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Recent Publications:

  • Di Pietro, N., De Vries, J., Paolozza, A., Reid, D., Reynolds, J.N., Salmon, A., Wilson, M., Stein, D.J., Illes, J.,  Ethical Challenges in Contemporary FASD Research and Practice: A Global Health Perspective. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics. 2016, 25(4), 726–732. doi:10.1017/S096318011600044X (link)
  • Byram, A.C., Lee, G., Owen, A.M., Ribary, U., Stoessl, A.J., Townson, A., Illes, J., Ethical and Clinical Considerations at the Intersection of Functional Neuroimaging and Disorders of Consciousness: The Experts Weigh In. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics. 2016, 25(4), pp. 613–622. doi: 10.1017/S0963180116000347. (link)
  • Di Pietro, N., Illes, J., Closing Gaps: Strength-Based Approaches to Research with Aboriginal Children with Neurodevelopmental Disorders. Neuroethics. 2016. doi:10.1007/s12152-016-9281-8 (link)
  • Sharpe, K., Di Pietro, N., Jacob, K. J., Illes, J., A dichotomy of information-seeking and information-trusting: Stem cell interventions and children with neurodevelopmental disorders. Stem Cell Reviews and Reports. 2016, 12(4), 438–47. (link)
  • Byram, A.C., Lee, G., Owne, A.M., Ribrary, U., Towson, A., Illes, J. The Intersection of Functional Neuroimaging and Disorders of Consciousness, Cambridge Quarterly of HealthCare Ethics. In press.
  • Di Pietro, N., De Vries, J. Paolozza, A., Reid, D., Reynolds, J., Salmon, A., Stein, D., Wilson, M., Illes, J., Bridging the global North-South divide: Cross-cutting ethical challenges in contemporary FASD research and practice. Cambridge Quarterly of HealthCare Ethics. In press.
  • Cabrera, L., Tesluk, J., Matthews, R., Chakraborti, M., Illes, J., Brain matters: From environmental ethics to environmental neuroethics. Environmental Health. 2016,15:20-25. (link)
  • Benjaminy, S., Lo, C., Illes, J., Social responsibility in stem cell research – Is the news all bad? Stem Cells Reviews and Reports, 2016, DOI 10.1007/s12015-016-9646-8. (link)
  • Cabrera, L., Beattie, L.B., Dwosh, E., Illes, J., Early Onset Familial Alzheimer Disease: Biomedical and traditional approaches. Open Medicine, 2015, DOI: 10.1177/2050312115621766. (link)
  • Illes, J., Owen, A.M., Byram, A.C., and the MCS Working Group, Operationalizing neuroimaging for disorders of consciousness in the face of uncertainty and contingency: A view for the Canadian landscape. Can J Neurol Sci. 2016, 1-3. (link)
  • Buchman, D.Z., Ho, A., Illes, J., You present like a drug addict: Patient and clinician perspectives on trust and trustworthiness in chronic pain management, Pain Medicine, 2016, 1–13. (link)
  • Stein D.J., Illes, J., Beyond scientism and skepticism:  An integrative approach to global mental health. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 2015. doi: 10.3389/fpsyt.2015.00166. (link)
  • Sharpe, K., Di Pietro, N., Mc Glanaghy, E., Illes, J., In the know and in the news: How science and the media inform the public about stem cells for autism and cerebral palsy. Stem Cell Reviews and Reports. 2016, 12(1), 1-7. (link)
Refereed Publications: Journal Articles
  • Byram, A.C., Lee, G., Owne, A.M., Ribrary, U., Towson, A., Illes, J. The Intersection of Functional Neuroimaging and Disorders of Consciousness, Cambridge Quarterly of HealthCare Ethics. In press.
  • Di Pietro, N., De Vries, J. Paolozza, A., Reid, D., Reynolds, J., Salmon, A., Stein, D., Wilson, M., Illes, J., Bridging the global North-South divide: Cross-cutting ethical challenges in contemporary FASD research and practice. Cambridge Quarterly of HealthCare Ethics. In press.
  • Cabrera, L., Tesluk, J., Matthews, R., Chakraborti, M., Illes, J., Brain matters: From environmental ethics to environmental neuroethics. Environmental Health. 2016,15:20-25. (link)
  • Benjaminy, S., Lo, C., Illes, J., Social responsibility in stem cell research - Is the news all bad? Stem Cells Reviews and Reports, 2016, DOI 10.1007/s12015-016-9646-8. (link)
  • Cabrera, L., Beattie, L.B., Dwosh, E., Illes, J., Early Onset Familial Alzheimer Disease: Biomedical and traditional approaches, Open Medicine, 2015, DOI: 10.1177/2050312115621766. (link)
  • Illes, J., Owen, A.M., Byram, A.C., and the MCS Working Group, Operationalizing neuroimaging for disorders of consciousness in the face of uncertainty and contingency: A view for the Canadian landscape, Can J Neurol Sci., 2016, 1-3. (link)
  • Sharpe, K., Di Pietro, N., Mc Glanaghy, E., Illes, J., In the know and in the news: How science and the media inform the public about stem cells for autism and cerebral palsy. Stem Cell Reviews and Reports. 2016, 12(1), 1-7. (link)
  • Stein D.J., Illes, J., Beyond scientism and skepticism:  An integrative approach to global mental health. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 2015. doi: 10.3389/fpsyt.2015.00166. (link)
  • Buchman, D.Z., Ho, A., Illes, J., You present like a drug addict: Patient and clinician perspectives on trust and trustworthiness in chronic pain management, Pain Medicine, 2016, 1–13. (PDF)
  • Jacob, K.J., Roskams-Edris D., Illes J., Innovations in Training: Toward mitigating "Eternal postdoc-dum" in stem cell research. Stem Cell Rev. 2015 Jul 31. (PDF)
  • Jacob, K., Longstaff, H., Scott, C.T., Illes, J., Focus on the people and the science will follow: Motivating forces for professional movement in stem cell research. Stem Cell Reviews and Reports, 2015, 11(4):533-539. (PDF)
  • Longstaff, J., Krahmova, V., Portalis, E., Illes. J., Sharing with more caring: Coordinating and improving the ethical governance of data and biomaterials obtained from children, PLoSOne, 2015, 1, 10(7):e0130527. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0130527. (PDF)
  • Jacob, K., Lo, C., Kwon, B.K., Illes, J., Perspectives on strategies and challenges in the conversation about stem cells for spinal cord injury, Nature, Spinal Cord, doi: 10.1038/sc.2015.96. (PDF)
  • Crooks, A., Li, N., Snyder, J., Dharamsi, S., Benjaminy, S., Jacob, K.J., Illes, J., “You don’t want to lose that trust that you’ve built with this patient…”: (Dis)trust, medical tourism, and the Canadian family physician-patient relationship, BMC Family Practice. doi:10.1186/s12875-015-0245-6. (PDF)
  • Robillard, J.M., Illes, J., Arcand, M., Beattie, B.L., Hayden, S., Lawrence, P., McGrenere, J., Reiner, P.B., Wittenberg, D., Jacova, C., Scientific and ethical features of online tests for Alzheimer Disease. Alzheimer's & Dementia: Diagnosis, Assessment and Disease Monitoring, 2015, 1-8. (link)
  • Snyder, J., Adams, K., Chen, Y.Y.B., Birch, D., Caulfield, T., Cohen, I.G., Crooks, V. Illes, J., Zarzeczny, A., Navigating physicians’ ethical and legal duties to patients seeking unproven interventions abroad. Canadian Family Physician, 2015, 61, 584-586. (PDF)
  • Mc Glanaghy, E., Di Pietro, N., Illes, J., The brain and ethics: An introduction to research in Neuroethics, Frontiers for Young Minds, 2015, doi:10.3389/frym.2015.00002. (PDF)
  • Lee, G., Byram, A., Owen, A., Stoessl, J., Ribary, U., Townson, A., Stables, C., Illes, J., Ethical considerations for neuroimaging of disorders of consciousness: Canadian perspectives, Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences, 2015, 46, 96-105. (PDF)
  • Van der Loos, K., Longstaff, H., Virani, A., Illes J., Consent in escrow, Journal of Law and the Biosciences, 69-78. doi:10.1093/jlb/lsu031; and Reply to H. Taylor, Opting to Opt-in, Journal of Law and the Biosciences, 2015. (PDF)
  • Kirschen, M.P., Topjian, A.A., Abend, N.S., Illes, J., Neuroprognostication after pediatric cardiac arrest. Pediatric Neurology, 2014, 1-6. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Davidson, J., Matthews, R., Environmental neuroethics: changing the environment—changing the brain. Journal of Law and the Biosciences, 2014, 221-223, doi:10.1093/jlb/lsu015. (PDF)
  • Paylor, B., Longstaff, H., Rossi, F., Illes J., Collision or convergence? Beliefs in neuroscience discovery, ethics and intervention, Trends in Neuroscience, 2014, 37(8):409-12. doi: 10.1016/j.tins.2014.06.001. (PDF)
  • Robillard, J.M., Roskams-Edris, D., Kuzeljevic, B., Illes, J., Prevailing public perceptions of the ethics of gene therapy, Human Gene Therapy, 2014, 25(8):74-746. doi-pdf-10.1089-hum.2014.030. (PDF)
  • Mendelsohn, D., Haw, J., Illes, J., Factors affecting decision-making in decompressive craniectomy or malignant MCA syndrome: Perceptions of neurologically futile care, Neuroethics. 201, doi:10.1017./s12152-014-9206-3.
