Kocerha J, Dwivedi Y, Brennand KJ. Noncoding RNAs and neurobehavioral mechanisms in psychiatric disease. Molecular Psychiatry, 2015 (in press)
Dr. Yogesh Dwivedi authored a book chapter “microRNA Function and Dysregulation in Depression and Suicide” in Suicide Phenomenology and Neurobiology, Edited by: Keri Cannon and Thomas Hudzik. Publisher: Springer, 2014 (ISBN: 978-3-313-09964-4).
Petrov, M.E. Clark,C.B., Molzof, H.E., Johnson, R.L., Cropsey, K.L., and Gamble, K.L. (2014). Petrov, M.E. Clark,C.B., Molzof, H.E., Johnson, R.L., Cropsey, K.L., and Gamble, K.L. (2014). Sleep Strategies of Night Shift Nurses on Days Off: Which Ones are Best? Front Neurol, in press., in press.
Lucas EK, Reid CS, McMeekin LJ, Dougherty SE, Floyd CL, Cowell RM. Cerebellar transcriptional alterations with Purkinje cell dysfunction and loss in mice lacking PGC-1α. Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience. In press.
Hutcheson N. L., Sreenivasan K. R., Deshpande G., Hadley J., Reid M. A., White D. M., Ver Hoef L., Lahti A. C. Effective connectivity during episodic memory retrieval in schizophrenia participants before and after antipsychotic medication. Human Brain Mapping, In Press.   
Serafini G, Hayley S, Dwivedi Y. Hippocampal neurogenesis, neurotrophic factors, and depression: possible therapeutic targets? CNS Neurol Disord Drug Targets (in press) 
Warmus B, Sekar D, McCutchen E,  Schellenberg G, Roberts R, McMahon L, Roberson E. Tau-mediated NMDA Receptor Impairment Underlies Dysfunction of a Selectively Vulnerable Network in a Mouse Model of Frontotemporal Dementia. J. Neuroscience. In press [Paper #JN-RM-3418-14R1],
Edelstein L, Smythies J. (2014) The role of epigenetic codes in neurocomputation: dynamic hardware in the brain. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. 369:20130519. doi.org/10.1098/rstb.2013.0519.
Smythies LE, Smythies JR. (2014) Microbiota, the immune system, black moods and the brain—melancholia updated. Frontiers in  Human Neuroscience. 15 September 2014 | doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2014.00720
Avis, K.T., Gamble, K.L., Schwebel, D.C. (2014). Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome (OSAS) Increases Children's Pedestrian Injury Risk. J Pediatrics.In press.