Education

Research

Neuropsychological Sciences – Providing Professional Education

 

• Florida Bar Association Approved Course on Traumatic Brain Injury.

 

• Lectures to Florida Chapters of the American Academy of Legal Nurse

Consultants.

Neuropsychological Sciences – Providing Research Consultation:


       Papa, L., Demery, J.A. (Co-Investigator), Wang, W.K., & Hayes, R.L.

Biomarkers of Mild and Moderate Traumatic Brain Injury.

1R01NS057676-01A2.  National Institute of Neurological Disorders and

Stroke, $2,252,310.

 

       Banyan Biomarkers, Inc.  Alachua, Florida USA.   ATO-04: Biomarkers

of Brain Injury:  Magnitude, Complications and Outcome of Mild and

Moderate Traumatic Brain Injury – A Feasibility Study.

 

       Neuren Pharmaceuticals Ltd.  Newmarket, Auckland, New Zealand.  A

Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Dose-Escalation Study of

NNZ-2566 in Patients with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).

 

 

  • Dr. Demery Select Publications:

     

       Hanlon, R.E., Demery, J.A., Martinovich, Z., & Kelly, J.P. (1999).  Effects of acute injury characteristics on neuropsychological status and vocational outcome following mild traumatic brain injury.  Brain Injury, 13 (11), 873-887.

     

       Demery, J.A., Hanlon, R.E., & Bauer, R.M. (2001).  Profound amnesia and confabulation following traumatic brain injury.  Neurocase, 7 (4), 295-302.

     

       Demery, J.A., Pedraza, O., & Hanlon, R.E. (2002).  Differential profiles of verbal learning in traumatic brain injury.  Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 24 (6), 818-827.

     

       Bauer, R.M. & Demery, J.A. (2003).  The agnosias.  In K.M. Heilman & E. Valenstein (Eds.), Clinical Neuropsychology (4th Ed.), pp. 236-295.  New York: Oxford University Press.

     

       Demery, J.A., Hanlon, R.E., & Bauer, R.M. (2003).  The amnestic-confabulatory syndrome in traumatic brain injury.  Dementia Review Series, 3, 8-9.

     

       Perlstein, W.M., Cole, M.A., Demery, J.A., Seignourel, P.J., Dixit, N.K., Larson, M.J. & Briggs, R.W.  (2004).  Parametric manipulation of working memory load in traumatic brain injury:  Behavioral and neural correlates.  Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 10 (5), 724-741.

     

       Hanlon, R.E., Demery, J.A., Kuczen, C. & Kelly, J.P. (2005).  Effect of traumatic subarachnoid hemorrhage on neuropsychological profiles and vocational outcome following moderate or severe traumatic brain injury.  Brain Injury, 19 (4), 343-351.

     

       Belanger, H.G., Curtiss, G., Demery, J.A., Lebowitz, B., & Vanderploeg, R.D.  (2005). Factors moderating neuropsychological outcomes following mild traumatic brain injury:  A meta-analysis.  Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 11 (3), 215-227.

     

       Seignourel, P.J., Robins, D.L., Larson, M., Demery, J.A., Cole, M.A., & Perlstein, W.M. (2005).  Cognitive control in closed head injury: Context maintenance dysfunction or prepotent response inhibition deficit? Neuropsychology, 19 (5), 578-590.

     

       Larson, M.J., Perlstein, W.M., Demery, J.A., & Stigge-Kaufman, D.A.  (2006).  Cognitive control impairments in traumatic brain injury.  Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 28 (6), 968-986.

     

       Pineda, J.A., Lewis, S.B., Valadka, A.B., Papa, L., Hannay, H.J., Heaton, S.C., Demery, J.A., Liu, M.C., Aikman, J.M., Akle, V., Brophy, G.M., Tepas III, J.J., Wang, K.W., Robertson, C.S., & Hayes, R.L. (2007).  Clinical significance of Alpha-II Spectrin breakdown products in cerebrospinal fluid after severe traumatic brain injury. Journal of Neurotrauma, 24 (2), 354-366.

     

       Papa, L., Robinson, G., Oli, M., Pineda, J., Demery, J.A., Brophy, G. Robicsek, S.A., Gabrielli, A., Robertson, C.S., Wang, K.K., & Hayes, R.L. (2008).  Use of biomarkers for diagnosis and management of traumatic brain injury patients.  Expert Opinion on Medical Diagnostics, 2(8), 937-945.

