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Carissa N. Weis PhD

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Assistant Professor

Institution: Medical College of Wisconsin
Department: Institute for Health and Equity
Division: Epidemiology
Program: Administration


I am willing to collaborate on research projects.


Publications (7)

  • A 7-Tesla MRI Study of the Periaqueductal Grey: Resting State and Task Activation Under Threat. (Weis CN, Bennett KP, Huggins AA, Parisi EA, Gorka SM, Larson C) Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci 2021 Jul 09 PMID: 34244809 07/11/2021    
  • Neural substrates of human fear generalization: A 7T-fMRI investigation. (Huggins AA, Weis CN, Parisi EA, Bennett KP, Miskovic V, Larson CL) Neuroimage 2021 10 01;239:118308 PMID: 34175426 SCOPUS ID: 2-s2.0-85109039158 06/28/2021    
  • Scoring the Life Events Checklist: Comparison of three scoring methods. (Weis CN, Webb EK, Stevens SK, Larson CL, deRoon-Cassini TA) Psychol Trauma 2021 Jun 24 PMID: 34166045 06/25/2021    
  • Stability of hippocampal subfield volumes after trauma and relationship to development of PTSD symptoms. (Weis CN, Webb EK, Huggins AA, Kallenbach M, Miskovich TA, Fitzgerald JM, Bennett KP, Krukowski JL, deRoon-Cassini TA, Larson CL) Neuroimage 2021 08 01;236:118076 PMID: 33878374 PMCID: PMC8284190 SCOPUS ID: 2-s2.0-85104960391 04/21/2021       2 Citations
  • Neighborhood disadvantage is associated with stable deficits in neurocognitive functioning in traumatically-injured adults. (Webb EK, Weis CN, Huggins AA, Parisi EA, Bennett KP, Miskovich T, Krukowski J, deRoon-Cassini TA, Larson CL) Health Place 2021 01;67:102493 PMID: 33321457 PMCID: PMC7854519 SCOPUS ID: 2-s2.0-85097747335 12/16/2020       2 Citations
  • High-Resolution Resting-State Functional Connectivity of the Extended Amygdala. (Weis CN, Huggins AA, Bennett KP, Parisi EA, Larson CL) Brain Connect 2019 10;9(8):627-637 PMID: 31389253 SCOPUS ID: 2-s2.0-85073585192 08/08/2019       7 Citations
  • Structural Connectivity of the Posterior Cingulum Is Related to Reexperiencing Symptoms in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. (Weis CN, Belleau EL, Pedersen WS, Miskovich TA, Larson CL) Chronic Stress (Thousand Oaks) 2018 Jan-Dec;2 PMID: 30569027 PMCID: PMC6295657 SCOPUS ID: 2-s2.0-85084715454 12/21/2018       5 Citations
  • Last update: 09/14/2021