alexa Marlene-Oscar-Berman
ISSN: 2167-0277

Journal of Sleep Disorders & Therapy
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Departments of Psychiatry and Anatomy & Neurobiology, Boston University School of Medicine, and Boston VA Healthcare System, Boston, USA

Marlene Oscar Berman, Ph.D. is professor of psychiatry, neurology, and anatomy & neurobiology at Boston University School of Medicine, as well as a research career scientist at the Veterans Affairs Boston Healcare System. To date, she has published over 150 peer-reviewed manuscripts, invited reviews, and book chapters. She has made major contributions in multiple, distinct areas, but is probably best known for her insightful work on brain mechanisms associated with perceptual, emotional, and cognitive impairments in chronic alcoholics with and without Korsakoff’s syndrome. Dr. Berman’s contributions to science have been recognized with numerous awards and honors, ranging from a Fulbright scholarship,to awards for excellence in research from the Massachusetts Neuropsychological Society, the Research Society on Alcoholism, and the Distinguished Career award from the International Neuropsychological Society, just to name a few.

Research Interest

Her research interests include brain mechanisms associated with perceptual, emotional, and cognitive impairments in chronic alcoholics with and without Korsakoff’s syndrome.



Raising Endogenous Brain Levels of Kynurenic Acid May Produce Anti-Reward and Enhance Suicide Ideation

Kenneth Blum, Marlene-Oscar-Berman, Eric R Braverman and Mark S Gold

Letter to Editor: J Alcohol Drug Depend 2014, 2:151

Hypothesizing that Putative Dopaminergic, Melatonin, Benzodiazepine Reward Circuitry Receptor(s) Activator Provides Sleep Induction Benefits

Kenneth Blum*, Marlene-Oscar-Berman, William Downs B, Eric R Braverman, Florian Kreuk, Kristina Dushaj, Courtney Truesdell, Mona Li, John Giordano, Joan Borsten, Thomas Simpatico, Debmayla Barh, Margaret A Madigan, Scott Jones and Stephen Schoenthaler

Research Article: J Sleep Disord Ther 2014, 3: 153

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