Angela Mueller, PhD

Title(s)Affiliate, Psychiatry
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    As an Affiliate in the Psychiatry department at UCSF, my research interests have focused on investigating various aspects of brain function and structure and how they relate to healthy aging and to neuropsychiatric disorders. Through co-authoring several research publications, I have contributed to our understanding of the brain network architecture and its changes in the healthy aging brain, in substance use disorders and after traumatic brain injuries. Using advanced imaging techniques like magnetic resonance imaging, I have delved into topics such as which functional and structural brain features may predict relapse after recovery from substance abuse or cause attentional problems in adolescents after mild traumatic brain injury. My commitment to advancing neuroscience research drives me to explore new insights into brain function and its implications for mental health.

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    1. Substance-Specific and Shared Gray Matter Signatures in Alcohol, Opioid, and Polysubstance Use Disorder. Front Psychiatry. 2021; 12:795299. Muller AM, Pennington DL, Meyerhoff DJ. PMID: 35115969; PMCID: PMC8803650.
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    2. Longitudinal changes in brain parenchyma due to mild traumatic brain injury during the first year after injury. Brain Behav. 2021 12; 11(12):e2410. Muller AM, Panenka WJ, Lange RT, Iverson GL, Brubacher JR, Virji-Babul N. PMID: 34710284; PMCID: PMC8671787.
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    3. Frontocerebellar gray matter plasticity in alcohol use disorder linked to abstinence. Neuroimage Clin. 2021; 32:102788. Muller AM, Meyerhoff DJ. PMID: 34438322; PMCID: PMC8387922.
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    4. Brainstem Dysfunction in Healthy Aging. Neuroimage. 2021 09; 238:118241. Mueller SG, Muller AM. PMID: 34116149.
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    5. Myelin water fraction decrease in individuals with chronic mild traumatic brain injury and persistent symptoms. Heliyon. 2021 Apr; 7(4):e06709. Russell-Schulz B, Vavasour IM, Zhang J, MacKay AL, Purcell V, Muller AM, Brucar LR, Torres IJ, Panenka WJ, Virji-Babul N. PMID: 33898831; PMCID: PMC8056430.
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    6. Maladaptive brain organization at 1 month into abstinence as an indicator for future relapse in patients with alcohol use disorder. Eur J Neurosci. 2021 04; 53(8):2923-2938. Muller AM, Meyerhoff DJ. PMID: 33630358; PMCID: PMC8252378.
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    7. Does an Over-Connected Visual Cortex Undermine Efforts to Stay Sober After Treatment for Alcohol Use Disorder? Front Psychiatry. 2020; 11:536706. Muller AM, Meyerhoff DJ. PMID: 33362591; PMCID: PMC7758478.
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    8. Hub distribution of the brain functional networks of newborns prenatally exposed to maternal depression and SSRI antidepressants. Depress Anxiety. 2019 08; 36(8):753-765. Rotem-Kohavi N, Williams LJ, Muller AM, Abdi H, Virji-Babul N, Bjornson BH, Brain U, Werker JF, Grunau RE, Miller SP, Oberlander TF. PMID: 31066992.
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    9. Stuck in a State of Inattention? Functional Hyperconnectivity as an Indicator of Disturbed Intrinsic Brain Dynamics in Adolescents With Concussion: A Pilot Study. ASN Neuro. 2018 Jan-Dec; 10:1759091417753802. Muller AM, Virji-Babul N. PMID: 29357675; PMCID: PMC5784460.
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    10. Mesial temporal lobe epilepsy diminishes functional connectivity during emotion perception. Epilepsy Res. 2017 08; 134:33-40. Steiger BK, Muller AM, Spirig E, Toller G, Jokeit H. PMID: 28535409.
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    11. Small Changes, But Huge Impact? The Right Anterior Insula's Loss of Connection Strength during the Transition of Old to Very Old Age. Front Aging Neurosci. 2016; 8:86. Muller AM, Mérillat S, Jäncke L. PMID: 27242508; PMCID: PMC4861722.
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    12. Older but still fluent? Insights from the intrinsically active baseline configuration of the aging brain using a data driven graph-theoretical approach. Neuroimage. 2016 Feb 15; 127:346-362. Muller AM, Mérillat S, Jäncke L. PMID: 26721381.
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    13. Language in the brain at rest: new insights from resting state data and graph theoretical analysis. Front Hum Neurosci. 2014; 8:228. Muller AM, Meyer M. PMID: 24808843; PMCID: PMC4009443.
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