Graduate of the University of Iowa and the University of San Jose. Completed fellowships in Epidemiology and Genetics at Iowa and Harvard with post graduate work at Oxford University. Holds both MD and PhD degrees. Certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. Subspecialty in Behavioral Neurology. Primary interests are neuropsychiatric research and descriptive pathology. The contributions of genetic variation to behavior are main areas of study. Has a long record of external funding for research on neurochemistry. Currently conducting work on the effect of genetic variations in netrin isoforms and their function as axon guidance factors. Also working on understanding the effects of various neurochemicals on glial cells. Works as a national leader in descriptive pathology. Lectures on genetic contributions to behavioral syndromes to audiences in America and Europe.
World Psychiatry 20(2): 303-304
Zisook S, Mohamad S, Johnson G, Tal I, Villarreal G, Wilcox JA, Shear KM
Depress Anxiety 38(2): 185-195
Zisook S, Johnson GR, Hicks P, Chen P, Beresford T, Michalets JP, Rao S, Thase ME, Wilcox J, Sevilimedu V, Mohamed S
(2020 Jun 23)
J Clin Psychiatry 81(4):
Mohamed S, Johnson GR, Sevilimedu V, Rao SD, Hicks PB, Chen P, Lauro K, Jurjus G, Pilkinton P, Davis L, Wilcox JA, Iranmanesh A, Sapra M, Aslam M, Michalets J, Thase M, Zisook S, CSP#576 VAST-D Investigators.
Behav Sleep Med 18(6): 809-819
Haynes PL, Skobic I, Epstein DR, Emert S, Parthasarathy S, Perkins S, Wilcox J
J Spinal Cord Med 41(5): 529-543
Hayes SC, James Wilcox CR, Forbes White HS, Vanicek N
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