Andrew Alan Nierenberg, M.D.
This page shows the publications co-authored by Andrew Nierenberg and David Schoenfeld.
Nierenberg AA, McElroy SL, Friedman ES, Ketter TA, Shelton RC, Deckersbach T, McInnis MG, Bowden CL, Tohen M, Kocsis JH, Calabrese JR, Kinrys G, Bobo WV, Singh V, Kamali M, Kemp D, Brody B, Reilly-Harrington NA, Sylvia LG, Shesler LW, Bernstein EE, Schoenfeld D, Rabideau DJ, Leon AC, Faraone S, Thase ME. Bipolar CHOICE (Clinical Health Outcomes Initiative in Comparative Effectiveness): a pragmatic 6-month trial of lithium versus quetiapine for bipolar disorder. J Clin Psychiatry. 2016 Jan; 77(1):90-9.
Rabideau DJ, Nierenberg AA, Sylvia LG, Friedman ES, Bowden CL, Thase ME, Ketter TA, Ostacher MJ, Reilly-Harrington N, Iosifescu DV, Calabrese JR, Leon AC, Schoenfeld DA. A novel application of the Intent to Attend assessment to reduce bias due to missing data in a randomized controlled clinical trial. Clin Trials. 2014 Aug; 11(4):494-502.
Nierenberg AA, Sylvia LG, Leon AC, Reilly-Harrington NA, Shesler LW, McElroy SL, Friedman ES, Thase ME, Shelton RC, Bowden CL, Tohen M, Singh V, Deckersbach T, Ketter TA, Kocsis JH, McInnis MG, Schoenfeld D, Bobo WV, Calabrese JR. Clinical and Health Outcomes Initiative in Comparative Effectiveness for Bipolar Disorder (Bipolar CHOICE): a pragmatic trial of complex treatment for a complex disorder. Clin Trials. 2014 Feb; 11(1):114-27.
Bobo WV, Reilly-Harrington NA, Ketter TA, Brody BD, Kinrys G, Kemp DE, Shelton RC, McElroy SL, Sylvia LG, Kocsis JH, McInnis MG, Friedman ES, Singh V, Tohen M, Bowden CL, Deckersbach T, Calabrese JR, Thase ME, Nierenberg AA, Rabideau DJ, Schoenfeld DA, Faraone SV, Kamali M. Complexity of illness and adjunctive benzodiazepine use in outpatients with bipolar I or II disorder: results from the Bipolar CHOICE study. J Clin Psychopharmacol. 2015 Feb; 35(1):68-74.
Spillmann MK, Van der Does AJ, Rankin MA, Vuolo RD, Alpert JE, Nierenberg AA, Rosenbaum JF, Hayden D, Schoenfeld D, Fava M. Tryptophan depletion in SSRI-recovered depressed outpatients. Psychopharmacology (Berl). 2001 May; 155(2):123-7.
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