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    Hampton Atkinson

    TitleProfessor In Residence Emeritus
    SchoolUniversity of California, San Diego
    Address9500 Gilman Drive #0603-V
    CA La Jolla 92093
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      J. H. Atkinson, MD, is Professor-in-Residence, Department of Psychiatry at the University of California, San Diego. He was one of the founding co-Directors of the HIV Neurobehavioral Research Center (HNRC), and continues to be active in this program and in the affiliated Translational Methamphetamine Research Center (TMARC), CNS Antiretroviral Therapy Effects Research (CHARTER), and the University of California Center for Medicinal Cannabis Research (CMCR). Additionally he is Principal Investigator on two current Department of Veterans Affairs Merit Review Programs investigating pharmacologic and behavioral interventions for chronic back pain, where his research has been continuously supported for over 25 years. He has an active clinical presence as an Attending Physician at both the University of California, San Diego Medical Center and the affiliated VA San Diego Healthcare System.

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      HIV Neurobehavioral Research Center
      NIH/NIMH P30MH062512Apr 24, 2001 - Feb 28, 2021
      Role: Co-Investigator

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      1. Atkinson H, Jin H, Shi C, Yu X, Duarte NA, Casey CY, Franklin DR, Vigil O, Cysique L, Wolfson T, Riggs PK, Gupta S, Letendre S, Marcotte TD, Grant I, Wu Z, Heaton RK. Psychiatric context of human immunodeficiency virus infection among former plasma donors in rural China. J Affect Disord. 2011 May; 130(3):421-8. PMID: 21094530; PMCID: PMC3307799.
      2. Atkinson H, Higgins JA, Vigil O, Dubrow R, Remien RH, Steward WT, Casey CY, Sikkema KJ, Correale J, Ake C, McCutchan JA, Kerndt PR, Morin SF, Grant I. Psychiatric context of acute/early HIV infection. The NIMH Multisite Acute HIV Infection Study: IV. AIDS Behav. 2009 Dec; 13(6):1061-7. PMID: 19517225; PMCID: PMC2785895.
      3. Atkinson H, Patel SM, Meyer JM, Slater MA, Zisook S, Capparelli E. Is there a therapeutic window with some antidepressants for analgesic response? Curr Pain Headache Rep. 2009 Apr; 13(2):93-9. PMID: 19272274.
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      4. Atkinson H, Heaton RK, Patterson TL, Wolfson T, Deutsch R, Brown SJ, Summers J, Sciolla A, Gutierrez R, Ellis RJ, Abramson I, Hesselink JR, McCutchan JA, Grant I. Two-year prospective study of major depressive disorder in HIV-infected men. J Affect Disord. 2008 Jun; 108(3):225-34. PMID: 18045694; PMCID: PMC2494949.
      5. Atkinson H, Slater MA, Capparelli EV, Wallace MS, Zisook S, Abramson I, Matthews SC, Garfin SR. Efficacy of noradrenergic and serotonergic antidepressants in chronic back pain: a preliminary concentration-controlled trial. J Clin Psychopharmacol. 2007 Apr; 27(2):135-42. PMID: 17414235.
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      6. Atkinson H, Slater MA, Wahlgren DR, Williams RA, Zisook S, Pruitt SD, Epping-Jordan JE, Patterson TL, Grant I, Abramson I, Garfin SR. Effects of noradrenergic and serotonergic antidepressants on chronic low back pain intensity. Pain. 1999 Nov; 83(2):137-45. PMID: 10534584.
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      7. Atkinson H, Slater MA, Williams RA, Zisook S, Patterson TL, Grant I, Wahlgren DR, Abramson I, Garfin SR. A placebo-controlled randomized clinical trial of nortriptyline for chronic low back pain. Pain. 1998 Jun; 76(3):287-96. PMID: 9718247.
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