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Graham Wester Redgrave, M.D.

Assistant Director, Eating Disorders Program
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

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Appointment Phone

410-955-3863

Main Location

The Johns Hopkins Hospital

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Titles

  • Assistant Director, Eating Disorders Program
  • Assistant Director, Residency Education
  • Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

Departments

Locations

The Johns Hopkins Hospital

Appointment Phone: 410-955-3863

600 N. Wolfe Street
Meyer Building 4-181
Baltimore, MD 21287 map
Phone: 410-614-4451

Expertise

Adult Psychiatry , Eating Disorders , Psychiatry

    Additional Information

  • Education +

    Degrees

    • Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine / MD (1999)

    Residencies

    • Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine / Psychiatry (2003)
  • Research & Publications +

    Research Summary

    Research in eating disorders is primarily in neuroimaging of eating disorders but also investigating biomarkers of starvation and weight restoration.

    Selected Publications

    Original Research

    1. Roberts, L. W., T. D. Warner, M. Rogers, R. Horwitz and G. Redgrave (2005). "Medical student illness and impairment: a vignette-based survey study involving 955 students at 9 medical schools." Compr Psychiatry 46(3): 229-237.
    2. Kinzig, K. P., J. W. Coughlin, G. W. Redgrave, T. H. Moran and A. S. Guarda (2007). "Insulin, glucose, and pancreatic polypeptide responses to a test meal in restricting type anorexia nervosa before and after weight restoration." Am J Physiol Endocrinol Metab 292(5): E1441-1446.
    3. Redgrave, G. W., J. W. Coughlin, L. J. Heinberg and A. S. Guarda (2007). "First-degree relative history of alcoholism in eating disorder inpatients: relationship to eating and substance use psychopathology." Eat Behav 8(1): 15-22.
    4. Coughlin, J. W., R. Edwards, L. Buenaver, G. Redgrave, A. S. Guarda and J. Haythornthwaite (2008). "Pain, catastrophizing, and depressive symptomatology in eating disorders." Clin J Pain 24(5): 406-414.
    5. Redgrave, G. W., A. Bakker, N. T. Bello, B. S. Caffo, J. W. Coughlin, A. S. Guarda, J. E. McEntee, J. J. Pekar, S. P. Reinblatt, G. Verduzco and T. H. Moran (2008). "Differential brain activation in anorexia nervosa to Fat and Thin words during a Stroop task." Neuroreport 19(12): 1181-1185.
    6. Bello, N. T., A. S. Guarda, C. E. Terrillion, G. W. Redgrave, J. W. Coughlin and T. H. Moran (2009). "Repeated binge access to a palatable food alters feeding behavior, hormone profile, and hindbrain c-Fos responses to a test meal in adult male rats." Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol 297(3): R622-631.
    7. Bello, N. T., J. W. Coughlin, G. W. Redgrave, T. H. Moran and A. S. Guarda (2010). "Oral sensory and cephalic hormonal responses to fat and non-fat liquids in bulimia nervosa." Physiol Behav 99(5): 611-617.
    8. Coughlin, J. W., R. R. Edwards, G. W. Redgrave and A. S. Guarda (2010). "Pain severity in eating disorders predicts longer inpatient hospitalization." Int J Eat Disord 43(8): 737-742.
    9. Mroczkowski, M. M., G. W. Redgrave, N. R. Miller, A. N. McCoy and A. S. Guarda (2011). "Reversible vision loss secondary to malnutrition in a woman with severe anorexia nervosa, purging type, and alcohol abuse." Int J Eat Disord 44(3): 281-283.
    10. Reading, S. A., K. Oishi, G. W. Redgrave, J. McEntee, M. Shanahan, N. Yoritomo, L. Younes, S. Mori, M. I. Miller, P. van Zijl, R. L. Margolis and C. A. Ross (2011). "Diffuse abnormality of low to moderately organized white matter in schizophrenia." Brain Connect 1(6): 511-519.
    11. Bello, N. T., J. W. Coughlin, G. W. Redgrave, E. E. Ladenheim, T. H. Moran and A. S. Guarda (2012). "Dietary conditions and highly palatable food access alter rat cannabinoid receptor expression and binding density." Physiol Behav 105(3): 720-726.
    12. Coughlin, J. W., C. C. Schreyer, D. B. Sarwer, L. J. Heinberg, G. W. Redgrave and A. S. Guarda (2012). "Cosmetic surgery in inpatients with eating disorders: Attitudes and experience." Body Image 9(1): 180-183.
    13. Unschuld, P. G., R. A. Edden, A. Carass, X. Liu, M. Shanahan, X. Wang, K. Oishi, J. Brandt, S. S. Bassett, G. W. Redgrave, R. L. Margolis, P. C. van Zijl, P. B. Barker and C. A. Ross (2012). "Brain metabolite alterations and cognitive dysfunction in early Huntington's disease." Mov Disord.
    14. Unschuld, P. G., S. E. Joel, X. Liu, M. Shanahan, R. L. Margolis, K. M. Biglan, S. S. Bassett, D. J. Schretlen, G. W. Redgrave, P. C. van Zijl, J. J. Pekar and C. A. Ross (2012). "Impaired cortico-striatal functional connectivity in prodromal Huntington's Disease." Neurosci Lett 514(2): 204-209.
    15. Unschuld, P. G., S. E. Joel, J. J. Pekar, S. A. Reading, K. Oishi, J. McEntee, M. Shanahan, A. Bakker, R. L. Margolis, S. S. Bassett, A. Rosenblatt, S. Mori, P. C. van Zijl, C. A. Ross and G. W. Redgrave (2012). "Depressive symptoms in prodromal Huntington's Disease correlate with Stroop-interference related functional connectivity in the ventromedial prefrontal cortex." Psychiatry Res.
    16. Qin, Y. Y., J. T. Hsu, S. Yoshida, A. V. Faria, K. Oishi, P. G. Unschuld, G. W. Redgrave, S. H. Ying, C. A. Ross, P. C. van Zijl, A. E. Hillis, M. S. Albert, C. G. Lyketsos, M. I. Miller, S. Mori and K. Oishi (2013). "Gross feature recognition of Anatomical Images based on Atlas grid (GAIA): Incorporating the local discrepancy between an atlas and a target image to capture the features of anatomic brain MRI." Neuroimage Clin 3: 202-211.
    17. Unschuld, P. G., X. Liu, M. Shanahan, R. L. Margolis, S. S. Bassett, J. Brandt, D. J. Schretlen, G. W. Redgrave, J. Hua, C. Hock, S. A. Reading, P. C. van Zijl, J. J. Pekar and C. A. Ross (2013). "Prefrontal executive function associated coupling relates to Huntington's disease stage." Cortex 49(10): 2661-2673.
    18. Chan, T. W., W. Y. Ahn, J. E. Bates, J. R. Busemeyer, S. Guillaume, G. W. Redgrave, U. N. Danner and P. Courtet (2014). "Differential impairments underlying decision making in anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa: a cognitive modeling analysis." Int J Eat Disord 47(2): 157-167.
    19. Makhzoumi, S. H., A. S. Guarda, C. C. Schreyer, S. P. Reinblatt, G. W. Redgrave and J. W. Coughlin (2015). "Chewing and spitting: A marker of psychopathology and behavioral severity in inpatients with an eating disorder." Eating Behaviors 17(0): 59-61.
    20. Redgrave, G. W., J. W. Coughlin, C. C. Schreyer, L. Martin, A. Leonpacher, M. Seide, A. Verdi, A. Pletch and A. S. Guarda (in press). "Refeeding and Weight Restoration Outcomes in Anorexia Nervosa: Challenging Current Guidelines." Int J Eat Disord.

