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Dr. Arun Bokde

Associate Professor (Psychiatry)
LLOYD INSTITUTE

Associate Professor (School Office - Medicine)

Associate Professor (Trinity Inst. of Neurosciences (TCIN))


Arun Bokde is Assistant Professor in Neuroimaging in the Discipline of Psychiatry, School of Medicine, at Trinity College Dublin. He leads the Cognitive Systems Group, is a principal investigator in the Trinity College Institute of Neuroscience (TCIN), and a member of the Global Brain Health Institute (GBHI). His initial appointment at Trinity College Dubiln was as SFI Stokes Lecturer in Biostatistical Imaging. Arun Bokde is member of two large European neuroimaging: the European DTI Study on Dementia (EDSD) and IMAGEN, a study of high-risk behaviors and mental disorders in adolescence. Before coming to Trinity College Dublin he was a Research Scientist at Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich, Germany; and previously he was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the National Institute on Aging and at the National Institute of Mental Health, both at the National Institutes of Health (USA). His first post-doctoral position was at Nothwestern University (USA). He obtained his PhD degree at the University of Texas at Austin. He has published widely on the risk factors that lead to the development of mental health disorders in young and older populations.
  Age related diseases   Ageing, memory and other cognitive processes   Ageing, stroke, dementia   Alzheimer's disease   Biostatistical methods   Development, prevention and treatment of mental disease or disorder   Human Learning and Memory   Imaging Techniques   Imaging, image processing   Neurodegeneration   Neurogenetics   Neuropharmacology   Neuropsychology   Psychiatry   Vision
 Effects of Brain Training in Older Healthy Subjects
 The application of magnetic resonance imaging to the study of memory processes in young and older healthy adults, and older adults with mild cognitive impairment.
 Neuronal Coordination
 Exist-Seed: Software development for measurement of the effects of cultural influences through functional magnetic resonance imaging
 Diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease using machine learning algorithms

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Dementia and Neurodegeneration Network Ireland (DNNI) Multidisciplinary Consensus Panel since 2017
Reviewer for scientific journals and grant applications. since 2000
2015 Discover Science Night. 25-Sep-2015
2014 Discover Science Night. 26-Sep-2014
Co-Lead of Organizing Committee for workshop 'Neuroimaging in Dementia' May 2013
Co-Lead of Organizing Committee for workshop 'Application of neuroimaging in Alzheimer's disease' July 2013
Co-Lead of Organizing Committee for workshop 'Application of neuroimaging in Alzheimer's disease' September 2013
Co-Lead of Organizing Committee for workshop 'Introduction to theory and application of neuroimaging' September 2014
Co-Lead of Organizing Committee for workshop 'Neuroimaging - Theory and Practical Course' June 2015
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Society of Neuroscience (USA) 1998
German Society for Neuroscience 2001
Organization of Human Brain Mapping 2002
Neuroscience Ireland 2014
