jay ginsberg

Jack Ginsberg, Ph.D.
Adjunct Faculty
Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Research Health
Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Research Health Scientist,
Basic Science Research Assistant Professor (Dorn VA Medical Center)
Clinical Assistant Professor (Dept. Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience)
Shirley L. Buchanan Neuroscience Laboratory,
Dorn VA Medical Center
Training
Postdoctoral: William. S. Hall Psychiatric Institute, Columbia, SC (internship in clinical Psychology)
Ph.D. The University of Memphis (Neuropsychology Training Program, Division of Clinical Psychology).
Contact Information:
Phone: 803-776-4000 x 6634
E-mail: jay.ginsberg@va.gov
Website

Research Focus:

Physiological effects of traumatic stress on cognition

Psychiatric Neuropsychology

Recent Publications

Pubmed Link
  • Ginsberg, J.P., & Foster, D. (2016). Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. In G. Tan, F. Shaffer, R. Lyle, & I. Teo (eds). Evidence-based practice in biofeedback and neurofeedback, 3rd ed. Wheat Ridge, CO: AAPB (pp. 109-112)
  • Freed, M.C., Novak, L.A., Killgore, W.D.S., Rauch, S., Koehlmoos, T.P., Ginsberg, J.P., Krupnick, J.K., Rizzo, A., Andrews, A., Engel, C.C. (2016). IRB and research regulatory delays within the military healthcare setting: do they really matter? And if so, why and for whom? American Journal of Bioethics 16,8 (30-37). http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15265161.2016.1187212
  • Ginsberg, JP. (2016). Editorial: Dysregulation of Autonomic Cardiac Control by Traumatic Stress and Anxiety. Frontiers in Psychology for Clinical Settings. http://journal.frontiersin.org/ResearchTopic/2443
  • Ginsberg, JP & Nagpal, ML. (2016). “Disruption of Bradycardia during Vigilance: Autonomic Cardiac Dysregulation is Prelude to Disinhibition, Hyper-arousal, and Attention Bias in Combat Veterans with PTSD” In G. El-Baalkaki & C. Fortin (eds). A Multidimensional Approach to Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder - from Theory to Practice, ISBN 978-953-51-2729-1 (online). http://www.intechopen.com/articles/show/title/disruption-of-bradycardia-during-vigilance-autonomic-cardiac-dysregulation-is-prelude-to-disinhibiti.
  • Bam, M., Yang, X., Zumbrun, E.E., Zhong, Y., Zhou, J., Ginsberg, J.P. Leyden, Q., Nagarkatti, P.S., & Nagarkatti, M. Dysregulated immune system networks in war veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder is an outcome of altered miRNA expression and DNA methylation. (2016). Scientific Reports 6, 1-13. doi:10.1038/srep31209
  • Ginsberg, JP (ed.) (2016). Dysregulation of Autonomic Cardiac Control by Traumatic Stress and Anxiety. Frontiers in Psychology for Clinical Settings (ebook - Research Topic Special Issue, JP Ginsberg, Editor). http://journal.frontiersin.org/ResearchTopic/2443
  • Gharbo, R, & Ginsberg, JP. (2016). Heart Rate Variability, Chronic Pain, and Rehabilitating the Autonomic Nervous System. The Pain Practitioner 26,5 (17-18).