Eileen Martin-Thormeyer, Ph.D.
Professor, Psychiatry, Neurology
Evaluate the independent and additive effects of drugs of abuse and HIV on neurocognitive function. Study populations include users of crack, opiates or club drugs.
- Gonzalez, R., Bechara, A., & Martin, EM. Executive functions among individuals with methamphetamine or alcohol as drugs of choice: Preliminary observations. J Clin Exp Neuropsychology 2007; 25:155-159.
- Martin EM, Nixon H, Pitrak DL, Weddington W, Rains NA, Nunnally G, Grbesic S, Gonzalez R, Jacobus J, Bechara A. Characteristics of prospective memory deficits in HIV-seropositive substance-dependent individuals: preliminary observations. J Clin Exp Neuropsychol. 2007 Jul;29(5):496-504.
- Gonzalez R, Jacobus J, Amatya AK, Quartana PJ, Vassileva J, Martin EM (. Deficits in complex motor functions, despite no evidence of procedural learning deficits, among HIV+ individuals with history of substance dependence. Neuropsychology, in press.