  • Di Pietro, N., Illes, J., and the Canadian Working Group on Antipsychotic Medications and Children, Rising antipsychotic drug prescriptions for Canadian children and youth: molecular solutions for political problems? Canadian Medical Association Journal, 2014, 186(9):653-654. (PDF)
  • Caulfield, T., Burningham, S., Joly, Y., Master, Z., Shabani, M., Borry, P., Becker, A., Burgess, M., Calder, K., Critchley, C., Edwards, K., Fullerton, S.M., Gottweis, H., Hyde-Lay, R., Illes, J. Isasi, R. Kato, K., Kaye, J., Knoppers, B., Lynch, J., McGuire, A., Meslin, E., Nicol, D., O’Doherty, K., Ogbogu, U., Otlowski, M., Pullman, D., Ries, N., Scott, C.T., A review of the key issues associated with the commercialization of biobanks. Journal of Law and the Biosciences, 2014, 94-110. doi:10.1093. (PDF)
  • Stevenson, S., Beattie, B.L., Vedan, R., Dwosh, E., Bruce, L., Illes, J., Neuroethics, confidentiality, and a cultural imperative in imperative in early onset Alzheimer disease: A case study with a First Nation population. Philosophy, Ethics, and Humanities in Medicine. 2013,8(15):1-6. (PDF)
  • Garnett, A., Lee, G., Illes, J., Publication trends in neuroimaging of minimally conscious states. PeerJ. 2013, 1:e155. doi:10.7717/peerj.155. (PDF)
  • Anderson, J., Mizgalewicz, A., Illes, J., Triangulating the evidence: Perspectives on functional neuroimaging in disorders of mental health. BMC Psychiatry. 2013, 13(208):1-11. (PDF)
  • Eijkholt, M., Kwon, B.K., Illes, J., Dissociations in the meaning of risk between health care professionals and individuals with spinal cord injury. Nature, Spinal Cord Injury. 17 September 2013; doi:10.1038/sc.2013.103. (PDF)
  • Di Pietro, N. and Illes, J., Disparities in Canadian health research. Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics. 2013, 35(1):74-81. (PDF)
  • Anderson, J., Eijkholt, M., Illes, J., Ethical reproducibility: Towards transparent reporting in biomedical research. Nature Methods. 2013, 10(9):843-845. (PDF)
  • Longstaff, H., Eijkholt, M., Mizgalewicz, A., Illes, J., Hopes and fears for professional movement in the stem cell community. Cell Stem Cell. 2013, 517-519. (PDF)
  • Robillard, J.M., Johnson, T.W, Beattie, B.L., Illes, J., Aging 2.0: Health information about dementia on Twitter. PLOS One. 2013, 8(7), e69861. (PDF)
  • Di Pietro, N., Mizgalewicz, A., Johnson, T.W., Illes, J., Disclosing incidental findings in brain research: The rights of minors in decision-making. Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging, 2013, DOI 10.1002/jmri.24230. (PDF)
  • Robillard, J.M., Whiteley, L., Johnson, T.W., Lim, J., Wasserman, W., Illes, J., Utilizing social media to study information-seeking and ethical issues in gene therapy. Journal of Medical Internet Research. 2013,4;15(3):e44. doi: 10.2196/jmir.2313. (PDF)
  • Peters, K., Beattie, L.B., Feldman, H., Illes, J., A conceptual framework and ethics analysis for prevention trials of Alzheimer Disease. Progress in Neurobiology. 2013, 110. (PDF)
  • Anderson J., Garnett, A., Mizgalewicz A., Illes J., Reviews of functional MRI: The ethical dimensions of methodological critique. PLoS One. 2012;7(8):e42836. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0042836. (PDF)
  • Borgelt E.B., Buchman D.Z., Illes J., Neuroimaging in mental health care: Voices in translation. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 2012, 6, 293, doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2012.00293. Epub 2012 Oct 22. (PDF)
  • Anderson, J.A., Illes, J.,  Drowning in a sea of acrimony. American Journal of Bioethics – Neuroscience, 2012, 3(4) 42-43. (PDF)
  • Kwon, B.K., Ghag, A., Dvorak, M., Tetzlaff, W., Illes, J., Expectations of benefit and tolerance to risk of individuals with spinal cord injury regarding potential participation in clinical trials. Journal of Neurotrauma. 2012, Oct 5. PMID: 22924691. (PDF)
  • Kwon, B.K., Ghag, A., Reichl, L., Dvorak, M.F., Illes, J., Tetzlaff, W., Opinions on the preclinical evaluation of novel therapies for spinal cord injury - A comparison between researchers and spinal cord injured individuals. Journal of Neurotrauma, 2012, 20;29(14):2367-2374. (PDF)
  • Di Pietro, N., Whiteley, L., Illes, J., Broken links: Rhetorical citations to online treatments for neurodevelopmental disorders. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 2013 Jan;43(1):122-33. doi: 10.1007/s10803-012-1551-7. (PDF)
  • Eijkholt, M., Kwon, B.K., Mizgalewicz, A., Illes, J., Decision-making in stem cell trials for spinal cord injuries.  Regenerative Medicine, 2012, 7(4):513-522. (PDF)
  • Borgelt, E., Buchman D.Z., Weiss M., Illes J.,  In search of "Anything that would help": Parent perspectives on neuroimaging for attention disorders. Journal of Attention Disorders. 2013, 43, 122-133. (PDF)
  • Brief, E., Mackie, J., Illes, J., Incidental findings in genetic research: A vexing challenge for community consent. Minnesota Journal of Law, Science and Technology, 2012, 13(2):541-558. (PDF)
  • Buchman, D.Z., Borgelt, E., Whiteley, L., Illes, J., Neurobiological narratives: Experiences of mood disorder through the lens of neuroimaging. Sociology of Health and Illness, 2012 May 3. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-9566.2012.01478.x. (PDF)
  • Wolf, S.M., Crock, B.N., Van Ness, B., Lawrenz, F., Kahn, J. P., Beskow, L.M., Cho, M.K., Christman, M.F., Green, R.C., Hall, R., Illes, J., Keane, M., Knoppers, B.M., Koenig, B.A., Kohane, I.S., LeRoy, B., Maschke, K.J., McGeveran, W., Ossorio, P., Parker, L.S., Petersen, G.M., Richardson, H.S., Scott, J.A., Terry, S.F., Wilfond, B.S., Wolf, W.A., Managing incidental findings and research results in genomic research involving biobanks and archived datasets. Genetics in Medicine, 2012, 1-24. (PDF)
  • Scott, N., Murphy, T., Illes, J., Incidental findings in neuroimaging research: A framework for anticipating the next frontier. Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics, 2012, DOI: 10.1525/jer.2012.7.1.51. (PDF)
  • Eijkholt, M., Anderson, J.A., Illes, J., Picturing neuroscience research through a human rights lens: Imaging first episode schizophrenic treatment-naïve individuals. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 2012, 35(2), 146-152. (PDF)
  • Scott, C.T., Caulfield, T., Borgelt, E., Illes, J.,  Personalized medicine: The next banking crisis. Nature Biotechnology. 2012, 30, 1-7. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Deep brain stimulation: Paradoxes and a plea. American Journal of Bioethics – Neuroscience, 2012, 3(1), 65-70. (PDF)
  • Bubela, T., Reshef, A., Li, M.D., Atkins, H., Caulfield, T., Culme-Seymour, E., Gold, E.R., Illes, J., Isasi, R., McCabe, C., Ogbogu, U., Piret, J., Mason C., Enabling advanced cell therapies (EnACT): Invitation to an online forum on resolving barriers to clinical translation. Regenerative Medicine, 2012, 7(6):735-740. (PDF)
  • Robillard, J.M., and Illes, J., A link in the ink: Mental illness, criminal responsibility and the press. Journal of Ethics in Mental Health, 2011, 6, 1-7. (PDF)
  • Robillard, J.M., Federico, C.A., Tairyan, K., Ivinson, A.J., Illes, J., Untapped ethical resources for neurodegeneration research.  BMC Medical Ethics, 2011, 12:9. (PDF)
  • Kehagia, A.A., Tairyan, K., Federico, C.A., Glover, G.H., Illes, J., More education, less administration:  Reflections of neuroimagers’ attitudes to ethics through the qualitative looking glass. Journal of Science and Engineering Ethics, DOI 10.1007/s11948-011-9282-2. (PDF)
  • Valerio, J. and Illes, J.,  Ethical implications of neuroimaging in sports concussion.  Journal of Head Trauma Research, 2011, 27(3):216-21. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Reimer, J., Kwon, B.K., Stem cell clinical trials for spinal cord injury: Readiness, reluctance, redefinition. Stem Cell Reviews and Reports, 2011, 7(4), 997-1005. (PDF)
  • Racine, E., Bell, E., Di Pietro, N., Wade, L., Illes, J.,  Evidence-based neuroethics for neurodevelopmental disorders.  Seminars in Pediatric Neurology, 2011, 18(1), 21-25. (PDF)
  • Garnett, A., Whiteley, L, Piwowar, H. Rasmussen, E., Illes, J., Neuroethics and fMRI: Mapping a fledgling relationship. PLoS One.  2011, 6(4), 1-7. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Chahal, N., Beattie, B.L., A landscape for training in dementia knowledge translation (DKT).  Journal of Gerontological Education, 2011, 32(3), 260-272. (PDF)
  • Racine, E., Northoff, G., Menon, R., Kimmelman, J., Illes, J., A Canadian perspective on ethics review and neuroimaging: Tensions and solutions.  Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences. 2011, 38(4):572-579. (PDF)
  • Racine, E., Karczewska, M., Seidler, M., Amaram, R., Illes, J.,  How the public responded to the Schiavo controversy:  Evidence from letters to editors.  Journal of Medical Ethics. 2010, DOI 10.1136/jme.201.037804. (PDF)
  • Parke, S., Illes, J., In delicate balance: Stem cells and spinal cord injury advocacy. Stem Cell Reviews and Reports. 2010 Dec 14, DOI 10.1007/s12015-010-9211-9. (PDF)
  • Di Pietro, N.C., Whiteley, L., Illes, J.,  Treatments and services for neurodevelopmental disorders on advocacy websites:  Information or evaluation? Neuroethics, 2010, 5(2), 197-209. (PDF)
  • Brief, E., Illes, J., Tangles of neurogenetics, neuroethics and culture. Neuron, 2010, 68:1-4. (PDF)
  • Borgelt, E., Buchman, D.Z., Illes, J., “This is why you’ve been suffering”: Reflections of providers on neuroimaging in mental health care. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry. 2011, 1;8(1):15-25. (PDF)
  • Buchman, D.Z., Illes, J., Reiner, P.B., The paradox of addiction neuroscience. Neuroethics, 10.1007/s12152-010-9079-z. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Tairyan, K., Federico, C., Tabet, A., Glover, G.H., Reducing barriers to ethics in neuroscience. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 2010, 4(167):1-5. (PDF)
  • Racine, E., Waldman, S., Rosenberg, J., Illes, J., Contemporary neuroscience in the media. Social Science & Medicine. 2010, 71:723-733. (PDF)
