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Mark Logue, PhD

Mark Logue, PhD

Portrait of Mark Logue, PhD

Principal Investigator

Behavioral Science Division

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Academic Appointment

  • Boston University School of Medicine, Research Assistant Professor in Biomedical Genetics


  • University of Iowa Post-Doc in Psychiatric Genetics, 2002
  • University of Iowa, Ph.D. in Statistics, 2001
  • University of Iowa, M.S. in Statistics, 1996
  • University of Oregon, B.S. in Mathematics, 1994

Expertise and Interests

  • Statistical Genetics and Genetic Epidemiology
  • Genetic and Epigenetic factors in PTSD
  • The Genetics Alzheimer's Disease and Neurodegeneration Membership in Professional Societies

Membership in Professional Societies

  • American Society of Human Genetics
  • American Psychopathological Association

Selected Publications

Samimi Sadeh, N., Spielberg, J. M., Logue, M. W., Wolf, E. J., Smith, A. K., Lusk, J., Hayes, J. P., Sperbeck, E., Milberg, W. P., McGlinchey, R. E., Salat, D. H., Carter, W. C., Stone, A., Schichman, S. A., Humphries, D. E., & Miller, M. W. (2016). SKA2 methylation is associated with decreased prefrontal cortical thickness and greater PTSD severity among trauma-exposed veterans. Molecular Psychiatry, 21, 357-363. doi:10.1038/mp.2015.134

Logue, M. W., Smith, A. K., Baldwin, C., Wolf, E. J., Guffanti, G., Ratanatharathorn, A., Stone, A., Schichman, S. A., Humphries, D., Binder, E. B., Arloth, J., Menke, A., Uddin, M., Wildman, D., Galea, S., Aiello, A.E., Koenen, K. C., and Miller, M. W. (2015). An analysis of gene expression in PTSD implicates genes involved in the glucocorticoid receptor pathway and neural responses to stress. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 57, 1-13. doi:10.1016/j.psyneuen.2015.03.016

Logue, M. W., Amstadter, A. B., Baker, D. G., Duncan, L, Koenen, K. C., Liberzon, I, Miller, M. W., Morey, R. As, Nievergelt, C. M., Ressler, K. J., Smith, A. K., Smoller, J. W., Stein, M. B., and Sumner, J. A., Uddin, M. (2015). The Psychiatric Genomics Consortium Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Workgroup: Posttraumatic stress disorder enters the age of large-scale genomic collaboration. Neuropsychopharmacology. 40, 2287-97. doi:10.1038/npp.2015.118

Logue, M. W., Baldwin, C., Guffanti, G., Melista, E., Wolf E. J., Reardon, A.F., Uddin, M., Wildman, D., Galea, S., Koenen, K. C., & Miller, M. W. (2013). A genome-wide association study of posttraumatic stress disorder identifies the retinoid-related orphan receptor alpha (RORA) gene as a significant risk locus. Molecular Psychiatry, 18, 937-942. doi:10.1038/mp.2012.113

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