Director, Women's Mood Disorders Center
Main Office Address
The Johns Hopkins Hospital
600 North Wolfe Street
Baltimore, MD 21287
Washington University Medical School
Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
Johns Hopkins Hospital
Clinical/Research Fellowship- Mood Disorders
National Institute of Mental Health
- The genetics of depression and bipolar disorder
- Women and mood disorders
- Hormonal influences on mood and mood disorders
- Clinical trials of novel therapeutics in depression and bipolar disorder
Payne, J.L., Potash J.B., and DePaulo, J.R. (2005). "Recent Findings on the Genetic Basis of Bipolar Disorder." Psychiatric Clinics of North America; 28 (2):481-498.
Zarate, C.A., Payne, J.L., Quiroz, J.A., Sporn, J., Denicoff, K.K., Luckenbaugh, D., Charney, D.S., and Manji, H.K. (2004). "An open-label trial of riluzole in patients with treatment-resistant major depression." American Journal of Psychiatry, 161: 171-174.
Manji, H.K., Quiroz, J.A., Sporn, J., Payne, J.L., Denicoff, K., Gray, N., Chen, G., Zarate, C.A., and Charney, D.S. (2003). "Enhancing synaptic plasticity and cellular resilience to develop novel, improved therapeutics for difficult to treat depression." Biological Psychiatry, 53: 707-742.
Manji, H.K., Quiroz, J.A., Payne, J.L., Singh, J., Lopes, B.P., Viegas, J.S., and Zarate, C.A. (2003). "The underlying neurobiology of bipolar disorder." World Psychiatry, 2(3): 136-146.
Payne, J.L. (2003). "The role of estrogen in mood disorders in women." International Review of Psychiatry, 15: 279-289.