Sleep Publications       

Winer, J., Deters, K., Kennedy, G., Jin, M., Goldstein-Piekarski, A., Poston, K, Mormino, E. (2021). Short and long sleep duration associations with amyloid burden and cognition in aging. JAMA Neurology.

Winer, J., Morehouse, A., Fenton, L., Ayangma, L., Reed, M., Kumar, S., Harrison, T., Baker, S., Jagust, W., Walker, M. (2021). Tau and β-amyloid burden predict actigraphy-measured and self-reported impairment and misperception of human sleep. Journal of Neuroscience.

Winer, J., Mander, B., Kumar, S., Reed, M., Baker, S., Jagust, W., Walker, M. (2020). Sleep disturbance forecasts β-amyloid accumulation across subsequent years. Current Biology, 30, 1-8.

Winer, J., Mander, B., Helfrich, R., Maass, A., Harrison, T., Baker, S., Knight, R., Jagust, W., Walker, M. (2019). Sleep as a potential biomarker of tau and β-amyloid burden in the human brain. Journal of Neuroscience, 39(32), 6315-6324.

Winer J., Mander B. (2018). Waking up to the importance of sleep in the pathogenesis of Alzheimer disease. JAMA Neurology, 75(6), 654-656.

Mander, B., Winer, J., & Walker, M. (2017). A restless night makes for a rising tide of amyloid. Brain, 140(8), 2066-2069.

Mander, B., Winer, J., & Walker, M. (2017). Sleep and Human Aging. Neuron, 94(1), 19-36.

Mander, B., Winer, J., Jagust, W., & Walker, M. (2016). Sleep: A Novel Mechanistic Pathway, Biomarker, and Treatment Target in the Pathology of Alzheimer's Disease? Trends in Neurosciences, 39(8),552-566.

Other Publications

Winer J., Maass A., Pressman P., Stiver J., Schonhaut D., Baker S., Kramer J., Rabinovici G., Jagust W. (2018). Associations between tau, β-amyloid, and cognition in Parkinson disease. JAMA Neurology, 75(2), 227-235.

Schonhaut, D., McMillan, C., Spina, S., Dickerson, B., Siderowf, A., Devous, M., Tsai, R., Winer, J., Russell, D., Litvan, I., Roberson, E., Seeley, W., Grinberg, L., Kramer, J., Pressman, P., Nasrallah, I., Baker, S., Gomperts, S., Johnson, K., Grossman, M., Jagust, W., Boxer, A., & Rabinovici, G. (2017). Multicenter 18F-flortaucipir PET in progressive supranuclear palsy. Annals of Neurology82(4), 622-634.

Lockhart, S., Ayakta, N., Winer, J., La Joie, R., Rabinovici, G., & Jagust, W. (2017). Elevated 18F-AV-1451 PET tracer uptake detected in incidental imaging findings. Neurology88(11). 1095-1097.

Kim, H., Kim, J., Possin, K., Winer, J., Geschwind, M., Xu, D., & Hess, C. (2017). Surface-based morphometry reveals caudate subnuclear structural damage in patients with premotor Huntington disease. Brain Imaging and Behavior11, 1365–1372.