Ibolja Cernak
Ibolja Cernak
Mercer University Schoold Medicine
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Animal models of head trauma
I Cernak
NeuroRx 2 (3), 410-422, 2005
Traumatic brain injury: an overview of pathobiology with emphasis on military populations
I Cernak, LJ Noble-Haeusslein
Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolism 30 (2), 255-266, 2010
Ultrastructural and functional characteristics of blast injury-induced neurotrauma
I Cernak, Z Wang, J Jiang, X Bian, J Savic
Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery 50 (4), 695-706, 2001
Cell cycle inhibition provides neuroprotection and reduces glial proliferation and scar formation after traumatic brain injury
S Di Giovanni, V Movsesyan, F Ahmed, I Cernak, S Schinelli, B Stoica, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 (23), 8333-8338, 2005
The pathobiology of blast injuries and blast-induced neurotrauma as identified using a new experimental model of injury in mice
I Cernak, AC Merkle, VE Koliatsos, JM Bilik, QT Luong, TM Mahota, L Xu, ...
Neurobiology of disease 41 (2), 538-551, 2011
A mouse model of blast injury to brain: initial pathological, neuropathological, and behavioral characterization
VE Koliatsos, I Cernak, L Xu, Y Song, A Savonenko, BJ Crain, ...
Journal of Neuropathology & Experimental Neurology 70 (5), 399-416, 2011
Blast injury from explosive munitions
I Cernak, J Savic, D Ignjatovic, M Jevtic
Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery 47 (1), 96-103, 1999
Long-term neurologic outcomes after traumatic brain injury
JJ Bazarian, I Cernak, L Noble-Haeusslein, S Potolicchio, N Temkin
The Journal of head trauma rehabilitation 24 (6), 439-451, 2009
Intensive insulin therapy after severe traumatic brain injury: a randomized clinical trial
F Bilotta, R Caramia, I Cernak, FP Paoloni, A Doronzio, V Cuzzone, ...
Neurocritical care 9 (2), 159-166, 2008
Shell shock revisited: solving the puzzle of blast trauma
Y Bhattacharjee, I Cernak
Science 319 (5862), 406-408, 2008
The pathobiology of moderate diffuse traumatic brain injury as identified using a new experimental model of injury in rats
I Cernak, R Vink, DN Zapple, MI Cruz, F Ahmed, T Chang, ST Fricke, ...
Neurobiology of disease 17 (1), 29-43, 2004
Cognitive deficits following blast injury-induced neurotrauma: possible involvement of nitric oxide
I Cernak, Z Wang, J Jiang, X Bian, J Savic
Brain Injury 15 (7), 593-612, 2001
Involvement of the central nervous system in the general response to pulmonary blast injury
I Cernak, J Savic, Z Malicevic, G Zunic, P Radosevic, I Ivanovic, ...
Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery 40 (3S), 100S-104S, 1996
Neuroendocrine responses following graded traumatic brain injury in male adults
I Cernak, Veljko J. Savic, Angel Lazarov, Mirjana Joksimovic, Stevan Markovic
Brain injury 13 (12), 1005-1015, 1999
Neurogenic inflammation is associated with development of edema and functional deficits following traumatic brain injury in rats
AJ Nimmo, I Cernak, DL Heath, X Hu, CJ Bennett, R Vink
Neuropeptides 38 (1), 40-47, 2004
The importance of systemic response in the pathobiology of blast-induced neurotrauma
I Cernak
Frontiers in Neurology. 1, 151, 2010
Both estrogen and progesterone attenuate edema formation following diffuse traumatic brain injury in rats
CA O'Connor, I Cernak, R Vink
Brain Research 1062 (1-2), 171-174, 2005
Substance P is associated with the development of brain edema and functional deficits after traumatic brain injury
JJ Donkin, AJ Nimmo, I Cernak, PC Blumbergs, R Vink
Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolism 29 (8), 1388-1398, 2009
Blast exposure causes early and persistent aberrant phospho-and cleaved-tau expression in a murine model of mild blast-induced traumatic brain injury
BR Huber, JS Meabon, TJ Martin, PD Mourad, R Bennett, BC Kraemer, ...
Journal of Alzheimer's disease 37 (2), 309-323, 2013
Gene expression profile changes are commonly modulated across models and species after traumatic brain injury
JE Natale, F Ahmed, I Cernak, B Stoica, AI Faden
Journal of neurotrauma 20 (10), 907-927, 2003
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