  • Sadatsafavi, M., Li, D., Marra, C., Illes, J., An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure: A cost-effectiveness analysis of incidentally detected aneurysms in functional MRI research. Value in Health, 2010. 1-9. (PDF)
  • Reimer, J., Borgelt, E., Illes, J., In pursuit of “informed hope” in the stem cell discourse. The American Journal of Bioethics. 2010, 10(5):31-32. (PDF)
  • Buchman, D.Z., Illes, J., Imaging genetics for our neurogenetic future. Minnesota Journal of Law, Science and Technology. 2010, 11(1):79-97. (PDF)
  • Lombera, S., Fine, A., Grunau, R.E., Illes, J., Ethics in neuroscience graduate training programs: Views and models from Canada. Mind, Brain, and Education. 2010, 4(1):20-27. (PDF)
  • Buchman, D.Z., Skinner, W., Illes, J., Negotiating the relationship between addiction, ethics, and brain science. American Journal of Bioethics – Neuroscience. 2010, 1(1):36-45. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Moser, M.A., McCormick, J.B., Racine, E., Blakeslee, S., Caplan, A., Check Hayden, E., Ingram, J., Lohwater, T., McKnight, P., Nicholson, C., Phillips, A., Sauvé, K.D., Snell, E., Weiss, S., Neurotalk: Improving the communication of neuroscience. Nature Reviews Neuroscience. 2010, 11(1):61-69. (PDF)
  • Buchman, D.Z., Borgelt, E., Illes, J., Core strategies for the development of a clinical neuroethics education program for medical residents in the clinical neurosciences. Journal of Ethics in Mental Health, 2009, 4(2):1-6. (PDF)
  • Butler, R., Dwosh, E., Beattie, B.L., Guimond, C., Lombera, S., Brief, E., Illes, J., Sadovnick, A.D., Genetic counseling for early-onset familial Alzheimer disease in a large Aboriginal kindred from a remote community in British Columbia: Unique challenges and possible solutions. Journal of Genetic Counseling, 2009, 5(4):90-99. (PDF)
  • Caulfield, T., Zarzeczny, A., McCormick, J., Bubela, T., Chritchley, C., Einsiedel, E., Galipeau, J., Harmon, S., Huynh, M., Hyun, I., Illes, J., Isasi, R., Joly, Y., Laurie, G., Lomax, G., Longstaff, H., McDonald, M., Murdoch, C., Ogbogu, U., Owen-Smith, J., Pattinson, S., Premji, S., von Tigerstrom, B., Winickoff, D.E., International stem cell environments: A world of difference. Nature Reports Stem Cells, doi:10.1038/stemcells.2009.61. (link)
  • Illes, J., Borgelt, E., Incidental findings: In practice and in person. Nature Reviews Neurology. December 2009, 5:643-644. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Neurologisms. American Journal of Bioethics. 2009, (9)9:1. (PDF)
  • Caulfield, T., Zarzeczny, A., McCormick, J., Bubela, T., Critchley, C., Einsiedel, E., Galipeau, J., Harmon, S., Huynh, M., Hyun, I., Illes, J., Isasi, R., Joly, Y., Laurie, G., Lomax, G., Longstaff, H., McDonald, M., Murdoch, C., Ogbogu, U., Owen-Smith, J., Pattinson, S., Premji, S., von Tigerstrom, B., Winickoff, D.E., The stem cell research environment: A patchwork of patchworks. Stem Cell Reviews and Reports, 2009, 5(2):82-88. (PDF)
  • Racine, E., Illes, J., Lansberg, M.G., Dion, M.J., Wijman, C., Profiles of neurological outcome prediction among intensivists. Neurocritical Care, 2009, 11(3):345-352. (PDF)
  • Lau, P.W., Illes, J., The gray zones of privatized imaging. American Journal of Bioethics – Neuroscience, 2009, 9(4):21-22. (PDF)
  • Singh, J., Illes, J., Lazzeroni, L., Hallmayer, J., Trends in US autism research funding. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 2009, 39(5):788-795. (PDF)
  • Crawley, L.M., Hisaw, L., Illes, J., Direct-to-consumer advertising in black and white: Racial differences in placement patterns of print advertisements for health products and messages. Health Marketing Quarterly, 2009, 26(4):279-292. (PDF)
  • Tairyan, K., Illes, J., Imaging genetics and the power of combined technologies: A perspective from neuroethics. Neuroscience, 2009, 164(1):7-15. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Lombera, S., Identifiable neuroethics challenges to the banking of neuro data. Minnesota Journal of Law, Science and Technology, 2009, 10(1):71-94. (PDF)
  • Murphy E.R., Illes, J., Reiner P.B.,  Neuroethics of neuromarketing. Journal of Consumer Behaviour, 2008, 7: 293–302. (PDF)
  • Grunwell, J., Karkazis, K., Illes, J., Advancing neuroregenerative medicine: A call for expanded collaboration between neuroscientists and ethicists. Neuroethics, 2008, 2(1):13-20. (PDF)
  • Racine, E., Amaram, R., Seidler, M., Karczewska, M., Illes, J., Media coverage of the persistent vegetative state and end-of-life decision-making. Neurology, 2008, 71(13):1027-32.(PDF) Comment in: Neurology, 2008, 71(13):964-965.
  • Fins, J.*, Illes, J.*, Bernat, J.L., Hirsch, J., Laureys, S., Murphy, E.R. (*lead authors), Neuroimaging and disorders of consciousness: Envisioning an ethical research agenda. American Journal of Bioethics - Neuroscience, 2008, 8(9):3-12. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Lau, P.W., Giacino, J.T., Viewpoint: Neuroimaging, impaired states of consciousness, and public outreach. Nature Clinical Practice Neurology, 2008, 4(10):542-543. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Chin, V.N., Bridging philosophical and practical implications of incidental findings in brain research. Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics, 2008, 36(2):298-304. (PDF)
  • Wolf, S.W., Lawrenz, F., Nelson, C.A., Kahn, J.P., Cho, M.K., Clayton, E., Fletcher, J., Georgieff, M., Hammerschmidt, D., Hudson, K., Illes, J., Kapur, V., Keane, M., King, R., Koenig, B., LeRoy, B., McFarland, E., Paradise, J., Parker, L., Terry, S., Van Ness, B., Wilfond, B., Managing incidental findings in human subjects research. Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics, 2008, 36(2):219-248. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Lombera, S., Rosenberg, J., Arnow, B.A., In the mind’s eye: Provider and patient attitudes on functional brain imaging. Journal of Psychiatric Research, 2008, 43(2):107-114. (PDF)
  • Lombera, S., Illes, J., International dimensions of neuroethics. Developing World Bioethics, 2008, 9(2):57-64. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Kirschen, M.P., Edwards, E., Bandettini, P., Michael, D.B., Ford, P.J., Glover, G.H., Kulynych, J., Macklin, R., Wolf, S.M., Grabowski, T., Seto, B., Practical approaches to incidental findings in brain imaging research. Neurology, 2008, 70(5):384-390. (PDF)
  • Racine, E., Waldman, S., Palmour, N., Risse, D., Illes, J., Currents of hope: Neurostimulation techniques in US and UK print media. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, 2007, 16(3):314-318. (PDF)
  • Eaton, M., Illes, J., Commercializing cognitive neurotechnology - The ethical terrain. Nature Biotechnology, 2007, 25(4):1-5. (PDF)
  • Murphy, E.R., Illes, J. Neuroethics and psychiatry: New collaborations for emerging challenges. Psychiatric Annals, 2007, 37(12):798-804. (PDF)
  • Greely, H., Illes, J., Neuroscience-based lie detection:  The urgent need for regulation. American Journal of Law and Medicine, 2007, 33(2-3):377-431. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Empirical neuroethics. Can brain imaging visualize human thought? Why is neuroethics interested in such a possibility? EMBO Reports, 2007, 8, S57-S61. (PDF)
  • Racine, E., Illes, J., Emerging ethical challenges in advanced neuroimaging research. Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics, 2007, 2(2):1-10. (PDF)
  • Singh, J., Hallmayer, J., Illes, J., Interacting and paradoxical forces in neuroscience and society. Nature Review Neuroscience, 2007, 8(2):153-160. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Rosen A., Greicius, M., Racine, E., Prospects for prediction: An ethics analysis of neuroimaging in Alzheimer’s Disease. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 2007, 1097:278-295. (PDF)
  • Racine, E., DuRousseau, D., Illes, J., Ethical issues in performance-enhancing technologies: From bench to headline. Technology, 2007, 11(1):37-54.
  • Racine, E., Van der Loos, H.Z.A., Illes, J., Internet marketing of neuroproducts: New practices and healthcare policy challenges. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, 2007, 16(2):181-194. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Bird, S.J., Neuroethics: A modern context for ethics neuroscience. Trends in Neuroscience, 2006, 29(9):511-517.(PDF) Also translated into Russian (2015): “Person”, Russian Academic Studies Presidium, Moscow, vol. 6, 5-22.
  • Racine, E., Bar-Ilan, O., Illes, J., A decade of brain imaging coverage in the print media. Science Communication, 2006, 28(1):122-143. (PDF)
  • Racine, E., Illes, J., Neuroethical responsibilities. Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences (also in French). 2006, 33(3):269-277. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Gallo, M., Kirschen, M.P., An ethics perspective on the use of transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) for human neuromodulation. In A. Pascual-Leone (Ed). TMS: Disrupting the brain to enhance human cognitive abilities. Special Issue of Behavioral Neurology, 2006, 17:1-9. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., DeVries, R., Cho, M.K., Schraedley-Desmond, P., ELSI priorities for brain imaging. American Journal of Bioethics, 2006, 6(2):24-31. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Kirschen, M.P., Edwards, E., Stanford, L.R., Bandettini, P., Michael, D.B., Ford, P.J., Glover, G.H., Kulynych, J., Macklin R., Wolf, S.M., Ethics:  Incidental findings in brain imaging research. Science, 2006, 311(5762):783-784. (PDF)
  • Kirschen, M.P., Jaworska, A., Illes, J., Subjects’ expectations in neuroimaging research. Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging, 2006, 23(2):205-209. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Blakemore, C., Hansson, M., Hensch, T., Leshner, A., Maestre, G., Magistretti, P., Strata, P., Neuroethics: International perspectives on engaging the public in neuroscience. Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 2005, 6(12):977-982. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Atlas, S.W., Raffin, T.A., Imaging neuroethics for the imaging neurosciences. Neuroscience Imaging, 2005, 1(2):5-18.
