Professional Journal Publications

Scientific & Medical Journal Publications
by Dr. Sherry-Ann Brown

24. Brown S, Marroush T, Ehlers S, Jouni H, Kullo I. Lifestyle Modification and Psychosocial Determinants Following Disclosure of Genetic Risk for Coronary Heart Disease. Journal of the American Heart Association; in press with corresponding embargoed news release, 2018/2019.
23. Brown S, Pereira N. Pharmacogenomic Impact of CYP2C19 Variation on Clopidogrel Therapy in Precision Cardiovascular Medicine. Journal of Personalized Medicine 2018; 8:8; doi:10.3390/jpm8010008.
22. Brown S, Jouni H, Kullo I. Electronic Health Record Access by Patients as an Indicator of Promoting Cardiovascular Health In Social Networks: Secondary Analysis of a Randomized Clinical Trial. In press, 2018/2019.
21. Brown S. Poetic Science: Bidirectional Reflection in Science and Medicine as Reflection. In press, The Permanente Journal, 2018/2019.
20. Brown S, Nhola L, Herrmann J. Cardiovascular Toxicities of Small Molecule TKIs: An Opportunity for SystemsBased Approaches. Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics 2017, doi 10.1002/cpt.552; published online 2 November 2016.
19. Brown S. Patient Similarity: Emerging Concepts in Systems and Precision Medicine. Frontiers in Physiology 2016; 7:561. doi: 10.3389/fphys.2016.00561.
18. Kullo I, Jouni H, Austin E, Brown S, Kruisselbrink T, Isseh I, Haddad R, Marroush T, Olson J, Broeckel U, Green R, Schaid R, Montori V, Bailey K. Incorporating a genetic risk score into coronary heart disease risk estimates: Effect on LDL cholesterol levels (the MIGENES clinical trial). Circulation 2016; 133:1181-1188.
17. Brown S, Jouni H, Marroush T, Kullo I. Effect of disclosure of genetic risk for coronary heart disease on information seeking and information sharing: the MI-GENES study. Circulation: Genomic and Precision Medicine 2017;10:e001613.
 
16. Brown S, Jouni H, Marroush T, Kullo I. Disclosing genetic risk for coronary heart disease: attitudes towards personal information in health records. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 2016, 10.1016/j.amepre.2016.11.005.
15. Jouni H, Haddad RA, Marroush TS, Brown SA, Kruisselbrink TM, Austin EE, Shameer K, Behnken EM, Chaudhry R, Montori VM, Kullo IJ. Shared Decision Making Following Disclosure of Coronary Heart Disease Genetic Risk: Results from a Randomized Clinical Trial. Journal of Investigative Medicine 2016, pii: jim-2016-000318. [Epub ahead of print].
 
14. Kattel S, Onyekwelu T, Brown S, Jouni H, Austin E, Kullo I. Motivation, Perception, and Treatment Beliefs in the Myocardial Infarction Genes (MI-GENES) Study: A Randomized Clinical Trial. J Genet Counsel 2017, DOI 10.1007/s10897-017-0092-9.
13. Brown S, Sandhu N, Herrmann J. Systems Biology Approaches to Adverse Drug Effects: The Example of CardioOncology. Nature Reviews Clinical Oncology 2015, doi:10.1038/nrclinonc.2015.168; published online 13 October 2015.
12. Brown S, Doolittle D, Bohanon C, Jayaraj A, Naidu S, Huettl E, Renfree K, Oderich G, Bjarnason H, Gloviczki P, Wysokinski W, McPhail I. Quadrilateral Space Syndrome: The Mayo Clinic Experience With A New Classification System & Case Series. Mayo Clin Proc. 2015 Mar;90(3):382-394.
11. Brown S. Creative expression of science through poetry and other media can enrich medical and science education. Front Neurol 2015 Jan; 22(6):3.
10. Brown S, Loew LM. Integration of modeling with experimental and clinical findings synthesizes and refines the central role of inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate receptor 1 in spinocerebellar ataxia. Front Neurosci 2015 Jan; 21(8):453.
9. Brown S, McCullough L, Loew LM. Computational neurobiology is a useful tool in translational neurology: the example of ataxia. Front Neurosci 2015 Jan; 21(9):1.
8. Brown S. Building SuperModels: emerging patient avatars for use in precision and systems medicine, in Research Topic ebook: The impact of systems medicine on human health and disease; Editors Adil Mardinoglu and Jens Nielsen. Front. Physiol. 6:318. doi:10.3389/fphys.2015.00318.
7. Brown S. Principles for developing patient avatars in precision and systems medicine. Front. Genet. 2015; 6:365. doi: 10.3389/fgene.2015.00365.
6. Brown S, Thompson C. Utility of the Anemia Index in Investigating the ‘3S’s’ of anemia. ACP Hospitalist 2015. http://www.acphospitalist.org/archives/2015/07/expert-analysis-anemia.htm.
5. Brown S, Dean P, Hickson L. Acute Renal Allograft Dysfunction Due to Cecal Volvulus: A Case Report. SpringerPlus, Nephrology Article Collection 2015; 4:445.
4. Tracy S, Brown S, Ratelle J, Bhagra A. Rare case of simultaneous enterococcal endocarditis and prosthetic joint infection. BMJ case reports 2016, doi:10.1136/bcr-2016-214369.
3. Brown S, Loew LM. Computational analysis of calcium signaling and membrane electrophysiology in cerebellar Purkinje neurons associated with ataxia. BMC Syst Biol. 2012 Jun 15;6:70.
2. Brown S, Moraru I, Schaff J, Loew LM. Virtual NEURON: a strategy for merged biochemical and electrophysiological modeling. J Comput Neurosci. 2011 Oct;31(2):385-400.
1. Brown S, Morgan F, Watras J, Loew LM. Analysis of Phosphatidylinositol-4,5-bisphosphate Signaling in Cerebellar Purkinje Spines. Biophys J. 2008 Aug;95(4):1795-812.
13. Brown S. Considering genomic variants for cardiovascular disease prediction. Heart 2016, published December 29 http://heart.bmj.com/letters/. Brown S. Genetic risk scores for coronary heart disease: the number and identity of variants matter. Circulation: Genomic and Precision Medicine 2016;9:578.
 