Brislin, S.J. and Patrick, C.J. and Flor, H. and Nees, F. and Heinrich, A. and Drislane, L.E. and Yancey, J.R. and Banaschewski, T. and Bokde, A.L.W. and Bromberg, U. and BÃ"chel, C. and Quinlan, E.B. and DesriviÃ"res, S. and Frouin, V. and Garavan, H. and Gowland, P. and Heinz, A. and Ittermann, B. and Martinot, J.-L. and Martinot, M.-L.P. and Papadopoulos Orfanos, D. and Poustka, L. and Fröhner, J.H. and Smolka, M.N. and Walter, H. and Whelan, R. and Conrod, P. and Stringaris, A. and Struve, M. and van Noort, B. and Grimmer, Y. and Fadai, T. and Schumann, G. and Foell, J., Extending the Construct Network of Trait Disinhibition to the Neuroimaging Domain: Validation of a Bridging Scale for Use in the European IMAGEN Project, Assessment, 2019, 567-581 , Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Orr C, Spechler P, Cao Z, Albaugh M, Chaarani B, Mackey S, D'Souza D, Allgaier N, Banaschewski T, Bokde ALW, Bromberg U, Büchel C, Burke Quinlan E, Conrod P, Desrivières S, Flor H, Frouin V, Gowland P, Heinz A, Ittermann B, Martinot JL, Paillère Martinot ML, Nees F, Papadopoulos Orfanos D, Paus T, Poustka L, Millenet S, Fröhner JH, Radhakrishnan R, Smolka MN, Walter H, Whelan R, Schumann G, Potter A, Garavan H., Grey Matter Volume Differences Associated with Extremely Low Levels of Cannabis Use in Adolescence., The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience, 2019, p3375-17 , Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Cao Z, Bennett M, Orr C, Icke I, Banaschewski T, Barker GJ, Bokde ALW, Bromberg U, Büchel C, Quinlan EB, Desrivières S, Flor H, Frouin V, Garavan H, Gowland P, Heinz A, Ittermann B, Martinot JL, Nees F, Orfanos DP, Paus T, Poustka L, Hohmann S, Fröhner JH, Smolka MN, Walter H, Schumann G, Whelan R, IMAGEN Consortium., Mapping adolescent reward anticipation, receipt, and prediction error during the monetary incentive delay task., Human brain mapping, 40, (1), 2019, p262-283 , Journal Article, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text  DOI
Ernst, M. and Benson, B. and Artiges, E. and Gorka, A.X. and Lemaitre, H. and Lago, T. and Miranda, R. and Banaschewski, T. and Bokde, A.L.W. and Bromberg, U. and BrÃ"hl, R. and BÃ"chel, C. and Cattrell, A. and Conrod, P. and DesriviÃ"res, S. and Fadai, T. and Flor, H. and Grigis, A. and Gallinat, J. and Garavan, H. and Gowland, P. and Grimmer, Y. and Heinz, A. and Kappel, V. and Nees, F. and Papadopoulos-Orfanos, D. and PenttilÃ", J. and Poustka, L. and Smolka, M.N. and Stringaris, A. and Struve, M. and van Noort, B.M. and Walter, H. and Whelan, R. and Schumann, G. and Grillon, C. and Martinot, M.-L.P. and Martinot, J.-L. and Dalley, J. and Subramaniam, N. and Theobald, D. and Bach, C. and Barker, G.J. and Fauth-BÃ"hler, M. and Millenet, S. and Spanagel, R. and Albrecht, L. and Ivanov, N. and Rapp, M. and Reuter, J. and Strache, N. and Ströhle, A. and Poline, J.B. and Schwartz, Y. and Thyreau, B. and Ireland, J. and Rogers, J. and Bordas, N. and Bricaud, Z. and Filippi, I. and Galinowski, A. and Gollier-Briant, F. and Hall, D. and Havatzias, S. and Jia, T. and Mallik, C. and Nymberg, C. and Ruggeri, B. and Smith, L. and Stueber, K. and Topper, L. and Werts, H. and BrÃ"hl, R. and Ihlenfeld, A. and Walaszek, B. and HÃ"bner, T. and MÃ"ller, K. and Paus, T. and Ripke, S. and Mennigen, E. and Schmidt, D. and Vetter, N.C. and Ziesch, V. and Carter, D. and Connolly, C. and Nugent, S. and Jones, J. and Yacubian, J. and Schneider, S. and Head, K. and Heym, N. and Newman, C. and Pausova, Z. and Tahmasebi, A. and Stephens, D., Pubertal maturation and sex effects on the default-mode network connectivity implicated in mood dysregulation, Translational Psychiatry, 9, (1), 2019, p103-, Notes: [cited By 1], Journal Article, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text  DOI