  • Illes, J., Racine, E., Neuroethics: Dialogue on a continuum from tradition to innovation. American Journal of Bioethics, 2005, 5(2):W3-4. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Racine, E., Imaging or imagining?  A neuroethics challenge informed by genetics. American Journal of Bioethics, 2005, 5(2):5-18. (PDF)
  • Racine, E., Bar-Ilan, O., Illes, J., fMRI in the public eye. Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 2005, 6(2):159-164. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Kann, D., Karetsky, K., Letourneau, P., Raffin, T.A., Schraedley-Desmond, P., Koenig, B.A., Atlas, S.W., Advertising, patient decision-making, and self-referral for computed tomographic and magnetic resonance imaging. Archives of Internal Medicine, 2004, 164(22):2406-2408. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Kirschen, M.P., Karetsky, K., Kelly, M., Saha, A., Desmond, J.D., Raffin, T.A., Glover, G.H., Atlas, S.W., Discovery and disclosure of incidental findings on brain MRI in research. Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging, 2004, 20(5):743-747. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Rosen, A., Huang, L., Goldstein, R.A., Raffin, T.A., Swan, G., Atlas, S.W., Ethical consideration of incidental findings on adult MRI in research. Neurology, 2004, 62(6):888-890. (PDF)
  • Farah, M.*, Illes, J.*, Cook-Deegan, R., Gardner, H., Kandel, E., King, P., Parens, E., Wolpe, P.R., Sahakian, B. (*lead authors). Neurocognitive enhancement: What can we do and what should we do? Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 2004, 5(5):421-425. (PDF)
  • Swan, G.E., Cheng, L.S., Jack, L.M., Hemberger, K., Carmelli, D., Khroyan, P.T.V., Ring, H.Z., Hops, H., Andrews, H., Tildesley, E., McBride, D., Benowitz, B., Webster, C., Wilhelmsen, K., Feiler, H., Koenig, B., Caron, L., Illes, J., Environmental and genetic determinants of tobacco use: A multidisciplinary, longitudinal family-based design. Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers and Prevention, 2003, 12(10):994-1005. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Kirschen, M.P., Gabrieli, J.D.E., From neuroimaging to neuroethics. Nature Neuroscience, 2003, 6(3):250. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Fan, E., Koenig, B., Raffin, T.A., Kann, D., Atlas, S.W., Self-referred whole body imaging: Current implications for health care consumers. Radiology, 2003, 228(2):346-351.(PDF) (Also abstracted in Year Book of Diagnostic Radiology, 2004, Mosby. Elsevier, St. Louis, MO).
  • Illes, J., Desmond, J., Huang, L.F., Raffin, T.A., Atlas, S.W., Ethical and practical considerations in managing incidental neurologic findings in fMRI. Brain and Cognition, 2002, 50(3):358-365. (PDF)
  • Moseley, M., Bammer, R., Illes, J., Diffusion tensor imaging of cognitive function. Brain and Cognition, 2002, 50(3):396-413. (PDF)
  • Kim, B.S., Illes, J., Kaplan, R.T., Reiss, A., Atlas, S.W., Neurologic findings in healthy children on pediatric fMRI:  Incidence and significance. American Journal of Neuroradiology, 2002, 23:1674-1677. (PDF)
  • Golby, A.J., Poldrack, R.A., Illes, J., Chen, D., Desmond, J.E., Gabrieli, J.D.E., Memory lateralization in medial temporal lobe epilepsy assessed by functional MRI. Epilepsia, 2002, 43(8):855-863. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Glover, G.H., Wexler, L., Leung, A., Glazer, G.M., A model for faculty mentoring in academic radiology. Academic Radiology, 2000, 7(9):717-724. doi:10.1016/S1076-6332(00)80529-2. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Francis, W., Desmond, G.H., Gabrieli, J.E., Glover, G.H., Poldrack, R., Lee, C.J., Wagner, A.D., Convergent cortical representation of semantic processing in bilinguals. Brain and Language, 1999, 70(3):347-363. (PDF)
  • Zink, S., Illes, J., Vannier, M.W., NLM extramural program: Frequently asked questions. Bulletin of the Medical Library Association, 1996, 84(2):165-181. (PDF)
  • Jones, H., Illes, J., Northway, W., A history of the Department of Radiology at Stanford University. American Journal of Radiology, 1995, 164(3):753-760. (PDF)
  • Gevins, A.S., Cutillo, B.A., Illes, J., The future of high resolution EEGs: Neurocognitive effects of mild head injury. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 1992, 7(2):78-90. (PDF)
  • Gevins, A.S., Bressler, S.L., Cutillo, B.A., Illes, J., Miller, J., Stern, J., Jex, H., Effects of prolonged mental work on functional brain topography. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, 1990, 76(4):339-350. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Neurolinguistic features of spontaneous language production distinguish three forms of neurodegenerative disease: Alzheimer's, Huntington's, Parkinson's. Brain and Language, 1989, 37(4):628-642. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Metter, E.J., Dennings, R., Hanson, W.R., Jackson, C., Kempler, D., Mazziotta, J.C., Phelps, M.E., Spontaneous language production in mild aphasia: Relationship to left prefrontal glucose hypometabolism. Aphasiology, 1989, 3(6):527-537. (link)
  • Gevins, A.S., Cutillo, B.A., Bressler, S.L., Morgan, N.H., White, R.M., Illes, J., Greer, D.S., Event-related covariances during a bimanual visuomotor task. Part 2: Preparation and feedback. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, 1989, 74(2):147-160. (PDF)
  • Gevins, A.S., Bressler, S.L., Morgan, N.H., Cutillo, B.A., White, R.M., Greer, D.S., Illes, J., Event-related covariances during a bimanual visuomotor task. Part 1: Methods and analysis of stimulus- and response-locked data. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, 1989, 74(1):58-75. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Metter, E.J., Hanson, W.R., Iritani, S., Language production in Parkinson's Disease: Linguistic and acoustic considerations. Brain and Language, 1988, 33(1):146-161.  (PDF) Also selected and reproduced in M. Taylor-Sarno (Ed.) Yearbook of Rehabilitation. 1989, Yearbook Medical Publishers, Chicago, IL.
  • Gevins, A.S., Morgan, N.H., Bressler, S.L., Cutillo, B.A., White, R.M., Illes, J., Greer, D.S., Doyle, J.C., Zeitlin, G.M., Human neuroelectric patterns predict performance accuracy. Science, 1987, 235(4788):580-585. (PDF)
  • Gordon, W.P., Illes, J.  Neurolinguistic deficits in Huntington's Disease: Preliminary analysis. Brain and Language, 1987, 31(1):1-10. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Nespoulous, J.L., Lecours, A.R., Hesitation patterns in neologistic jargonaphasia:  A diachronic study. La Linguistique, 1986, 22(2):75-93. (PDF)
  • Innocenti, G.M., Frost, D.O. Illes, J., Maturation of visual callosal connections in visually deprived kittens: A challenging critical period. Journal of Neuroscience, 1985, 5(2):255-267. (PDF)
  • Stellar, J.R., Illes, J., Mills, L.E., Role of the ipsilateral forebrain in hypothalamic reward in rats. Physiology and Behavior, 1982, 29(6):1089-1097. DOI 10.1007/s12152-011-9102-zDOI 10.1007/s12152-011-9102-z. (PDF)
Refereed Publications: Edited Journals
  • Lee, G., Illes, J., Ohl, F. (Eds.) Current Topics in Behaviorial Neurosciences: Ethical Issues in Behaviorial Neuroscience, Springer, vol. 19. January 2015. (link)
  • Peters, K. Beattie, L.B., Illes, J. (Eds.) Neuroethics and neurodegenerative disease, Special Issues of Progress in Neurobiology, December 2013. (PDF)
  • Illes, J. and Pierce, K.R. (Eds.) Journal of Accountability in Research, Special Issue on Neuroethics. Fall 2008.
  • Illes, J. (Ed.) Minimally Conscious States, Imaging and Ethics, AJOB-Neuroscience, Special Issue on Minimally Conscious States. Fall 2008.
  • Illes, J. and Racine, E. (Eds.) Neuroethics: From Neurotechnology to Healthcare, Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics. Spring 2007. (PDF)
  • Illes, J. and Atlas, S.W. (Eds.) Topics in Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Ethical Issues in MR Imaging. Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, New York, NY, 2002, 13(2). (PDF)
  • Illes, J. (Ed.) Ethical Challenges in Advanced Neuroimaging, Brain and Cognition. Academic Press, New York, NY, 2002, 50(3).
Non-Refereed Publications
  • Illes, J., Davidson, J., Matthews, R., Environmental neuroethics: Recommendation submitted to the Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues, July 2014.
  • Kirschen, M.P. and Illes, J., Ethical Implications of an incidentally found asymptomatic Chiari Malformation in a competitive athlete, Neurology Continuum: Sports Neurology: Ethical Perspectives in Neurology, 2014, 20(6), 1683-1687. (PDF)
  • Illes, J. and Kirschen, M.P., Anticipating and responding to incidental findings in basic and clinical research, APA Monitor, March 2014, 54-56. (link)
  • Borgelt, E.L., Anderson, J.A., Illes, J., Managing unexpected findings: Lessons from neuroimaging research, AJoB, 2013, 13(2), 36-37. (PDF)
  • Lee, G., and Illes, J., Never say never: Limitations of neuroimaging for communicating decisions after brain injury, AJoB-Neuroscience, 2013, 4(1), 58. (PDF)
  • Wolpe, P.R. and Illes, J., Neuroethics at ten, and counting, Editorial: AJoB-Neuroscience, 2013, 4(1), 1-3. (PDF)
  • Anderson, J., Eijkholt, M., Illes, J., Research accountability: Mandate ethics methods in papers. Nature, 2012, 487(26), 432. (PDF)
  • Illes, J. An interview with Judy Illes, Trends in Neuroscience, 2012, 35(9), 521–523. (PDF)
  • Illes, J. and Stables, C., Enrolling patients in disordered states of consciousness in research: Is substituted judgment the right principle? Neurology Today, 2012, 12(4), 30-31. (PDF)
  • Graham, K. and Illes, J., The many questions of Neuroethics: 10 years hence and growing exponentially. The Kopf Carrier, 2012, 73. 1. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Mizgalewicz, A., Neuromarketing: At the intersection of technology, privacy and choice. Lahey Clinics Journal, 2012, 9(1), 1-2, 7. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Ask the neuroethicist: Frontotemporal dementia or midlife crisis? Evaluating capacity and consent for participation in research. Neurology Today. 2011, 11(18):6-7. DOI 10.1097/01.NT.0000406554.57870.d9. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Banjo, Y., Buchman, D.Z., Borgelt, E., Chahal, N., Federico, C., Di Pietro, N., Nadler, R., Northe, A., Parke, S., Robillard, J.M., Tairyan, K., Reimer, J., Whiteley, L., Asandwichia. Journal of Irreproducible Results, 2011, 51(4).
  • Robillard, J.M., Illes, J., Lost in translation: Neuroscience and the public. Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 2011, DOI 10.1038/nrn2773-c2. (PDF)
  • Chahal, N., Illes, J., Dementia knowledge translation: A directed search for online resources. Interactive Journal of Medical Research. 2011.