    Reviews and Chapters

    1. Redgrave, G. W., K. L. Swartz and A. J. Romanoski (2003). "Alcohol misuse by women." Int Rev Psychiatry 15(3): 256-268.
    2. Guarda, A. S. and G. W. Redgrave (2004). "Eating disorders: detection, assessment, and treatment in primary care." Adv Stud Med 4(9): 468-475.
    3. Redgrave, G. and A. Guarda (2005). Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia. Advanced therapy in gastroenterology and liver disease. T. M. Bayless and A. M. Diehl. Hamilton, Ontario, BC Decker, Inc.: 232-238.
    4. Reinblatt, S. P., G. W. Redgrave and A. S. Guarda (2008). "Medication management of pediatric eating disorders." Int Rev Psychiatry 20(2): 183-188.
    5. Guarda, A. S. and G. W. Redgrave (2012). Eating Disorders. Principles and practice of hospital medicine. S. C. McKean, J. J. Ross, D. D. Dresser, D. J. Brotman and J. S. Ginsberg. New York, McGraw-Hill: pp.1908-1914.
    6. Redgrave, G. W., J. Harrison and A. S. Guarda (2013). Emergency Management of Eating Disorders. Emergency Psychiatry. A. Chanmugam, P. T. Triplett and G. Kelen. Cambridge, United Kingdom, Cambridge University Press: pp. 219-234.

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