Ryan Bogdan PhD
EDUCATION and TRAINING
1998 - 2002 Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CA B.S. 2002
2010 – Present Duke University, Durham, NC
Post Doctoral Fellow, Laboratory of NeuroGenetics
Advisor: Dr. Ahmad R. Hariri
2003 - 2010 Harvard University, Cambridge, MA PhD 2010
Affective Neuroscience Laboratory
Advisor: Dr. Diego A. Pizzagalli, PhD
2009 - 2010 University of Mississippi Medical School, Jackson MS
Advisor: Dr. Scott Coffey, PhD
University of Mississippi Research Award 2010
Eliot Dissertation Fellowship 2009-2010
Smadar Levin Award Honorable Mention (SRP) 2009
NRSAP Predoctoral Training Grant (T32) 2007-2009
Sackler Scholar in Psychobiology Fellowship 2006-2007
Wisconsin Emotion Symposium Fellow 2007
Karen Stone Fellowship Fund Recipient 2003-2006
Wisconsin Emotion Symposium Scholar 2006
Harvard University Graduate Student Fellowship 2003-2005
American Psychological Association Early Research Award Honorable Mention 2005
National Science Foundation Honorable Mention 2005
American Psychological Foundation COGDOP Scholarship Recipient 2005
Phi Beta Kappa Society 2003
Alpha Sigma Nu (National Jesuit Honor Society) 2002
Senior Award for Research, Santa Clara University 2002
Sigma Xi (Scientific Research Society) 2002
Psi Chi Psychology Honors Society 2001
National Society of Collegiate Scholars 2000
2. Pizzagalli DA, Dillon DG, Bogdan R, Holmes AJ. (in press).Reward and Punishment Processing in the Human Brain: Clues from Affective Neuroscience and Implications for Depression Research. In O. Vartanian & D.R. Mandel (Eds.), Neuroscience of Decision Making. NY, Psychology Press.
3. Holmes AJ, Bogdan R & Pizzagalli DA. (2010). Associations between serotonin transporter genotype and action monitoring: Dissociable reaction to errors and response conflict in the anterior cingulate cortex. Neuropsychopharmacology, 35, 1186-1197.
4. Dillon DG*, Bogdan R*, Fagerness J, Holmes AJ, Perlis RH & Pizzagalli DA. (2010). Variation in TREK1 gene linked to depression-resistant phenotype is associated with potentiated neural responses to reward in humans. Human Brain Mapping, 31, 210-221. *Authors made equal contributions.
5. Petersen T, Pava J, Buchin J, Matthews JD, Nierenberg AA, Holmes AJ, Bogdan R, Graves LM, Harley RM, Fava M. (2010). The role of cognitive-behavioral therapy and fluoxetine in prevention of recurrence of major depressive disorder. Cognitive Therapy and Research, 34, 13-23.
6. Pizzagalli DA, Holmes AJ, Dillon DG, Goetz EL, Birk JL, Bogdan R, Dougherty DD, Iosifescu DV, Rauch SL & Fava M. (2009). Reduced caudate and nucleus accumbens response to rewards in unmedicated subjects with major depressive disorder. American Journal of Psychiatry, 166, 702-710.
7. Santesso DL, Evins AE, Frank MJ, Cowman-Schetter EM, Bogdan R & Pizzagalli DA. (2009). Single dose of a dopamine agonist impairs reinforcement learning in humans: 2 Evidence from event-related potentials and computational modeling of striatal-cortical functioning. Human Brain Mapping, 30, 1963-1976.
8. Meyersburg CA, Bogdan R, Gallo DA & McNally RJ. (2009). False memory propensity in people reporting recovered memories of past lives. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 118, 399-404.
9. Bogdan R & Pizzagalli DA. (2009). The heritability of hedonic capacity and perceived stress: A twin study evaluation of candidate depressive phenotypes. Psychological Medicine, 39, 211-218.
10. Santesso DL, Dillon DG, Birk JL, Holmes AJ, Goetz E, Bogdan R & Pizzagalli DA. (2008). Individual differences in reinforcement learning: Behavioral, electrophysiological, and neuroimaging correlates. Neuroimage, 42, 807-816.
11. Santesso DL, Steele KT, Bogdan R, Holmes AJ, Deveney CM, Meites TM, Pizzagalli DA. (2008). Enhanced negative feedback responses in remitted depression. Neuroreport, 19, 1045-1048.
12. Dillon DG, Holmes A, Jahn AL, Bogdan R, Wald LL, & Pizzagalli DA (2008). Dissociation of neural regions associated with anticipatory versus consummatory phases of incentive processing. Psychophysiology, 45, 36-49.
13. Pizzagalli DA, Bogdan R, Ratner KG, & Jahn AL. (2007). Increased perceived stress is associated with blunted hedonic capacity: Potential implications for depression research. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 45, 2742-2753.
14. Petersen T, Feldman G, Harley R, Fresco D, Graves L, Holmes AJ, Bogdan R, Papakostas G, Bohn L, Lury RA, Fava M, Segal ZV. (2007). Extreme response style in recurrent and chronically depressed patients: Change with antidepressant administration and stability during continuation treatment. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 75, 145-153.
15. Bogdan R & Pizzagalli DA. (2006). Acute stress reduces reward responsiveness: Implications for depression. Biological Psychiatry, 60, 1147-1154.
16. Plante TG, Aldridge A, Su D, Bogdan R, Belo M, & Kahn K. (2003). Does virtual reality enhance the management of stress when paired with exercise? An exploratory study. International Journal of Stress Management, 10, 203-216.
17. Plante TG, Aldridge A, Bogdan R, & Hanelin C. (2003). Might virtual reality promote the mood benefits of exercise? Computers in Human Behavior, 19, 495-509.
18. Plante TG, Bogdan R, Kanani Z, Ferlic E, Babula M, & MacAskill E. (2003). Psychological benefits of exercising with another. Journal of Human Movement Studies, 44, 93-106.