Albaugh, M.D. and Hudziak, J.J. and Ing, A. and Chaarani, B. and Barker, E. and Jia, T. and Lemaitre, H. and Watts, R. and Orr, C. and Spechler, P.A. and Lepage, C. and Fonov, V. and Collins, L. and Rioux, P. and Evans, A.C. and Banaschewski, T. and Bokde, A.L.W. and Bromberg, U. and BÃŒchel, C. and Quinlan, E.B. and DesriviÚres, S. and Flor, H. and Frouin, V. and Gowland, P. and Heinz, A. and Ittermann, B. and Martinot, J.-L. and Nees, F. and Orfanos, D.P. and Paus, T. and Poustka, L. and Fröhner, J.H. and Smolka, M.N. and Walter, H. and Whelan, R. and Schumann, G. and Garavan, H. and Potter, A., White matter microstructure is associated with hyperactive/inattentive symptomatology and polygenic risk for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder in a population-based sample of adolescents, Neuropsychopharmacology, 44, (9), 2019, p1597-1603 , Notes: [cited By 1], Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Chaarani, B. and Kan, K.-J. and Mackey, S. and Spechler, P.A. and Potter, A. and Orr, C. and D'Alberto, N. and Hudson, K.E. and Banaschewski, T. and Bokde, A.L.W. and Bromberg, U. and BÃŒchel, C. and Cattrell, A. and Conrod, P.J. and DesriviÚres, S. and Flor, H. and Frouin, V. and Gallinat, J. and Gowland, P. and Heinz, A. and Ittermann, B. and Martinot, J.-L. and Nees, F. and Papadopoulos-Orfanos, D. and Paus, T. and Poustka, L. and Smolka, M.N. and Walter, H. and Whelan, R. and Higgins, S.T. and Schumann, G. and Althoff, R.R. and Stein, E.A. and Garavan, H. and Mann, K. and Struve, M. and Rietschel, M. and Spanagel, R. and Fauth-BÃŒhler, M. and Millenet, S. and Grimmer, Y. and Ivanov, N. and Strache, N. and Rapp, M. and Ströhle, A. and Reuter, J. and Barbot, A. and Thyreau, B. and Schwartz, Y. and Lalanne, C. and Bricaud, Z. and Briand, F.G. and Lemaitre, H. and Massicotte, J. and Vulser, H. and PentillÀ, J. and Galinowski, A. and Jia, T. and Werts, H. and Topper, L. and Reed, L. and Andrew, C. and Mallik, C. and Ruggeri, B. and Nymberg, C. and Smith, L. and Loth, E. and Havatzias, S. and Stueber, K. and Stringaris, A. and Constant, P. and BrÃŒhl, R. and Ihlenfeld, A. and Walaszek, B. and HÃŒbner, T. and MÃŒller, K. and Ripke, S. and Rodehacke, S. and Mennigen, E. and Schmidt, D. and Vetter, N. and Ziesch, V. and Jones, J. and Poline, J.-B. and Fadai, T. and Yacubian, J. and Schneider, S. and Lawrence, C. and Newman, C. and Head, K. and Heym, N. and Pausova, Z. and Tahmasebi, A., Low Smoking Exposure, the Adolescent Brain, and the Modulating Role of CHRNA5 Polymorphisms, Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging, 4, (7), 2019, p672-679 , Notes: [cited By 0], Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Chiesa, P.A. and Cavedo, E. and Vergallo, A. and Lista, S. and Potier, M.-C. and Habert, M.-O. and Dubois, B. and Thiebaut de Schotten, M. and Hampel, H. and Bakardjian, H. and Benali, H. and Bertin, H. and Bonheur, J. and Boukadida, L. and Boukerrou, N. and Chiesa, P. and Colliot, O. and Dubois, M. and Epelbaum, S. and Gagliardi, G. and Genthon, R. and Houot, M. and Kas, A. and Lamari, F. and Levy, M. and Metzinger, C. and Mochel, F. and Nyasse, F. and Poisson, C. and Revillon, M. and Santos, A. and Andrade, K.S. and Sole, M. and Surtee, M. and de Schotten, M.T. and Younsi, N. and Afshar, M. and Aguilar, L.F. and Akman-Anderson, L. and Arenas, J. and Avila, J. and Babiloni, C. and Baldacci, F. and Batrla, R. and Benda, N. and Black, K.L. and Bokde, A.L.W. and Bonuccelli, U. and Broich, K. and Cacciola, F. and Caraci, F. and Castrillo, J. and Ceravolo, R. and Corvol, J.