  • Illes, J., The art of medicine: Empowering the brain science with neuroethics. The Lancet Medicine, 2010, 376:1294-1295. (PDF)
  • Reimer, J., Illes, J., Listening to the messages of patients and stakeholders: Where stem cell therapy, spinal cord injury, and neuroethics meet. Annals of Neurosciences. 2009, 16(4):148-149. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Neuroethics, neurotalk. Kopf Carrier Newsletter, September 2009, 69. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Pierce, R., Introduction: Accountability in neuroethics. Accountability in Research, 2008, 15(4):205-208. (PDF)
  • Illes J., Kirschen M.P., Incidental neuroradiological findings. In: The Encyclopedia of Diagnostic Imaging. A.L. Baert (Ed.) Springer-Verlag, 2008, 1:943-946. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Fixing the leaky faucet. Science, 2008, 321(5897):1776. (PDF)
  • Fins, J.J., Illes, J.,Lights, camera, inaction? Neuroimaging and disorders of consciousness. American Journal of Bioethics, 2008, 8(9):1-3. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Brain screening and incidental findings: Flocking to folly? Lancet Neurology, 2008, 7(1):23-24. (PDF)
  • Pierce, R., Illes, J., Policy must recognize drug impact on different sectors. Nature, 2008, 451(7178):521. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Appealing to the restless consumer. Nature Clinical Practice Neurology, 2008, 4(3):117. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Ipsa Scientia Potestas Est (Knowledge is Power). Editorial. American Journal of Bioethics, 2007, 7(1):1-2. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Atlas, S.W., Tipping the scale: Moving privatized imaging from risk to benefit. AMA Virtual Mentor, 2007, 9(99):103.
  • Illes, J., Brain imaging reveals thorny neuroethical issues. Clinical Neurology News, 2007, 3(1):9. (link)
  • Illes, J., Chin, V.N., Trust and reciprocity: Foundational principles in human subjects imaging research. Canadian Journal of Neurological Science, 2007, 34(1):3-4. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Atlas, S.W., Risks and benefits of the new medical imaging enterprise. Virtual Mentor, 2007, 9(99):103. Accessed January 29, 2007. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Murphy, E.R., Chimeras of nurture. American Journal of Bioethics, 2007, 7(5):3-4. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Not forgetting forgetting. American Journal of Bioethics, 2007, 7(9):3-4. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Racine, E., Neuroethics - From neurotechnology to healthcare. Guest Editorial. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, 2006, 16:124-146. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Viewpoint: On the contents of Pandora’s Box of incidental findings in brain imaging research. Nature, Clinical Practice Neurology, 2006, 2(2):60-61. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Medical imaging: A hub for the new field of neuroethics. Academic Radiology, 2004, 11(7):721-723. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Neuroethics: A place for expanded domains and new perspectives in neuroscience. Commentary on Farah and Wolpe. The Hastings Center Report, 2004, 4.
  • Illes, J., Kirschen, M.P., New prospects and ethical challenges for neuroimaging within and outside the health care system. Invited Editorial (Part II). American Journal of Neuroradiology, 2003, 24(10):1932-1934. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Neuroethics in a new era of neuroimaging. Invited Editorial (Part I). American Journal of Neuroradiology, 2003, 24(9):1739-1741. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Raffin, T.A., Neuroethics: A new discipline is emerging in the study of brain and cognition. Brain and Cognition, 2002, 50(3):341-344. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Atlas, S.W., Introduction and commentary: Emerging ethical issues in MRI. Topics in Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Ethical Issues in MR Imaging, 2002, 13(2):71-72.

Recent Publications:

  • Fox, K.C.R., Fitz, N.S., Reiner, P.B., The Multiplicity of Memory Enhancement: Practical and Ethical Implications of the Diverse Neural Substrates Underlying Human Memory Systems. Neuroethics (2016). doi:10.1007/s12152-016-9282-7 (link)
  • Reiner, P.B., Nagel, S.K., Technologies of the Extended Mind. In: Neuroethics: Defining the Issues in Theory, Practice, and Policy (2nd Edition), J. Illes, ed. (in press).
  • Nagel, S.K., Hrincu, V., Reiner, P.B., Algorithm anxiety – Do decision-making algorithms pose a threat to autonomy?, IEEE Ethics 2016 (in press).
  • Cabrera, L.Y., Reiner, P.B., A novel sequential mixed-method technique for contrastive analysis of unscripted qualitative data: Contrastive quantitized content analysis. Sociological Methods and Research (in press).
  • Niker, F., Reiner, P.B., and Felsen, G., Pre-authorization: A novel decision-making heuristic that may promote autonomy. American Journal of Bioethics, 5:27-28 (2016). (link)
  • Fitz, N.S., Reiner, P.B., Time to expand the mind. Nature, 531:S9 (2016). (link)
  • Niker, F., Reiner, P.B., Felsen, G., Updating our selves: synthesizing philosophical and neurobiological perspectives on incorporating new information into our worldview. Neuroethics DOI 10.1007/s12152-015-9246-3 (2015). (PDF)
  • Robillard, J.M., Illes, J., Arcand, M., Beattie, B.L., Hayden, S., Lawrence, P., McGrenere, J., Reiner, P.B., Wittenberg, D., Jacova, C., Scientific and ethical features of online tests for Alzheimer Disease. Alzheimer's & Dementia: Diagnosis, Assessment & Disease Monitoring 1:281-288 (2015).
  • Felsen, G., Reiner, P.B., (2015) What can neuroscience contribute to the debate over nudging?. Review of Philosophy and Psychology, doi:10.1007/s13164-015-0240-9. (PDF)
  • Cabrera, L.Y., Reiner, P.B., (2015) Understanding public (mis)understanding of tDCS for enhancement. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience, doi:10.3389/fnint.2015.00030. (PDF)
  • Cabrera, L.Y., Fitz, N.S., Reiner, P.B., (2014) Reasons for comfort and discomfort with pharmacological enhancement of cognitive, affective, and social domains. Neuroethics, doi:10.1007/s12152-014-9222-3. (PDF)
  • Cabrera, L.Y., Fitz, N.S., Reiner, P.B., (2014) Empirical support for the moral salience of the therapy-enhancement distinction in the debate over cognitive, affective and social enhancement. Neuroethics, doi:10.1007/s12152-014-9223-2. (PDF)
  • Byram, A., Reiner, P.B., (2014) Shifting one’s worldview to neurocentrism may be troubling, but the evidence that this is the cause of maladaptation in DBS patients is lacking. American Journal of Bioethics Neuroscience, 5:4, 42-44, doi: 10.1080/21507740.2014.953272. (PDF)
  • Fitz, N.S., Reiner, P.B., (2014) Buttressing regulation of cognitive enhancement devices with principles of harm reduction. Journal of Law and the Biosciences, 1:322-327 doi:10.1093/jlb/lsu018. (PDF)
  • Illes, J., Reiner, P.B., Advances in Ethics for the Neuroscience Agenda, in: Neurobiology of Brain Disorders: Biological Basis of Neurological and Psychiatric Disorders, M.J. Zigmond, L.P. Rowland, J.T. Coyle (eds.). Academic Press, 2015, 735–747. (link)
  • Franke, A.G., Papenburg, C., Schotten, E., Reiner, P.B., Lieb, K., (2014) Attitudes towards prescribing cognitive enhancers among primary care physicians in Germany. BMC Family Practice, 15:3. (PDF)
  • Fitz, N.S., Reiner, P.B., The Perils of Using Electrical Stimulation to Change Human Brains, in: The Stimulated Brain, R. Cohen Kadosh (ed.), Elsevier, 2014, pp. 61-84. (link)
  • Fitz, N.S., Nadler, R., Manogaran, P., Chong, E., Reiner, P.B., (2014) Public attitudes towards cognitive enhancement. Neuroethics, 7:173-188. (PDF)
  • Felsen, G., Reiner, P.B., (2013) Having the capacity for autonomy is insufficient to provide meaningful autonomy. American Journal of Bioethics Neuroscience 4:52–3. (PDF)
  • Reiner, P.B., How reliable are intuitions of fairness?, in: Explorations of Fairness, J. Sarra (ed.), Carswell Press, 2013, pp. 71-76.
