Education & Training
Selected Honors & Awards
- Ganguli M, Jia Y, Hughes TF, Snitz PE, Chang C-C H, Berman SB, Sullivan KJ, Kamboh MI. Mild cognitive impairment that does not progress to dementia. A population-based study. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 2019 67:232-238
- Ganguli M. Lee C-W, Hughes TF, Snitz BE, Jakubcak J, Duara R, Chang C-C H. Who wants a free brain scan? Assessing and correcting for recruitment biases in a population-based sMRI study. Brain Imaging and Behavior 2015;9:204-12. [PMID: 24573773]
- Ganguli M, Lee C-W, Snitz BE, Hughes TF, McDade EM, Chang C-C H. Rates and risk factors for progression to dementia vary by age in a population cohort. Neurology 2015, 84: 72-80. PMID 25471390.
- Ganguli M, Rodriguez EG, Mulsant BH, Richards S, Pandav R, Vander Bilt J, Dodge HH, Stoehr GP, Saxton JA, Morycz RK, Rubin RT, Farkas B, DeKosky ST. Detection and Management of Cognitive Impairment in Primary Care: the Steel Valley Seniors Survey. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 52: 1668-1675, 2004. [PMID 15450043]
- Ganguli M, Chandra V, Kamboh MI, Johnston JM, Dodge HH, Thelma BK, Juyal RC, Pandav R, Belle SH, DeKosky ST. APOE polymorphism and Alzheimers disease: the Indo-US Cross-National Dementia Study. Archives of Neurology, 57: 824-830, 2000. [PMID 10867779]
A Population-Based Study of How Diabetes, Blood Pressure and Body Mass Index Contribute to Late-Life Cognitive Decline
The delivery of effective medical and psychiatric treatments in later life can be complicated by the presence of multiple co-occurring conditions. Three such conditions—obesity, diabetes and dementia—co-occur in older adults more frequently than can be expected by chance. While studies have demonstrated that diabetes, high blood pressure and high body mass index in midlife predict dementia in late life, in late...
Mary Ganguli, MD Presented with AAGP Distinguished Scientist Award for her Outstanding Research Contributions
The American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry has presented Mary Ganguli, MBBS (MD), MPH, Professor of Psychiatry, Epidemiology, and Neurology, with the 2019 Distinguished Scientist Award during its annual meeting in Atlanta, Georgia on March 1st. Dr. Ganguli received the award in recognition of her many years of significant contributions to the field and her mentorship of successful junior researchers in the...
New Population Neuroscience of Aging & Alzheimer’s Disease Training Program Prepares Clinical Neuroepidemiological Investigators for the Future
The Graduate School of Public Health and the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Pittsburgh have launched a new T32 pre- and postdoctoral training program in Population Neuroscience of Aging & Alzheimer’s Disease funded by the National Institute on Aging. The program is codirected by Drs. Caterina Rosano, Professor of Epidemiology, and Mary Ganguli, MD, Professor of Psychiatry, Epidemiology, and Neurology...
Mary Ganguli, MD, MPH, Honored by Pitt Graduate School of Public Health with Distinguished Alumni Award for Research
Dr. Mary Ganguli, an expert on the epidemiology of late life psychiatric disorders, has been presented with the 2017 Distinguished Alumni Award for Research by the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health. The award honors Dr. Ganguli's significant scientific contributions and impact on the field of neurocognitive disorders. Dr. Ganguli obtained her medical degree from the Christian Medical College...