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Real World Outcomes after Intra-Arterial Thrombolysis (PSC Initiatives Fund)
Postdoctoral Fellow, RWJ Clinical Scholars Program, Internal Medicine.
Postdoctoral Fellow Affiliate, Population Studies Center.
M.D., Loyola University Chicago, Stitch School of Medicine
Dr. Burke's primary interest is in physician decision making. Specifically, he's interested in how physicians approach decisions to obtain diagnostic imaging and how information obtained from these studies informed care. His ultimate goals are to develop more nuanced, efficient and patient-centered approaches to these decisions.
Skolarus, L., L. Morgenstern, D. Zahuranec, James Burke, Kenneth M. Langa, and T. Iwashyna. 2013. "Acute care and long-term mortality among elderly patients with intracerebral hemorrhage who undergo chronic life-sustaining procedures." Journal of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Diseases, 22(1): 15-21. PMCID: PMC3202018. DOI. Abstract.
Burke, James, K.A. Kerber, T.J. Iwashyna, and L.B. Morgenstern. 2012. "Wide variation and rising utilization of stroke magnetic resonance imaging: Data from 11 States." Annals of Neurology, 71(2): 179-185. DOI. Abstract.
Burke, James, R. Albin, R. Koeppe, B. Giordani, M. Kilbourn, S. Gilman, and K. Frey. 2011. "Assessment of mild dementia with amyloid and dopamine terminal positron emission tomography." Brain, 134: 1647-1657. DOI. Abstract.
Plassman, B.L., Kenneth M. Langa, R. McCammon, Gwenith Fisher, G. Potter, James Burke, D. Steffens, N. Foster, B. Giordani, F. Unverzagt, K. Welsh-Bohmer, Steven Heeringa, David Weir, and R. Wallace. 2011. "Incidence of Dementia and Cognitive Impairment, Not Dementia in the United States." Annals of Neurology, 70(3): 418-426. PMCID: PMC313980. DOI. Abstract.
Burke, James, P. Dayalu, B. Nan, F. Askari, G.J. Brewer, and M.T. Lorincz. 2011. "Prognostic significance of neurologic examination findings in Wilson disease." Parkinsonism & Related Disorders, 17(7): 551-556. DOI. Abstract.