia

[edit] As co-author

  1. Broadband cortical desynchronization underlies the human psychedelic state
  2. Cerebral 5-HT2A receptor and serotonin transporter binding in humans are not affected by the val66met BDNF polymorphism status or blood BDNF levels
  3. Cognitive function is related to fronto-striatal serotonin transporter levels - a brain PET study in young healthy subjects
  4. Decreased frontal serotonin2A receptor binding in antipsychotic-naive patients with first-episode schizophrenia
  5. High familial risk for mood disorder is associated with low dorsolateral prefrontal cortex serotonin transporter binding
  6. Prefrontal serotonin transporter availability is positively associated with the cortisol awakening response
  7. Seasonal changes in brain serotonin transporter binding in short 5-HTTLPR-allele carriers but not in long-allele homozygotes
  8. Serotonin transporter binding in the hypothalamus correlates negatively with tonic heat pain ratings in healthy subjects: a ((11)C)DASB PET study
  9. The personality trait openness is related to cerebral 5-HTT levels

[edit] Abstract

  1. Obesity is associated with increased cortical 5-HT2A receptor binding and decreased serotonin transporter binding in humans: a pilot study
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