About

Name

Brandy Callahan

University

University of Calgary

Website

psychology.ucalgary.ca/profiles/brandy-callahan

Email

[email protected]

Research Keywords

neuropsychology, dementia, aging, ADHD, Alzheimer's disease, neuroimaging

Additional Information

Lab Methodologies

My research contributes to improving diagnosis of neurocognitive disorders in adult and geriatric individuals, particularly those who have conditions that may mimic, mask or alter signs of dementia, or increase risk for future decline. A current major focus of my work is clarifying the manifestations and causes of cognitive impairment in older adults with ADHD, specifically in relation to prodromal dementia. My research integrates neuropsychological and neuroimaging assessment measures, as well as biomarker data to inform mechanisms of disease.

PubMed Search String

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed?term=brandy%20callahan

Most Cited Publications

Sayers EW, Beck J, Bolton EE, Bourexis D, Brister JR, Canese K, Comeau DC, Funk K, Kim S, Klimke W, Marchler-Bauer A, Landrum M, Lathrop S, Lu Z, Madden TL, O'Leary N, Phan L, Rangwala SH, Schneider VA, Skripchenko Y, Wang J, Ye J, Trawick BW, Pruitt KD, Sherry ST, "Database resources of the National Center for Biotechnology Information." Nucleic acids research 49,D1 (2021 Jan 8): D10-D17
Sayers EW, Bolton EE, Brister JR, Canese K, Chan J, Comeau DC, Connor R, Funk K, Kelly C, Kim S, Madej T, Marchler-Bauer A, Lanczycki C, Lathrop S, Lu Z, Thibaud-Nissen F, Murphy T, Phan L, Skripchenko Y, Tse T, Wang J, Williams R, Trawick BW, Pruitt KD, Sherry ST, "Database resources of the national center for biotechnology information." Nucleic acids research 50,D1 (2022 Jan 7): D20-D26
Costa M, Borges CL, Bailão AM, Meirelles GV, Mendonça YA, Dantas SFIM, de Faria FP, Felipe MSS, Molinari-Madlum EEWI, Mendes-Giannini MJS, Fiuza RB, Martins WS, Pereira M, Soares CMA, "Transcriptome profiling of Paracoccidioides brasiliensis yeast-phase cells recovered from infected mice brings new insights into fungal response upon host interaction." Microbiology (Reading, England) 153,Pt 12 (2007 Dec): 4194-4207