Walter Kaye and the UCSD Eating Disorders Research team have published over 250 papers on the neurobiology of eating disorders. These publications include behavioral, treatment, and cognitive neuroscience studies that have improved understanding of the clinical presentation, genetics, neurotransmitter systems, and neural substrates involved in appetite dysregulation and disordered eating. These studies are guiding the development of more effective, neurobiologically informed interventions.
- Treatment of Patients With Anorexia Nervosa in the US – A Crisis in care
- Walter H. Kaye, MD; Cynthia M. Bulik, PhD
- Association of Brain Reward Response With Body Mass Index and Ventral Striatal-Hypothalamic Circuitry Among Young Women With Eating Disorders
- Guido K. W. Frank, MD; Megan E. Shott, BS; Joel Stoddard, MD; Skylar Swindle, BS; Tamara L. Pryor, PhD