  • Reiner, P.B., (2013) Comment on “Can transcranial electrical stimulation improve learning difficulties in atypical brain development? A future possibility for cognitive training” by Krause and Cohen Kadosh. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience 6:195-196. (PDF)
  • Felsen, G., Castelo, N., Reiner, P.B., (2013) Decisional enhancement and autonomy: Public attitudes towards overt and covert nudges. Judgment & Decision Making, 8:202-213. (PDF)
  • Fitz, N.S., Reiner, P.B., (2013) The challenge of crafting policy for DIY brain stimulation. Journal of Medical Ethics, doi:10.1136/medethics-2013-101458. (PDF)
  • Nagel, S., Reiner, P.B., (2013) Autonomy support to foster individual’s flourishing. American Journal of Bioethics, 13: 36-37. (PDF)
  • Cabrera, L., Reiner, P.B., (2013) The emotional impact of ‘study drugs’: unsurprising and unconvincing. American Journal of Bioethics Neuroscience, 4:20-21. (PDF)
  • Forlini, C., Hall, W., Maxwell, B., Outram, S.M., Reiner, P.B., Repantis, D., Schermer, M., Racine, E., (2013) Navigating the enhancement landscape. EMBO Journal, 14:123-128. (PDF)
  • Reiner, P.B., Biopolitics of cognitive enhancement, in: Cognitive Enhancement - An Interdisciplinary Perspective, E. Hildt, A. Franke (eds.), Springer, 2013, pp. 189-200. (PDF)
  • Reiner, P.B., (2012) The modern debate over cognitive enhancement. INK Journal, 1:18-20 (2012). (PDF)
  • Castelo, N., Reiner, P.B., Felsen, G., (2012) Balancing autonomy and decisional enhancement: an evidence based approach. American Journal of Bioethics, 12:30-31. (PDF)
  • Felsen, G., Reiner, P.B., (2011) How the neuroscience of decision making informs our conception of autonomy. American Journal of Bioethics – Neuroscience, 2:3-14. (PDF)
  • Buchman, D.Z., Illes, J., Reiner, P.B., (2011) The paradox of addiction neuroscience. Neuroethics, 4: 65-77 (2011). (PDF)
  • Reiner PB, The rise of neuroessentialism, in: Oxford Handbook of Neuroethics. J. Illes, B. Sahakian, (eds.), 2011, pp. 161-175. (link)
  • Nadler, R., Reiner, P.B., (2011) Prototypes or Pragmatics? The Open Question of Public Attitudes Toward Enhancement. American Journal of Bioethics – Neuroscience, 2(2):49-50. (PDF)
  • Banjo, O.C., Nadler, R., Reiner, P.B., (2010) Physician attitudes to cognitive enhancement: safety concerns are paramount. PLoS One, 5(12):1-8. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0014322. (PDF)
  • Felsen, G., Whiteley, L., Nadler, R., Reiner, P.B., (2010) Neuroscience evidence should be incorporated into our ethical practices. American Journal of Bioethics – Neuroscience, 1(4):36-38. (PDF)
  • Reiner, P.B., (2010) Distinguishing between restoration and enhancement in neuropharmacology, Virtual Mentor, 12(11): 885-888. (PDF)
  • Nadler, R., Reiner, P.B., (2010) A call for data to inform discussion on cognitive enhancement. BioSocieties, 5(4):481-482. (PDF)
  • Buchman, D.Z., Reiner, P.B., (2009) Stigma and addiction: being and becoming. American Journal of Bioethics – Neuroscience, 9:18-19. (PDF)
  • Reiner, P.B., (2009) Unintended benefits arising from cell-based interventions for neurological conditions. American J Bioethics - Neuroscience, 9(5):51—52. (PDF)
  • Murphy, E.R., Illes, J., Reiner, P.B., (2008) Neuroethics of neuromarketing. Journal of Consumer Behaviour, 7: 293–302. (PDF)
  • Chen, Z.J., Vulevic, B., Ile, K.E., Soulika, A., Davis, W., Reiner, P.B., Connop, B.P., Nathwani, P., Trojanowski, J.Q., Tew, K.D., (2004) Association of ABCA2 expression with determinants of Alzheimer's disease. FASEB Journal 18:1129-1131. (PDF)
  • Reiner, P.B., Le Bihan, S., Identification of brain-expressed ABC transporters that may mediate detachment of β-amyloid from biological membranes, in : Drug Discovery and Development for Alzheimer’s disease, HM Fillit, AW O’Connell (eds), Springer, 2002, pp. 67-73. (link)
  • Kohlmeier, K.A., Burns, J., Reiner, P.B., Semba, K., (2002) Substance P in the descending cholinergic projection to REM sleep-induction regions of the rat pontine reticular formation: anatomical and electrophysiological analyses. European Journal of Neuroscience, 15:176-196. (PDF)
  • Lam, F.C., Liu, R., Lu, P., Shapiro, A.B., Renoir, J-M., Sharom, F.J., Reiner, P.B., (2001) β-amyloid efflux mediated by P-glycoprotein. Journal of Neurochemistry, 76:1121-1128. (PDF)
  • El-Husseini, A.E-D., Williams, J., Reiner, P.B., Pelech, S., Vincent, S.R., (1999) Localization of the cGMP-dependent protein kinases in relation to nitric oxide synthase in the brain. Journal of Chemical Neuroanatomy, 17:45-55. (PDF)
  • Mills, J.A., Reiner, P.B., (1999) MAP kinase is involved in NMDA regulation of APP cleavage. Neuroscience, 94:1333-8. (PDF)
  • Kohlmeier, K.A., Reiner, P.B., (1999) Noradrenaline excites non-cholinergic LDT neurons via two distinct mechanisms. Neuroscience, 93(2):619-30. (PDF)
  • Connop, B.P., Thies, R.L., Beyreuther, K., Ida, N., Reiner, P.B., (1999) Novel effects of FCCP [carbonyl cyanide p-(trifluoromethoxy)phenylhydrazone] on amyloid precursor protein processing. Journal of Neurochemistry, 72:1457-1465. (PDF)
  • Kohlmeier, K.A., Reiner, P.B., (1999) Vasoactive intestinal peptide excites medial pontine reticular formation neurons in the brainstem rapid eye movement sleep-induction zone. Journal of Neuroscience, 19:4073-4081. (PDF)
  • von Krosigk, M., Monckton, J., Reiner, P.B., McCormick, D.A., (1999) Dynamic properties of corticothalamic excitatory postsynaptic potentials and thalamic reticular inhibitory postsynaptic potentials in thalamocortical neurons of the guinea-pig dorsal lateral geniculate nucleus. Neuroscience, 91:7-20. (PDF)
  • Mills, J.A., Reiner, P.B., (1999) Regulation of amyloid precursor protein cleavage. Journal of Neurochemistry, 72: 443-460. (PDF)
  • Husseini, AE-D., Bladen, C., Williams, J.A., Reiner, P.B., Vincent, S.R., (1998) Nitric oxide regulates cyclic GMP-dependent protein kinase phosphorylation in rat brain. Journal of Neurochemistry, 71:676-683. (PDF)
  • Vincent S.R., Williams, J.A., Reiner, P.B., El-Husseini, A.E-D., (1998) Monitoring NO release in vivo in cerbellum, thalamus and hippocampus. Progress in Brain Research, 118:27-35. (link)
  • Mills, J., Charest, D.L., Lam, F., Beyreuther, K., Ida, N., Pelech, S.L., Reiner, P.B., (1997) Regulation of amyloid precursor protein catabolism involves the mitogen-activated protein kinase signal transduction pathway. Journal of Neuroscience, 17:9415-9422. (PDF)
  • Williams, J.A., Vincent, S.R., Reiner, P.B., Measurement of nitric oxide in brain using the hemoglobin trapping technique coupled with in vivo microdialysis, in: Molecular Regulation of Conscious States, R. Lydic (ed), CRC Press:Boca Raton, 1997, pp.201-212. (link)
  • Williams, J.A., Vincent, S.R., Reiner, P.B., (1997) Regulation of nitric oxide production in rat thalamus by behavioral state, local depolarization, and brainstem stimulation. Journal of Neuroscience, 17(1): 420-427. (PDF)
  • Mills, J., Reiner, P.B., (1996) Phorbol esters but not the cholinergic agonists oxotremorine-M or carbachol increase release of the amyloid precursor protein in cultured rat cortical neurons. Journal of Neurochemistry, 67:1511-1518. (PDF)
  • Gorelova, N., Reiner, P.B., (1996) Histamine depolarizes cholinergic septal neurons. Journal of Neurophysiology, 75:707-714. (PDF)
  • Gorelova, N., Reiner, P.B., (1996) Role of the afterhyperpolarization in control of discharge properties of septal cholinergic neurons in vitro. Journal of Neurophysiology, 75:695-706. (PDF)
  • Reiner, P.B., (1995) Are mesopontine cholinergic neurons either necessary or sufficient components of the ascending reticular activating system?. Seminars in Neuroscience, 7:355-359. (PDF)
  • Reiner, P.B., Fibiger, H.C., Functional heterogeneity of central cholinergic systems. in: Psychopharmacology: The Fourth Generation of Progress, F.E. Bloom, D.J. Kupfer (eds), 1995, pp. 147-153. (link)
  • Puil, E., Hutcheon, B., Reiner, P.B., (1994) Isoflurane inhibits calcium currents in cortical neurons. Neuroscience Letters, 176:63-6. (PDF)
  • Williams, J.A., Comisarow, J., Day, J., Fibiger, H.C., Reiner, P.B., (1994) State-dependent release of acetylcholine in rat thalamus measured by in vivo microdialysis. Journal of Neuroscience, 14:5236-5242. (PDF)
  • Reiner, P.B., Kamondi, A., (1994) Mechanisms of antihistamine induced sedation in the human brain: H1 receptor activation reduces a background leakage potassium current. Neuroscience, 59:579-588. (PDF)
  • Doll, C.J., Hochachka, P.W., Reiner, P.B., (1993) Reduced ionic conductance in the turtle brain. American Journal of Physiology, 265:R929-R933. (PDF)
  • Williams, J.A., Reiner, P.B., (1993) Noradrenaline hyperpolarizes identified mesopontine cholinergic neurons in vitro. Journal of Neuroscience, 13:3878-3883. (PDF)
  • Snutch, T., Reiner, P.B., (1992) Calcium channels: diversity and function. Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 2:247-253. (PDF)
  • Kamondi, A., Williams, J.A., Hutcheon, B., Reiner, P.B., (1992) Membrane properties of mesopontine cholinergic neurons studied with the whole-cell patch clamp technique: implications for behavioral state control. Journal of Neurophysiology, 68:1359-1372. (PDF)
  • Luebke, J.I., Greene, R.W., Semba, K., Kamondi, A., McCarley, R.W., Reiner, P.B., (1992) Serotonin hyperpolarizes cholinergic low threshold burst neurons in the laterodorsal tegmental nucleus in vitro. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (USA), 89:743-747. (PDF)