-C. and Cuello, A.C. and Cummings, J.L. and Depypere, H. and Duggento, A. and Emanuele, E. and Escott-Price, V. and Federoff, H. and Ferretti, M.T. and Fiandaca, M. and Frank, R.A. and Garaci, F. and Geerts, H. and Giorgi, F.S. and Goetzl, E.J. and Graziani, M. and Haberkamp, M. and Herholz, K. and Hernandez, F. and Kapogiannis, D. and Karran, E. and Kiddle, S.J. and Kim, S.H. and Koronyo, Y. and Koronyo-Hamaoui, M. and Langevin, T. and Lehéricy, S. and Lucía, A. and Lorenceau, J. and Mango, D. and Mapstone, M. and Neri, C. and Nisticó, R. and O'Bryant, S.E. and Palermo, G. and Perry, G. and Ritchie, C. and Rossi, S. and Saidi, A. and Santarnecchi, E. and Schneider, L.S. and Sporns, O. and Toschi, N. and Verdooner, S.R. and Villain, N. and Welikovitch, L.A. and Woodcock, J. and Younesi, E., Differential default mode network trajectories in asymptomatic individuals at risk for Alzheimer's disease, Alzheimer's and Dementia, 15, (7), 2019, p940-950 , Notes: [cited By 0], Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Bartholdy, S. and O'Daly, O.G. and Campbell, I.C. and Banaschewski, T. and Barker, G. and Bokde, A.L.W. and Bromberg, U. and BÃŒchel, C. and Quinlan, E.B. and DesriviÚres, S. and Flor, H. and Frouin, V. and Garavan, H. and Gowland, P. and Heinz, A. and Ittermann, B. and Martinot, J.-L. and PaillÚre Martinot, M.-L. and Nees, F. and Orfanos, D.P. and Poustka, L. and Hohmann, S. and Fröhner, J.H. and Smolka, M.N. and Walter, H. and Whelan, R. and Schumann, G. and Schmidt, U. and Rapp, M. and Artiges, E. and Schneider, S. and Bach, C. and Paus, T. and Barbot, A. and Gareth Barker and Bokde, A. and Vetter, N. and Cattrell, A. and Constant, P. and Crombag, H. and Czech, K. and Dalley, J. and Decideur, B. and Spranger, T. and Ripley, T. and Heym, N. and Sommer, W. and Fuchs, B. and Gallinat, J. and Spanagel, R. and Kaviani, M. and Heinrichs, B. and Andreas Heinz and Subramaniam, N. and Jia, T. and Ihlenfeld, A. and Ireland, J. and Conrod, P. and Jones, J. and Klaassen, A. and Lalanne, C. and Lanzerath, D. and Lawrence, C. and Lemaitre, H. and Desrivieres, S. and Mallik, C. and Karl Mann and Mar, A. and Martinez-Medina, L. and Jean-Luc Martinot and Mennigen, E. and Mesquita de Carvahlo, F. and Schwartz, Y. and Bruehl, R. and MÃŒller, K. and Nymberg, C. and Lathrop, M. and Trevor Robbins and Pausova, Z. and Jani Pentilla and Biondo, F. and Jean-Baptiste Poline and Millenet, S. and Michael Smolka and Fröhner, J. and Struve, M. and Steve Williams and HÃŒbner, T. and Aydin, S. and Rogers, J. and Romanowski, A. and SchmÀl, C. and Schmidt, D. and Ripke, S. and Arroyo, M. and Schubert, F. and Pena-Oliver, Y. and Fauth-BÃŒhler, M. and Mignon, X. and Speiser, C. and Fadai, T. and Dai Stephens and Ströhle, A. and Paillere, M.-L. and Strache, N. and Theobald, D. and Jurk, S. and Vulser, H. and Miranda, R. and Yacubian, J. and Genauck, A. and Parchetka, C. and Gemmeke, I. and Kruschwitz, J. and Weià , K. and Feng, J. and Papadopoulos, D. and Filippi, I. and Ing, A. and Ruggeri, B. and Xu, B. and Macare, C. and Chu, C. and Hanratty, E. and Burke Quinlan, E. and Robert, G. and Yu, T. and Ziesch, V. and Stedman, A., Neural Correlates of Failed Inhibitory Control as an Early Marker of Disordered Eating in Adolescents, Biological Psychiatry, 85, (11), 2019, p956-965 , Notes: [cited By 0], Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Vergallo, A. and Mégret, L. and Lista, S. and Cavedo, E. and Zetterberg, H. and Blennow, K. and Vanmechelen, E. and De Vos, A. and Habert, M.-O. and Potier, M.-C. and Dubois, B. and Neri, C. and Hampel, H. and Bakardjian, H. and Benali, H. and Bertin, H. and Bonheur, J. and Boukadida, L. and Boukerrou, N. and Cavedo, E. and Chiesa, P. and Colliot, O. and Dubois, B. and Dubois, M. and Epelbaum, S. and Gagliardi, G. and Genthon, R. and Habert, M.O. and Hampel, H. and Houot, M. and Kas, A. and Lamari, F. and Levy, M. and Lista, S. and Metzinger, C. and Mochel, F. and Nyasse, F. and Poisson, C. and Revillon, M. and Santos, A. and Andrade, K.S. and Sole, M. and Surtee, M. and de Schotten M, T. and Vergallo, A. and Younsi, N. and Aguilar, L.F. and Babiloni, C. and Baldacci, F. and Benda, N. and Black, K.L. and Bokde, A.L.W. and Bonuccelli, U. and Broich, K. and Cacciola, F. and Castrillo, J. and Ceravolo, R. and Chiesa, P.A. and Corvol, J.