Education & Training
- Handen BL, Aman MG, Arnold LE, Hyman SL, Tumuluru MV, Lecavalier L, Corbett-Dick P, Pan X, Hollway JA, Buchan-Page KA, Silverman LB, Brown NV, Rice Jr, RR, Hellings J, Mruzek DW, McAuliffe-Bellin S, Hurt EA, Ryan MM, Levato L, Smith T. Atomoxetine, parent training, and their combination in children with autism spectrum and ADHD. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. 2015, 54, 905-915.
- Bearss K, Johnson C, Smith T, Lecavalier L, Swiezy N, Aman M, McAdam DB, Butter E, Stillitano C, Minshawi N, Sukhodolsky D, Mruzek DW, Turner K, Neal T, Hallett V, Mulick JA, Green B, Handen B, Deng Y, Dziura J, Scahill L. Effect of parent training versus parent education on behavioral problems in children with autism spectrum disorder: A randomized clinical trial. JAMA. 2015, 313,1524-1533.
- Anagnostou E, Aman MG, Handen BL, Sanders KB, Shui A, Hollway JA, Brian J, Arnold LE, Capano L, Hellings JA, Butter E, Mankad D, Tumuluru R, Kettel J, Newsom CR, Peleg N, Odrobina D, McAuliffe-Bellin S, Zakroysky P, Marler S, Wagner A, Wong T, Macklin EA, Veenstra-VanderWeele J. A randomized, placebo controlled trial of metformin for the treatment of overweight induced by antipsychotic medication in young people with ASD. JAMA Psychiatry. 2016, 73(9), 928-937.
- Hartley SL, Handen BL, Devenny DA, , Hardison R, Mihaila I, Price JC, Cohen AD, Klunk WE, Mailick MR, Johnson SC, Bradley T. Christian. Cognitive functioning in relation to the accumulation of brain -amyloid in healthy adults with Down syndrome. Brain, 2014, 137, 2556-2563. PMID:24993958.
- Handen B, Cohen A, Umapathy C, Bulova P, Cannon SA, Cohen WI, Mathis CA, Price JC, Klunk WE. Imaging brain amyloid in non-demented young adults with Down syndrome using PiB-PET. Alzheimer's & Dementia, 2012, 8, 496-501.
Study Looks at Alzheimer?s Biomarkers in Those with Down Syndrome Dr. Benjamin Handen will lead a new multicenter effort exploring the progression of Alzheimer?s-related biomarkers and cognitive/adaptive functioning in adults with Down syndrome with support from a five-year, $12.5 million grant from the National Institute on Aging. Dr. Handen will collaborate with Department of Psychiatry colleagues Drs. William Kl...
Promoted - Dr. Ben Handen
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine Promotes Dr. Benjamin Handen to Professor of Psychiatry The Department of Psychiatry is pleased to announce the promotion of Benjamin Handen, PhD to the rank of Professor of Psychiatry. Dr. Handen is a leader in the development of clinical services for children with autism and developmental disabilities, and an internationally recognized researcher in the field of autism...