Frank Hillary

Associate Professor of Psychology, Psychiatry and Neurology

Frank Hillary

Research Summary

Effects of brain injury and disease on functional brain organization; EEG and MRI-based examination of neuroplasticity in healthy and disrupted neural systems, including traumatic brain injury and multiple sclerosis.

Huck Affiliations

Publication Tags

Brain Traumatic Brain Injury Neuroimaging Meta Analysis Wounds And Injuries Brain Injuries Magnetic Resonance Imaging Neurosciences Health Graph Theory Nervous System Diseases Oxygen Connectivity Data Analysis Research Personnel Psychology Population Functional Neuroimaging Incidence Brain Diseases Topology Craniocerebral Trauma Research Psychiatry Intimate Partner Violence

Most Recent Papers

Perceived discrimination and blood pressure in individuals aging with traumatic brain injury

Rachel Bernier, Umesh Venkatesan, Amanda Rabinowitz, Frank Hillary, Rehabilitation Psychology

A voxelwise approach to determine consensus regions-of-interest for the study of brain network plasticity.

Sarah Rajtmajer, Frontiers of Systems Neuroscience

The Study of Intimate Partner Violence-Related Head Trauma: Recommendations from the Enhancing Neuroimaging and Genetics through Meta-Analysis Consortium Intimate Partner Violence Working Group

Carrie Esopenko, Frank Hillary, 2021,

A global collaboration to study intimate partner violence-related head trauma

Carrie Esopenko, Jessica Meyer, Elisabeth A. Wilde, Amy D. Marshall, David F. Tate, Alexander P. Lin, Inga K. Koerte, Kimberly B. Werner, Emily L. Dennis, Ashley L. Ware, Nicola L. de Souza, Deleene S. Menefee, Kristen Dams-O’Connor, Dan J. Stein, Erin D. Bigler, Martha E. Shenton, Kathy S. Chiou, Judy L. Postmus, Kathleen Monahan, Brenda Eagan-Johnson, Paul van Donkelaar, Tricia L. Merkley, Carmen Velez, Cooper B. Hodges, Hannah M. Lindsey, Paula Johnson, Andrei Irimia, Matthew Spruiell, Esther R. Bennett, Ashley Bridwell, Glynnis Zieman, Frank G. Hillary, 2021, Brain Imaging and Behavior on p. 475-503

Toward a global and reproducible science for brain imaging in neurotrauma

Alexander Olsen, Talin Babikian, Erin D. Bigler, Karen Caeyenberghs, Virginia Conde, Kristen Dams-O’Connor, Ekaterina Dobryakova, Helen Genova, Jordan Grafman, Asta K. Håberg, Ingrid Heggland, Torgeir Hellstrøm, Cooper B. Hodges, Andrei Irimia, Ruchira M. Jha, Paula K. Johnson, Vassilis E. Koliatsos, Harvey Levin, Lucia M. Li, Hannah M. Lindsey, Abigail Livny, Marianne Løvstad, John Medaglia, David K. Menon, Stefania Mondello, Martin M. Monti, Virginia F.J. Newcombe, Agustin Petroni, Jennie Ponsford, David Sharp, Gershon Spitz, Lars T. Westlye, Paul M. Thompson, Emily L. Dennis, David F. Tate, Elisabeth A. Wilde, Frank G. Hillary, 2021, Brain Imaging and Behavior on p. 526-554

What the replication crisis means for intervention science

Frank G. Hillary, John D. Medaglia, 2020, International Journal of Psychophysiology on p. 3-5

Race and ethnicity considerations in traumatic brain injury research

Einat K. Brenner, Emily C. Grossner, Benjamin N. Johnson, Rachel A. Bernier, José Soto, Frank G. Hillary, 2020, Brain Injury on p. 799-808

ENIGMA and Global Neuroscience: A Decade of Large-Scale Studies of the Brain in Health and Disease across more than 40 Countries

Paul Thompson, Frank Hillary, 2020, Translational Psychiatry

ENIGMA brain injury: Framework, challenges, and opportunities

Emily L. Dennis, David Baron, Brenda Bartnik-Olson, Karen Caeyenberghs, Carrie Esopenko, Frank G. Hillary, Kimbra Kenney, Inga K. Koerte, Alexander P. Lin, Andrew R. Mayer, Stefania Mondello, Alexander Olsen, Paul M. Thompson, David F. Tate, Elisabeth A. Wilde, 2020, Human Brain Mapping

Correction to

Venkateswaran Rajagopalan, Abhijit Das, Luduan Zhang, Frank Hillary, Glenn R. Wylie, Guang H. Yue, 2020, Brain Imaging and Behavior

Most-Cited Papers

Hyperconnectivity is a fundamental response to neurological disruption

Frank G. Hillary, Cristina A. Roman, Umesh Venkatesan, Sarah M. Rajtmajer, Ricardo Bajo, Nazareth D. Castellanos, 2015, Neuropsychology on p. 59-75

Changes in resting connectivity during recovery from severe traumatic brain injury

F. G. Hillary, J. Slocomb, E. C. Hills, N. M. Fitzpatrick, J. D. Medaglia, J. Wang, D. C. Good, G. R. Wylie, 2011, International Journal of Psychophysiology on p. 115-123

Injured Brains and Adaptive Networks

Frank G. Hillary, Jordan H. Grafman, 2017, Trends in Cognitive Sciences on p. 385-401

Extended unified SEM approach for modeling event-related fMRI data

Kathleen M. Gates, Peter Molenaar, Frank Gerard Hillary, Semyon Slobounov, 2011, NeuroImage on p. 1151-1158

The rich get richer: Brain injury elicits hyperconnectivity in core subnetworks

Frank G. Hillary, Sarah M. Rajtmajer, Cristina A. Roman, John D. Medaglia, Julia E. Slocomb-Dluzen, Vincent D. Calhoun, David C. Good, Glenn R. Wylie, 2014, PLoS One

ENIGMA and Global Neuroscience: A Decade of Large-Scale Studies of the Brain in Health and Disease across more than 40 Countries

Paul Thompson, Frank Hillary, 2020, Translational Psychiatry

Examining working memory task acquisition in a disrupted neural network

Frank G. Hillary, John D. Medaglia, Kathleen Gates, Peter C. Molenaar, Julia Slocomb, Alyssa Peechatka, David C. Good, 2011, Brain on p. 1555-1570

Epidemiological shifts in elderly traumatic brain injury

Deepa M. Ramanathan, Nathan McWilliams, Philip Schatz, Frank G. Hillary, 2012, Central Nervous System Trauma on p. 1371-1378

Graph theory approaches to functional network organization in brain disorders: A critique for a brave new small-world

Michael N. Hallquist, Frank G. Hillary, 2018, Network Neuroscience on p. 1-26

Chronology and chronicity of altered resting-state functional connectivity after traumatic brain injury

Umesh M. Venkatesan, Nancy A. Dennis, Frank G. Hillary, 2015, Central Nervous System Trauma on p. 252-264