     

       Brophy, G.M., Pineda, J.A., Papa, L., Lewis, S.B., Valadka, A.B., Hannay, H.J., Heaton, S.C., Demery, J.A., Liu, M.C., Tepas III, J.J., Gabrielli, A., Robicsek, S., Wang, K.W., Robertson, C.S., & Hayes, R.L. (2009).  Alpha-II Spectrin breakdown product cerebrospinal fluid exposure metrics suggest differences in cellular injury mechanisms after severe traumatic brain injury.  Journal of Neurotrauma, 26 (1), 1-9.

     

       Giuffrida, C.G., Demery, J.A., Reyes, L.R., Lebowitz, B.K., & Hanlon, R.E. (2009).  Functional skill learning in men with traumatic brain injury.  American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 63(4), 396-405.

     

       Papa, L., Akinyi, L., Liu, M.C., Pineda, J.A., Tepas III, J.J., Oli, M.W., Zheng, W., Robinson, G., Robicsek, S.A., Gabrielli, A, Heaton, S.C., Hannay, J., Demery, J.A., Brophy, G.M., Layon, J., Robertson, C.S., Hayes, R.L., & Wang, K.W. (2010).  Ubiquitin C-terminal hydrolase is a novel biomarker in humans for severe traumatic brain injury.  Critical Care Medicine, 38(1), 138-144.

     

       Demery, J.A., Larson, M.J., Dixit, N.K., Bauer, R.M., & Perlstein, W.M. (2010).  Operating characteristics of executive functioning tests in traumatic brain injury.  The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 24(8), 1292-1308.

     

       Papa, L., Lewis, L.M., Falk, J.L., Zhang, Z., Silvestri, S., Giordano, P., Brophy, G.M., Demery, J.A., Dixit, N.K., Ferguson, I., Liu, M.C., Mo, J., Akinyi, L., Schmid, K., Mondello, S., Robertson, C.S., Tortella, F.C., Hayes, R.L., & Wang, K.K. (2012).  Elevated Levels of Serum Glial Fibrillary Acidic Protein Breakdown Products in Mild and Moderate Traumatic Brain Injury are Associated With Intracranial Lesions and Neurosurgical Intervention.  Annals of Emergency Medicine, 59(6), 471-483.

     

       Papa, L., Lewis, L.M., Silvestri, S., Falk, J.L., Giodano, P., Brophy, G.M., Demery, J.A., Liu, M.C., Mo, J., Akinyi, L., Mondello, S., Schmid, K., Robertson, C.S., Tortella, F.C., Hayes, R.L., & Wang, K.K.W.  (2012).  Serum levels of ubiquitin C-terminal hydrolase distinguish mild traumatic brain injury from trauma controls and are elevated in mild and moderate TBI patients with intracranial lesions and neurosurgical intervention.  The Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery, 72(5), 1335-1344.

     

       Cooke, B.K., Goddard, E.R., Ginory, A., Demery, J.A., & Werner, T.L. (2012).  Firearms inquiries in Florida: “Medical Privacy” or Medical Neglect? Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, 40, 399-408.

     

       Reisfield, G.M., DuPont, R.L., Demery, J.A., & Shults, T.F. (2013).  A protocol to evaluate drug-related workplace impairment.  Journal of Pain and Palliative Care Pharmacotherapy, 27(1), 43-48.

     

       Papa, L., Silvestri, S., Brophy, G.M., Giordano, P., Falk, J.L., Braga, C.F., Tan, C.N., Ameli, N.J., Demery, J.A., Dixit, N.K., Mendes, M.E., Hayes, R.L., Wang, K.K., & Robertson, C.S. (2014).  GFAP Out-performs S100B In Detecting Traumatic Intracranial Lesions On CT In Trauma Patients With Mild Traumatic Brain Injury And Those With Extracranial Lesions.  Journal of Neurotrauma, 31(22), 1815-1822.

     

       Hanlon, R.E., Brook, M., Demery, J.A., & Cunningham, M.D. (in press).  Domestic homicide:  Neuropsychological profiles of murderers who killed family members and intimate partners.  Journal of Forensic Sciences.

     

       Demery, J.A., Dixit, N.K., Houck, Z.M., Hoehn, M.W., Braga, C.F., Tan, C.N., & Papa, L.  (2014).  Prevalence and Recovery of Objective Memory Impairment at One and Six Months following Mild TBI:  A Prospective Cohort Study. Manuscript in preparation.

     

     

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