-C. and Cuello, A.C. and Cummings, J.L. and Depypere, H. and Duggento, A. and Escott-Price, V. and Federoff, H. and Ferretti, M.T. and Fiandaca, M. and Frank, R.A. and Garaci, F. and Geerts, H. and Giorgi, F.S. and Graziani, M. and Haberkamp, M. and Herholz, K. and Karran, E. and Kim, S.H. and Koronyo, Y. and Koronyo-Hamaoui, M. and Lamari, F. and Langevin, T. and Lehéricy, S. and Lorenceau, J. and Mango, D. and Mapstone, M. and Nisticò, R. and O'Bryant, S.E. and Perry, G. and Ritchie, C. and Rossi, S. and Saidi, A. and Santarnecchi, E. and Schneider, L.S. and Sporns, O. and Toschi, N. and Verdooner, S.R. and Villain, N. and Welikovitch, L.A. and Woodcock, J. and Younesi, E., Plasma amyloid β 40/42 ratio predicts cerebral amyloidosis in cognitively normal individuals at risk for Alzheimer's disease, Alzheimer's and Dementia, 15, (6), 2019, p764-775 , Notes: [cited By 1], Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
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Sigma Gamma Tau, Member 1987
Arun Bokde investigates how large-scale brain networks function and how they are associated with both normal cognition, such as memory and attention, and breakdowns that lead to brain disorders. There are two populations of interest, young people and older people. Bokde uses functional magnetic resonance imaging to measure brain activation during visual perceptual tasks, as well as working memory tasks in persons with mild cognitive impairment, patients with Alzheimer's disease (AD), and healthy participants. These studies provide an understanding of how disease affects not only memory networks, but also perceptual processes in the brain. Recent findings were the basis of a new approach to testing AD-related drugs. In addition, Bokde has investigated the structural integrity of brain networks using diffusion imaging in combination with tractography in the limbic system, a network associated with memory function and profoundly affected in patients with AD. Bokde has also led an international project to develop training resources for the application of neuroimaging to the diagnostic process of AD patients, as well as developing resources for patients and their families to gain a better understanding of the disease. Bokde is co-PI (Ireland) for the the IMAGEN study, which is the first multicentre functional and structural genetic-neuroimaging study of a cohort of 2000 +14 year old adolescents. Cognitive, behavioural, clinical and neuroimaging data from the adolescents and their families and teachers have been gathered and the participants have been followed-up for 9 years - the third follow-up investigation is on-going. Bokde is investigating how stress modulates the development of brain networks, both within the thin cortical grey matter layer and the white matter regions that contain the 'cables' of the brain networks. The studies have been until now cross-sectional in nature and with new longitudinal data Bokde will start investigation of the interaction among stress, biological and genetic factors contributing to mental health disorders. He has close, long-standing collaborations with clinicians at St James's Hospital, Tallaght Hospital, and St Patrick's University Hospital. The collaborations enhance the communication and translation of research into the clinical context as well as feedback into research activities.