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Cherise Rosen

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CONTACT INFORMATION

University of Illinois at Chicago
Department of Psychiatry
Neuropsychiatric Institute
912 S. Wood Street, (M/C 913)
Chicago, IL 60612

Office Phone: (312) 41355-5234
Office Fax: (312) 413-1036

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KEY PUBLICATIONS

Rosen C, Grossman LG, Harrow M, Faull B. Diagnostic and Prognostic Significance of Schnedierian First-Rank Symptoms: A 20 year Longitudinal Study of Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorder. June 2009. In Review 

Rosen, C,Batscha, C, Chase, K, & Mullner, R. The historical development and understanding of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) in Encyclopedia of Health Services Research. Sage Publications. 2009 

Rosen C, Marvin R, Reilly JL, DeLeon OA, Weiden PJ, Keedy SK, Harris MSH, Solare H, Sweeney JA. Phenomenology of Schizophrenia and Affective First Episode Psychosis. Schizophrenia Bulletin. 2009:35(1):13.

 Hill SK, Reilly JL, Harris MS, Rosen C, Marvin RW, DeLeon O, Sweeney JA.; A comparison of neuropsychological dysfunction in first-episode psychosis patients with unipolar depression, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research. May 2009.

Schneiderhan, M., Batscha, C., & Rosen, C. Results of point-of-care glucose testing and basic metabolic screening in outpatients on antipsychotic agents. Pharmacotherapy, 2009. 

Sharma RP, Gavin D, Rosen C, Grayson D. Histone Modifications (H3K9K14AC and H3K9ME2) in Schizophrenia: Evidence for an Excess of Restrictive Chromatin. Schizophrenia Bulletin. 2009:35(1):229.

Keedy SK, Rosen C, Khine T, Rajarethinam R, Janicak PG, Sweeney JA. An fMRI study of visual attention and sensorimotor function before and after antipsychotic treatment in first episode schizophrenia. Neuroimaging. 2008, 172, (1): 16-23. 

Rosen C, Grossman LS, Sharma RP, Bell CC, Mullner R, Dove HW. Subjective Evaluation of Research Participation by Persons with Mental illness. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disorder. May 2007, 195(5): 430-436.

Sharma RP, Rosen C, Kartan S, Guidotti A, Costa E, Grayson D, Chase K. Valproic acid and chromatin remodeling in schizophrenia and bipolar disorder: preliminary results from a clinical population. Schizophrenia Research, December 2006. 88(1-3): 227-231.

 

Cherise Rosen, PhD

Assistant Professor of Public Health in Psychiatry  Clinical Director of First Episode Psychosis Program Director of Behavioral Health Quality Management and Services Outcome Research

Dr. Rosen is a clinical therapist in the first episode program.  She provides comprehensive diagnostic evaluations, individual and family therapy, as well as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) group therapy to promote recovery and increase resilience. 

Interests:
Phenomenology in first episode psychosis; intervention during the initial onset of psychosis for patients and their family members; group psychotherapy; and Public Health policy development.

Projects:
State of Illinois Public Health Policy Agenda development, Toward a Healthy Future: A Policy Agenda to Promote the Health, Welfare, and Safety of Chicago Individuals, Families, and Communities, 2009; State of Illinois Advisory Council for Adult Services

 

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