I'm a senior research fellow at the Melbourne Neuropsychiatry Centre (MNC), Department of Psychiatry, University of Melbourne, where I lead the Mood-Psychosis Spectrum Research Group.
I'm currently funded by the NHMRC, and I study the brain and behaviour in two of the most complex psychiatric disorders; schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. My background is in the area of clinical neuropsychology research but my fellowship program incorporates neuroimaging to better understand the relationship between behaviourally assessed cognitive (thinking) skills and underlying brain anatomy and brain function.
Van Rheenen T. E., Miskowiak K., & Burdick K. E. (in press). Recognising the relevance of cognitive dysfunction in the clinical management of bipolar disorder. Bipolar Disorders.
Ringin E., Cropley V., Zalesky A, Bruggemann J., Sundram S, Shannon Weickert C, Weickert TW, Bousman C, Pantelis C., Van Rheenen TE. (in press). The impact of smoking status on cognition and brain morphology in schizophrenia spectrum disorders. Psychological Medicine.
Karantonis, J. A., Rossell, S. L., Berk, M., Van Rheenen, T. E. (in press). The mental health and lifestyle impacts of COVID-19 on bipolar disorder. Journal of Affective Disorders.
Van Rheenen TE, Miskowiak K., Karantonis J, Furlong L., Murray G., Rossell S.L. (in press). Understanding familial liability for emotion regulation difficulties in bipolar disorder. Psychological Medicine.
Karantonis J, Rossell S.L, Carruthers S, Sumner P, Hughes M, Green MJ, Pantelis C, Burdick K.E, Cropley V, Van Rheenen TE. (in press) Brain morphology does not clearly map to cognition on the bipolar-schizophrenia-spectrum? A cross-diagnostic study of cognitive subgroups. Journal of Affective Disorders
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