Umesh Venkatesan

TitleAsst Professor
InstitutionThomas Jefferson University
DepartmentRehabilitation Medicine
Address60 Township Line Road
Elkins Park PA 19027
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    1. Wright B, Venkatesan UM, Pinto SM, Gary KW, O'Neil-Pirozzi TM, Kajankova M, Wilmoth K, Kakkanatt A, Dreer L, Juengst SB. Predictors of High School and College Graduation After Sustaining a Moderate-to-Severe Traumatic Brain Injury. J Head Trauma Rehabil. 2022 Jul 21. PMID: 35862899.
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    2. Venkatesan UM, Rabinowitz AR, Hillary FG. The Power of Perception: Beliefs About Memory Ability Uniquely Contribute to Memory Performance and Quality of Life in Adults Aging with Traumatic Brain Injury. J Int Neuropsychol Soc. 2022 Feb 28; 1-13. PMID: 35225201.
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    3. Miles SR, Silva MA, Lang B, Hoffman JM, Venkatesan UM, Sevigny M, Nakase-Richardson R. Sleep apnea and posttraumatic stress after traumatic brain injury (TBI): A Veterans Affairs TBI Model Systems study. Rehabil Psychol. 2021 Nov; 66(4):450-460. PMID: 34871026.
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    4. Venkatesan UM, Ramanathan-Elion DM. Psychoeducation as Precision Health in Military-Related Mild Traumatic Brain Injury. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2022 06; 103(6):1222-1232. PMID: 34516996.
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    5. Niemeier JP, Hammond FM, O'Neil-Pirozzi TM, Venkatesan UM, Bushnik T, Zhang Y, Kennedy RE. Refining understanding of life satisfaction in elderly persons with traumatic brain injury using age-defined cohorts: a TBI model systems study. Brain Inj. 2021 08 24; 35(10):1284-1291. PMID: 34516315.
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    6. Rabinowitz AR, Kumar RG, Sima A, Venkatesan UM, Juengst SB, O'Neil-Pirozzi TM, Watanabe TK, Goldin Y, Hammond FM, Dreer LE. Aging with Traumatic Brain Injury: Deleterious Effects of Injury Chronicity Are Most Pronounced in Later Life. J Neurotrauma. 2021 10 01; 38(19):2706-2713. PMID: 34082606.
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    7. Venkatesan UM, Rabinowitz AR, Bernier RA, Hillary FG. Cognitive Reserve in Individuals Aging With Traumatic Brain Injury: Independent and Interactive Effects on Cognitive Functioning. J Head Trauma Rehabil. 2022 May-Jun 01; 37(3):E196-E205. PMID: 34145164.
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    8. Bernier RA, Venkatesan UM, Soto JA, Rabinowitz AR, Hong JS, Hillary FG. Perceived discrimination and blood pressure in individuals aging with traumatic brain injury. Rehabil Psychol. 2021 May; 66(2):148-159. PMID: 34242047.
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    9. Venkatesan UM, Rabinowitz AR, Wolfert SP, Hillary FG. Duration of post-traumatic amnesia is uniquely associated with memory functioning in chronic moderate-to-severe traumatic brain injury. NeuroRehabilitation. 2021; 49(2):221-233. PMID: 34397431.
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    10. Venkatesan UM, Rabinowitz AR, Riccitello RM. Breaking the Percent Memory Retention Ceiling using Bayesian Statistics. J Int Neuropsychol Soc. 2021 04; 27(4):396-400. PMID: 33012298.
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    11. Venkatesan UM, Lancaster K, Lengenfelder J, Genova HM. Independent contributions of social cognition and depression to functional status after moderate or severe traumatic brain injury. Neuropsychol Rehabil. 2021 Jul; 31(6):954-970. PMID: 32314644.
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    12. Venkatesan UM, Margolis SA, Tremont G, Festa EK, Heindel WC. Forward to the past: Revisiting the role of immediate recognition in the assessment of episodic memory. J Clin Exp Neuropsychol. 2020 03; 42(2):160-170. PMID: 31801389.
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    13. Lancaster K, Venkatesan UM, Lengenfelder J, Genova HM. Default Mode Network Connectivity Predicts Emotion Recognition and Social Integration After Traumatic Brain Injury. Front Neurol. 2019; 10:825. PMID: 31447760.
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    14. Venkatesan UM, Hillary FG. Functional connectivity within lateral posterior parietal cortex in moderate to severe traumatic brain injury. Neuropsychology. 2019 Sep; 33(6):893-910. PMID: 31192652.
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    15. Venkatesan UM, Festa EK, Ott BR, Heindel WC. Differential Contributions of Selective Attention and Sensory Integration to Driving Performance in Healthy Aging and Alzheimer's Disease. J Int Neuropsychol Soc. 2018 05; 24(5):486-497. PMID: 29283079.
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    16. Bernier RA, Roy A, Venkatesan UM, Grossner EC, Brenner EK, Hillary FG. Corrigendum: Dedifferentiation Does Not Account for Hyperconnectivity after Traumatic Brain Injury. Front Neurol. 2017; 8:674. PMID: 29259577.
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    17. Bernier RA, Roy A, Venkatesan UM, Grossner EC, Brenner EK, Hillary FG. Dedifferentiation Does Not Account for Hyperconnectivity after Traumatic Brain Injury. Front Neurol. 2017; 8:297. PMID: 28769858.
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    18. Venkatesan UM, Dennis NA, Hillary FG. Chronology and chronicity of altered resting-state functional connectivity after traumatic brain injury. J Neurotrauma. 2015 Feb 15; 32(4):252-64. PMID: 24955788.
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    19. Hillary FG, Roman CA, Venkatesan U, Rajtmajer SM, Bajo R, Castellanos ND. Hyperconnectivity is a fundamental response to neurological disruption. Neuropsychology. 2015 Jan; 29(1):59-75. PMID: 24933491.
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    20. Medaglia JD, Ramanathan DM, Venkatesan UM, Hillary FG. The challenge of non-ergodicity in network neuroscience. Network. 2011; 22(1-4):148-53. PMID: 22149675.
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