Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences
Division of Medical Psychology
Dr. Browndyke is dual trained in cognitive neuroscience/neuroimaging and clinical neuropsychology. Recent research collaborations involve structural/functional neuroimaging connectivity techniques to assist in dementia diagnosis; characterization of cardiac post-operative cognitive decline; and imaging biomarkers of late-life genetic risk for dementia. In addition, Dr. Browndyke has ongoing forensic practice at the Durham VA Medical Center and has published on the neuroanatomical bases of memory errors, deception and malingering.
Postdoctoral Fellow, Brown University Medical School, Geriatric Neuropsychology & Cognitive Neuroscience, 2000-2003
PhD, Medical/Clinical Psychology, Louisiana State University, 2001
MA, Medical/Clinical Psychology, Louisiana State University, 1997
BS, Psychology/Biology, University of Memphis, 1992
Browndyke, JN., Giovanello, K., Petrella, J., Hayden, K., Chiba-Falek, O., Tucker, K., Burke, JR., & Welsh-Bohmer, KA. (2012). Phenotypic regional fMRI activation patterns during memory encoding in MCI and AD. Alzheimers & Dementia, Jul 28. [Epub ahead of print].
Wee, CY., Yap, PT., Zhang, D., Denny, K., Browndyke, JN., Potter, GG., Welsh-Bohmer, KA., Wang, L., & Shen, D. (2012). Identification of MCI individuals using structural and functional connectivity networks. Neuroimage, 59(3), 2045-56.
Dennis, N.A., Browndyke, J.N., Stokes, J., Need, A., Burke, J.R., Welsh-Bohmer, K.A., & Cabeza, R. (2010). Temporal lobe functional activity and connectivity in young adult APOE e4 carriers. Alzheimers & Dementia 6(4):303-11.
Browndyke, J.N., Paskavitz, J., Sweet, L., Tucker, K.A., Cohen, R.A., Welsh-Bohmer, K.A., Burke, J.R., & Schmechel, D.E. (2008). Neuroanatomical correlates of malingered memory impairment: Event-related fMRI of deception on a recognition memory task. Brain Injury, 22(6), 481-9.