  • Doll, C.J., Hochachka, P.J., Reiner, P.B., (1991) Channel arrest: implications from membrane resistance in turtle neurons. American Journal of Physiology, 261:R1321-R1324. (PDF)
  • Kamondi, A., Reiner, P.B., (1991) Hyperpolarization activated inward current in histaminergic tuberomammillary neurones of the rat hypothalamus. Journal of Neurophysiology, 66:1902-1911. (PDF)
  • Haas, H.L., Reiner, P.B., Greene, R.W., Histaminergic and histaminoceptive neurones: electrophysiological studies in vertebrates, in: Histaminergic Neurons: Morphology & Functions, T. Watanabe, H. Wada (eds), CRC Press, Boston, 1991, pp 196-208. (link)
  • Doll, C.J., Hochachka, P.J., Reiner, P.B., (1991) Effects of anoxia and pharmacological ischemia on turtle and rat cortical neurons. American Journal of Physiology, 260:R747-R755. (PDF)
  • Reiner, P.B., Laycock, A.G., Doll, C.J., (1990) A pharmacological model of ischemia in the hippocampal slice. Neuroscience Letters, 119:175-178. (PDF)
  • Semba, K., Reiner, P.B., Fibiger, H.C., (1990) Single mesopontine cholinergic neurons project to the thalamus and medial pontine reticular formation in the rat. Neuroscience, 38:643-654. (PDF)
  • Cumming, P., Reiner, P.B., Vincent, S.R., (1990) 9-amino-1,2,3,4-tetrahydroacridine (THA) is a potent inhibitor of rat brain histamine-N-methyltransferase. Biochemical Pharmacology, 40(6):1345-1350. (link)
  • Vincent, S.R., Hope, B.T., Drinnan, S., Reiner, P.B., (1990) G-protein mRNA expression in immunohistochemically identified dopaminergic and noradrenergic neurons in rat brain. Synapse, 6:23-32. (link)
  • Greene, R.W., Haas, H.L., Reiner, P.B., (1990) Two transient outward currents in histamine neurones of the rat hypothalamus in vitro. Journal of Physiology (London), 420:149-163. (PDF)
  • Semba, K., Reiner, P.B., McGeer, E.G., Fibiger, H,C., (1989) Brainstem-projecting neurons in the rat basal forebrain: neurochemical, topographical and physiological distinctions from cortically-projecting cholinergic neurons. Brain Research Bulletin, 22:501-509. (PDF)
  • Haas, H.L., Greene, R.W., Reiner, P.B., (1989) The brain histamine system in vitro. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 28:71-75. (PDF)
  • Reiner, P.B., McGeer, E.G., (1988) THA increases action potential duration of central histamine neurons in vitro. European Journal of Pharmacology, 155:265-270. (PDF)
  • Reiner, P.B., Semba, K., McGeer, E.G., Fibiger, H.C., (1988) Ontogeny of histidine decarboxylase immunoreactive neurons of the rat tuberomammillary nucleus: time of origin and development of transmitter phenotype. Journal of Comparative Neurology, 276:304-311. (link)
  • Vincent, S.R., Reiner, P.B., (1988) A population of very small striatal neurons in the cat displays vasoactive intestinal polypeptide immunoreactivity. Neuroscience Letters, 89:277-282. (PDF)
  • Reiner, P.B., Heimrich, B., Keller, F., Haas, H.L., (1988) Organotypic culture of central histamine neurons. Brain Research, 442:166-170. (PDF)
  • Haas, H.L., Reiner, P.B., (1988) Membrane properties of histaminergic tuberomammillary neurones of the rat hypothalamus in vitro. Journal of Physiology (London), 399:633-646. (PDF)
  • Semba, K., Reiner, P.B., McGeer, E.G., Fibiger, H.C., (1988) Non-cholinergic basal forebrain neurons project to the contralateral basal forebrain in the rat. Neuroscience Letters, 84:23-28. (PDF)
  • Semba, K., Reiner, P.B., McGeer, E.G., Fibiger, H.C., (1988) Brainstem afferents to the cholinergic basal forebrain: a retrograde transport, immunohistochemical and electrophysiological study in the rat. Journal of Comparative Neurology, 267:433-453. (link)
  • Tago, H., Reiner, P.B., McGeer, E.G., (1987) Coupled intracellular horseradish peroxidase-monoamine oxidase histochemistry: description of the technique and its application to the study of physiologically identified tuberomammillary neurons. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 20:271-281. (PDF)
  • Reiner, P.B., Semba, K., Watanabe, T., Wada, H., (1987) En bloc immunohistochemistry reveals extensive distribution of L-histidine decarboxylase immunoreactive neurons on the ventral surface of the hypothalamus. Neuroscience Letters, 77:137-142. (PDF)
  • Reiner, P.B., McGeer, E.G., (1987) Electrophysiological properties of cortically projecting histamine neurons of the rat hypothalamus. Neuroscience Letters, 73:43-47. (PDF)
  • Reiner, P.B., Vincent, S.R., (1987) Topographic relations of cholinergic and noradrenergic neurons in the feline pontomesencephalic tegmentum: an immunohistochemical study. Brain Research Bulletin, 19:705-714. (PDF)
  • Vincent, S.R., McIntosh, C.H.S., Reiner, P.B., Brown, J.C., (1987) Somatostatin immunoreactivity in the adrenal medulla: localization and characterization. Histochemistry, 87:483-486. (PDF)
  • Vincent, S.R., Reiner, P.B., (1987) The immunohistochemical localization of choline acetyltransferase in the cat brain. Brain Research Bulletin, 18:371-415. (PDF)
  • Semba, K., Reiner, P.B., McGeer, E.G., Fibiger, H.C., (1987) Morphology of cortically-projecting basal forebrain neurons in the rat as revealed by intracellular iontophoresis of horseradish peroxidase. Neuroscience, 20:637-651. (PDF)
  • Reiner, P.B., Semba, K., Fibiger, H.C., McGeer, E.G., (1987) Physiological evidence for subpopulations of cortically-projecting basal forebrain neurons in the anesthetized rat. Neuroscience, 20:629-636. (PDF)
  • Cumming, P., von Krosigk, M., Reiner, P.B., McGeer, E.G., Vincent, S.R., (1986) Absence of adrenaline neurones in the guinea pig brain: a combined immunohistochemical and high performance liquid chromatography study. Neuroscience Letters, 63:125-130. (PDF)
  • Reiner, P.B.,Vincent, S.R., (1986) The distribution of tyrosine hydroxylase, dopamine-beta-hydroxylase and phenylethanolamine-N-methyltransferase immunoreactive neurons in the feline medulla oblongata. Journal of Comparative Neurology, 248:518-531. (link)
  • Reiner, P.B., (1986) Correlational analysis of central noradrenergic neuronal activity and sympathetic tone in behaving cats. Brain Research, 378:86-96. (PDF)
  • Reiner, P.B., (1985) Clonidine inhibits central noradrenergic neurons in unanesthetized cats. European Journal of Pharmacology, 115:249-257. (PDF)
  • Morrison, A.R., Reiner, P.B., A dissection of paradoxical sleep, in:Brain Mechanisms of Sleep, D.J. McGinty, A.R. Morrison, R. Drucker-Colin, P.L. Parmeggiani (eds), Raven Press, New York, 1984, pp 97-110.
  • Reiner, P.B., Woolsey, J., Adler, N.T., Morrison, A.R., A gross anatomical study of the peripheral nerves associated with reproductive function in the female albino rat, in: Neuroendocrinology of Reproduction, N.T. Adler (ed), Plenum Press, New York, 1981, pp 545-557. (PDF)
  • Reiner, P.B., Morrison A.R. (1980) Pontine-geniculate-occipital spikes in the albino rat: evidence for the presence of the pontine component as revealed by cerebellar lesions. Experimental Neurology, 69:61-73. (PDF)

Recent Publications:

    • Robillard, J.M., Lo, C., Feng, T.L., Hennessy, C., (2016) “A Light Switch in the #Brain”: Optogenetics on Social Media. Neuroethics, doi:10.1007/s12152-016-9276-5. (link)
    • Robillard, J.M. (2016) The online environment: a key variable in the ethical response to complementary and alternative medicine for Alzheimer disease. Journal of Alzheimer Disease, 51(1):11-3. (link)
    • Robillard, J.M., Cabral, E., Hennessey, C., Kwon, B.K., Illes, J. (2015) Fueling hope: Stem cells in social media. Stem Cell Reviews and Reports. 11(4):540-6. (PDF)
    • Robillard, J.M., Illes, J. Arcand, M., Beattie, B.L., Hayden, S., Lawrence, P., McGrenere, J., Reiner, P.B., Wittenberg, D., Jacova, C., (2015) Scientific validity and ethics of online tests for Alzheimer disease. Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia: Diagnosis, Assessment and Disease Monitoring, 1(3):281-8. (PDF)
  • Robillard, J.M. (2016) The online environment: a key variable in the ethical response to complementary and alternative medicine for Alzheimer disease. Journal of Alzheimer Disease, 51(1):11-3. (link)
  • Robillard, J.M., Illes, J., Arcand, M., Beattie, B.L., Hayden, S., Lawrence, P., McGrenere, J., Reiner, P.B., Wittenberg, D., Jacova, C. (2015) Scientific validity and ethics of online tests for Alzheimer disease. Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia: Diagnosis, Assessment and Disease Monitoring, 1(3):281-8.
  • Robillard, J.M., Johnson, T.W., Hennessey, C., Beattie, B.L., Illes, J. (2013) Aging 2.0: Health information about dementia on Twitter. PLoS One. Jul 26;8(7):e69861. (PDF)
  • Robillard, J.M., Federico, C.A., Tairyan, K., Ivinson, A.J., Illes, J. (2011) Untapped ethical resources for neurodegeneration. BMC Medical Ethics. 12:9. (HTML ver.)

  • Robillard, J.M., Cabral, E., Hennessey, C., Kwon, B.K., Illes, J. (2015) Fueling hope: Stem cells in social media. Stem Cell Reviews and Reports. 11(4):540-6. (PDF)
  • Robillard, J.M., Communicating in context: A priority for gene therapy researchers. (2015) Expert Opinion on Biological Therapy 15(3):315-8. (PDF)
  • Robillard, J.M., Roskams-Edris, D., Kuzeljevic, B., Illes, J. (2014) Prevailing public perceptions of the ethics of gene therapy. Human Gene Therapy. 25(8):740-6. (PDF)
  • Robillard, J.M., Whiteley, L., Johnson, T.M., Lim, J., Wasserman, W.W., Illes, J. (2012) Gene therapy: Capturing hopes and fears through an online Q&A platform. Journal of Medical Internet Research. 15(3):e44. (HTML ver.)

