Matthew J. Kempton

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Matthew J. Kempton
Affiliation: Institute of Psychiatry
Location: United Kingdom
Position: Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Interest(s): Meta-analysis
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Link(s): http://www.iop.kcl.ac.uk/staff/profile/default.aspx?go=11217
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Matthew J. Kempton is a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Institute of Psychiatry. He has performed several meta-analyses of brain region volumes and psychiatric illnesses and has set up the Bipolar Disorder Neuroimaging Database and an Major Depressive Disorder Neuroimaging Database.

[edit] Work

  1. A comprehensive testing protocol for MRI neuroanatomical segmentation techniques: Evaluation of a novel lateral ventricle segmentation method
  2. Dehydration affects brain structure and function in healthy adolescents
  3. Dissociable brain structural changes associated with predisposition, resilience, and disease expression in bipolar disorder
  4. Effects of acute dehydration on brain morphology in healthy humans
  5. Effects of the CACNA1C risk allele for bipolar disorder on cerebral gray matter volume in healthy individuals
  6. Meta-analysis, database, and meta-regression of 98 structural imaging studies in bipolar disorder
  7. Progressive lateral ventricular enlargement in schizophrenia: a meta-analysis of longitudinal MRI studies
  8. Structural neuroimaging studies in major depressive disorder: meta-analysis and comparison with bipolar disorder
  9. The effects of gender and COMT Val158Met polymorphism on fearful facial affect recognition: a fMRI study

[edit] As co-author

  1. Online open neuroimaging mass meta-analysis
  2. Online open neuroimaging mass meta-analysis with a wiki
  3. Pituitary volume in patients with bipolar disorder and their first-degree relatives
  4. Predicting psychosis: meta-analysis of transition outcomes in individuals at high clinical risk

[edit] External links

  1. Ny hjerneforskning giver håb til depressionsramte
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