12. Brown S, Sandhu N. Proposing and meeting the need for interdisciplinary cardio-oncology subspecialty training. Journal of Cardiac Failure, 2016;22(11):934-935. Brown S. Mnemonics for Assessing and Addressing Spiritual Care Needs of the Caregiver. South Med J. 2015 Jan;108(1):67. 13.4.2 ABSTRACTS
 
11. Brown S, Kullo IJ. Impact of Disclosure of Genetic Risk for Coronary Heart Disease on Implementation of an Action Plan for Lifestyle Modification: The MI-GENES Study. Clinical Cardiology 2017 40(Suppl 1):4-15.
 
10. Brown S, Kullo IJ. A network-based approach to measuring the reported impact of disclosing genetic risk for coronary heart disease. JACC 2017 69(11):1807.
 
9. Brown S, Jouni H, Kullo IJ. Impact of Disclosure of Genetic Risk for Coronary Heart Disease on Physician Attitudes and Decision-Making: The MI-GENES Study. Circulation 2018;134:A15090.
 
8. Kattel S, Onyekwelu T, Brown S, Jouni H, Austin E, Kullo I. Abstract 16248: Attitudes Towards Genetic Testing and Genome Sequencing in the MI GENES Randomized Control Study. Circulation. 2018;134:A16248
 
7. Brown S, Kullo IJ. A network-based approach to behavior modification for the prevention of cardiovascular disease. Clinical Cardiology 2016 39(Suppl 1):4-18.
 
6. Brown S, Kullo IJ. Reclassification of atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease risk by a genetic risk score for coronary heart disease: The MI-GENES Study. Journal of the American Journal of Cardiology 2016 67(13S):1968.
5. Brown S, Jouni H, Austin E, Marroush T, Kullo I; MI-GENES Investigators. Effect of Disclosure of Genetic Risk for Coronary Heart Disease on Information Seeking and Information Sharing in a Randomized Clinical Trial (from the MIGENES Investigators). Circulation 2015 Nov; 132: A16508.
 
4.Kullo IJ, Jouni H, Isseh I, Austin E, Kruisselbrink T, Brown S, Green RC, Montori VM, Haddad R, Schaid D, Broeckel U, Bailey KR. The effect of disclosing genomic risk of coronary heart disease on low-density lipoprotein cholesterol levels: The myocardial infarction genes (MI-GENES) study. Circulation 2015 Nov; 132: 20980.
 
3. Le R, Brown S, Abou-Ezzedine O, Nelson D. Rapidly Rising Pressure to Make a Diagnosis. Chest 2014 Oct; 146 (4_MeetingAbstracts):349A.
 
2. Brown S. Poetic Science: Enriching the Biophysics and Systems Biology Experience. Biophys J 2013 Feb; 104(2):532a.
 
1. Brown S, Loew LM. Toward A Computational Model Of IP3R1-associated Ataxia. Biophys J 2009 Feb; 96(3):96a.
 
12. Brown S. Always Remember: A Letter to Medical Students, Interns, Residents, Fellows, and Junior Faculty, in Process: Reflections from the Path to Doctor, in production with University Press of New England, 2019.
11. Brown S. Somebody Tell Me; in press, The Oncologist 2018.
10. Brown S. I love the spine neck, in Poetic Science: Bidirectional Reflection in Science and Medicine as Reflection. In press, The Permanente Journal, 2018.
9. Brown S. A delicate dance, in Poetic Science: Bidirectional Reflection in Science and Medicine as Reflection. In press, The Permanente Journal, 2018.
8. Brown S. Ataxic Matchmaker, in Poetic Science: Bidirectional Reflection in Science and Medicine as Reflection. In press, The Permanente Journal, 2018.
7. Brown S. Coincident Incident, in Poetic Science: Bidirectional Reflection in Science and Medicine as Reflection. In press, The Permanente Journal, 2018.
6. Brown S. COTTAGE ART, in Principles for developing patient avatars in precision and systems medicine. Front. Genet. 2015; 6:365. doi: 10.3389/fgene.2015.00365.
5. Brown S. Morning Glory: A portrait of strength. Minn Med. 2014 Oct;97(10):56.
4. Brown S. Just One More Step. Minn Med. 2014 Oct;97(1):56.
3. Brown S. Our Cadaver. Minn Med. 2012 Dec;98(12):34.
2. Brown S. Anonymous (abridged version). Conn Medicine 2011 Aug;75(7):412.
1. Brown S. How will I dance? Generations 2010 June; 38(2):34.
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