  • Robillard, J.M., Illes, J. (2011) A link in the ink: mental illness and criminal responsibility in the media. Journal of Ethics in Mental Health. 6:1-7. (PDF)

Recent Publications:

  • Ellis, M.J., McDonald, P.J., Cordingly, D., Mansouri, B., Ritchie, L., Retirement from sport – Considerations following pediatric sports-related concussion: Case illustrations and institutional approach. Neurosurg Focus, 40(4):E8, 2016. (Link)
  • Ellis, M.J., Ritchie, L., Selci, E., Chu, S., McDonald, P.J., Russell, K., Googling concussion care: a critical appraisal of online concussion healthcare providers and practices in Canada. Clin J Sport Med, 2016, (epub ahead of print) (Link)
  • McDonald, P.J., Ventriculoperitoneal shunt failure from spontaneous knotting of the peritoneal catheter. CMAJ, 188(5):E97, 2016. (Link)
  • Steinbok, P., Gopalakrishnan, C.V., Hengel, A.R., Vitali, A.M., McDonald, P.J., Hukin, J, et. al., Pediatric thalamic tumors in the MRI era: a Canadian perspective. Childs Nerv Syst, 32(2): 269-80, 2016. (Link)
  • Zeiler, F.A., Janik, M.K., McDonald, P.J., Kaufmann, A.M., Fewer, D., Butler, J., Schroeder, G., West, M., Gamma Knife radiosurgery for pediatric arteriovenous malformations: a Canadian experience. Can J Neurol Sci, 43(1):82-6, 2016. (Link)
  • Ellis, M.J., McDonald, P.J., Cordingly, D., Mansouri, B., Ritchie, L., Retirement from sport - Considerations following pediatric sports-related concussion: Case illustrations and institutional approach. Neurosurg Focus, 40(4):E8, 2016. (Link)
  • Ellis, M.J., Ritchie, L., Selci, E., Chu, S., McDonald, P.J., Russell, K., Googling concussion care: a critical appraisal of online concussion healthcare providers and practices in Canada. Clin J Sport Med, 2016, (epub ahead of print) (Link)
  • McDonald, P.J., Ventriculoperitoneal shunt failure from spontaneous knotting of the peritoneal catheter. CMAJ, 188(5):E97, 2016. (Link)
  • Steinbok, P., Gopalakrishnan, C.V., Hengel, A.R., Vitali, A.M., McDonald, P.J., Hukin, J, et. al, Pediatric thalamic tumors in the MRI era: a Canadian perspective. Childs Nerv Syst, 32(2): 269-80, 2016. (Link)
  • Zeiler, F.A., Janik, M.K., McDonald, P.J., Kaufmann, A.M., Fewer, D., Butler, J., Schroeder, G., West, M., Gamma Knife radiosurgery for pediatric arteriovenous malformations: a Canadian experience. Can J Neurol Sci, 43(1):82-6, 2016. (Link)
  • Russell, K., Ritchie, L., Vis, S., Chu, S., Selci, E., McDonald, P.J., Ellis, M.J. Measuring the scientific impact of sports-related concussion research: a citation analysis study. Curr Research: Concussion, 2(3): 113-121, 2015. (Link)
  • Zeiler, F.A., Silvaggio, J., Iancu, D., McDonald, P.J., Secondary vein of Galen malformation treated with combined endovascular and endoscopic approach. Interdisciplinary Neurosurg, 2015 2:164-167. (PDF)
  • Ellis, M.J., Leiter, J., Hall, T., McDonald, P.J., Sawyer, S., Silver, N., Bunge, M., Essig, M., Neuroimaging findings in sports-related concussion: clinical article. J Neurosurg Pediatrics, 16:241-247, 2015. (PDF)
  • Haji, F., Clarke, D.B., Matte, M., Brandman, D.M., Brien, S., deRibaupierre, S., O’Kelly, C., Christie, S., Wallace, M.C., McDonald, P.J., Kulkarni, A.V., Walling, S., Macleod, A., Teaching for the transition: the Canadian neurosurgery “Rookie Camp” for PGY-1 trainees. Can J Neurol Sci, 42(1):25-33, 2015. (PDF)
  • Ellis, M.J., McDonald, P.J., Co-existent sports-related concussion and cervical SCIWORA in an adolescent: case report. Curr Sports Med Rep, 14(1):20-2, 2015. (PDF)
  • Shih, F., Yip, S., McDonald, P.J., Chudley, A.E., Del Bigio, M.R., Oncogenic codon 13 NRAS mutations in a primary mesenchymal brain neoplasm and nevus of a child with neurocutaneous melanosis. Acta Neuropathol Commun, 2(1): 140, 2014. (PDF)
  • Daymont, C., McDonald, P.J., Wittmeier, K., Reed, M.H., Moffat, M., Variability of physicians’ thresholds for neuroimaging in children with recurrent headache. BMC Pediatr, 14(1):162, 2014. (PDF)
  • Zeiler, F.A., Kaufmann, A.M., McDonald, P.J., Fewer, D., Butler, J., Schroeder, G., West, M., Radiosurgery for high grade neoplasms: A Canadian experience. Can J Neurol Sci, 40(6):783-89, 2013. (PDF)
  • Bush, J., Wertzer, T., Del Bigio, M.R., Embil, J., McDonald, P.J., Krawitz, S., Outcomes of persons with blastomycosis involving the central nervous system. Diag Microbiol Infect Dis, 76(2):175-81, 2013. (PDF)
  • Zeiler, F.A., Bigder, M., Kaufman, A., McDonald, P.J., Fewer, D., Butler, J., Schroeder, G., West, M., Gamma Knife surgery in the treatment of pituitary adenomas: Results of a single centre. Can J Neurol Sci 40(4):546-52, 2013. (PDF)
  • Bigder, M., Zeiler, F.A., McDonald, P.J., Kaufmann, A.M., Fewer, D., Butler, J., Schroeder, G., West, M., Gamma Knife stereotactic radiosurgery for large vestibular schwannomas: The Manitoba experience. Can J Neurol Sci, 40(3):342-7, 2013. (PDF)
  • Zeiler, F.A., McDonald, P.J., Kaufmann, A., Fewer, D., Butler, J., Schroeder, G., West, M., Gamma Knife radiosurgery of cavernous sinus meningiomas: An institutional review. Can J Neurol Sci, 39(6):757-62, 2012. (PDF)
  • Zeiler, F.A., McDonald, P.J., Decompressive craniectomy in traumatic brain injury: the “Edge Effect”. Can J Neurol Sci, 39(5):652-3, 2012. (PDF)
  • Drake, J.M., Singhal, A., Kulkarni, A.V., Deveber, G., Cochrane, D.D. and the Canadian
  • Pediatric Neurosurgery Study Group (McDonald PJ- contributor), Consensus definitions of complications for accurate recording and comparisons of surgical outcomes in pediatric neurosurgery. J Neurosurg Pediatrics, 10(2): 89-95, 2012. (PDF)
  • Thorington, K., Zeiler, F., McDonald, P.J., Novel MRI changes after Gamma Knife for hypothalamic hamartoma in a child. Can J Neurol Sci, 39(4):541-543, 2012. (PDF)
  • Zeiler, F., McDonald, P.J., Kaufmann, A., Fewer, D., Butler, J., Schroeder, G., West, M., Gamma Knife radiosurgery for cerebral arteriovenous malformations: Results of treatment of 69 consecutive patients at a single centre. Can J Neurol Sci, 38(6): 851-7, 2011. (PDF)
  • Spence, J., Pasterkamp, H., McDonald, P.J., Isolated central sleep apnea in Type I Chiari malformation: Improvement after surgery. Ped Pulmonol, 45(11): 1141-4, 2010. (PDF)
  • Kulkarni, A.V., Drake, J.M., Kestle, J.R., Mallucci, C.L., Sgouros, M.D., Constantini, S., and the Canadian Pediatric Neurosurgery Study Group (McDonald, P.J. - contributor), Predicting who will benefit from endoscopic third ventriculostomy compared with shunt insertion in childhood hydrocephalus using the ETV Success Score. J Neurosurg Pediatrics, 6(4):310-315, 2010. (PDF)
  • Kulkarni, A.V, Drake, J.M., Kestle, J.R., Mallucci, C.L., Sgouros, S., Constantini S; for the Canadian Pediatric Neurosurgery Study Group (McDonald PJ- contrbutor): Endoscopic third ventriculostomy vs Cerebrospinal fluid shunt in the threatment of hydrocephalus in children: A propensity score-adjusted analysis. Neurosurg 67(3):588-93, 2010. (PDF)
  • Kulkarni, A.V., Warf, B..C, Drake, J.M., Malluci, C.L., Sgouros, S., Constantini S and the Canadian Pediatric Neurosurgery Study Group (McDonald PJ- contributor), Surgery for hydrocephalus in sub-Saharan Africa versus developed nations: a risk adjusted comparison of outcome. Child’s Nerv Syst 26(12):1711-7, 2010. (PDF)
  • McDonald, P.J., Kulkarni, A.V., Farrokhyar, F., Bhandari, M., Ethical issues in surgical research. Can J Surg 53(2):133-6, 2010. (PDF)
  • Zeiler, F.A., McDonald, P.J., Traumatic spinal cord transection in a child after non-penetrating injury. Can J Neurol Sci 37(2):400-401, 2010. (PDF)
  • McDonald, P.J., Death and injury due to all-terrain vehicles- A disturbing trend. Can J Neurol Sci 37(2):300-301, 2010. (PDF)
  • McDonald, P.J., For want of a single letter, the child was lost…almost. Can J Neurol Sci 36(6):791-2, 2009. (PDF)
  • Kulkarni, A.V., Drake, J.M., et al. for the Canadian Pediatric Neurosurgery Study Group (McDonald PJ- contributor), Endoscopic third ventriculostomy in the treatment of childhood hydrocephalus. J Pediatr 155(2):254-259 2009. (PDF)
  • Chaze, B., McDonald, P.J., Head Injuries in Winter Sports: downhill skiing, snowboarding, sledding, snowmobiling, ice skating and ice hockey. Phys Med Rehabil Clin N Am 20(1):287-93, 2009. (PDF)
  • Ellis, M.J., Kazina, C., Del Bigio, M.R., McDonald, P.J., Treatment of recurrent ventriculoperitoneal shunt failure associated with persistent cerebrospinal fluid eosinophilia and latex allergy by use of an “extracted” shunt. J Neurosurg- Peds 1(3):237-9, 2008. (PDF)
  • Chaze, B., McDonald, P.J., Head injuries in winter sports. Neurol Clin 26(1):325-32, 2008. (PDF)
  • Ellis, M.J., McDonald, P.J., Acute extradural hematoma secondary to skull metastasis from esophageal carcinoma.Can J Neurol Sci 34(4):491-3, 2007. (PDF)
  • Drake, J.M., for the Canadian Pediatric Neurosurgery Study Group (McDonald PJ- contributor), Endoscopic third ventriculostomy in pediatric patients: The Canadian experience. Neurosurg 60:881-6, 2007. (PDF)
  • McDonald, P.J., Reflections on the mentoring of a young surgeon. Can J Surg 49(3):164-7, 2006. (PDF)
  • McDonald, P.J., There’s a bug in your head. Hasting Cent Rep 36(3):7, 2006 (PDF)
  • Tonkikh, A., Janus, C., El-Behary, H., Penefather, P., Samoilova, M., McDonald, P., Ouanounou, A., Carlen, P., Calcium chelation improves spatial learning and synaptic plasticity in aged rats. Exp Neurol 197(2):291-300, 2006. (PDF)
  • Beiko, J., McDonald, P.J., Tension pneumocephalus: The Mount Fuji sign. Can J Neurol Sci 32(4):538, 2005. (PDF)
  • McDonald, P.J., Matouk, C.C., Papsin, B., Rutka, J.T., Clival osteoblastoma in a child. J Neurosurg 98(5):1133, 2003. (PDF)
  • Jahromi, S.S., Pelletier, M.R., McDonald, P.J., Khosravani, H., Carlen, P.L., Antiepileptic efficacy of Topiramate: Assessment in two in vitro seizure models. Br Research 872:20-28, 2000. (PDF)
  • McDonald P.J., Provias, J., Guha, A., Primary intracranial fibrosarcoma with intratumoral hemorrhage: Neuropathological diagnosis with review of the literature. J Neuro-Oncol 35:133-139, 1997. (PDF)
  • McDonald P.J., Rutka, J.T., Middle fossa arachnoid cysts that come and go: the natural history of arachnoid cysts. Ped Neurosurg 26:48-52, 1997. (Link)
Non-medical Publications:
  • McDonald P.J., Helmets save cyclists’ brains. Winnipeg Free Press, June 29, 2010, p A19. (Link)
  • McDonald P.J., There’s a bug in your head. in Klass, P., Real Life of a Pediatrician. Kaplan Publishing 2009, p 129-30.

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