Publications - ZEPSOM-Bio

 The ZEPSOM-Bio team aims to increase the impact of research and promote greater knowledge of genetic impact in order to better understand onset, severity and chronicity of mental problems and develop tools to help prevention, diagnosis and services offer in the field of mental health. Our nine researchers will published scientific papers and disseminated new knowledge from our research in major conventions and symposiums worldwide.

Here is the list of all the publications — scientific papers, book chapters, thesis and presentations — produced by the CIHR Team in Social and Psychiatric Epidemiology.

This section is an ongoing project and will be completed regularly during the research process.

  • Peer-reviewed articles
    •  Y Su, C D’Arcy, S Yuan, X Meng.2019. How does childhood maltreatment influence ensuing cognitive functioning among people with the exposure of childhood maltreatment? Journal of Affective Disorders. 252: 278-293.
    •  P Misra, S Liu, X Meng. 2019. What DNA methylation modifications and/or genetic variations interact with childhood maltreatment in the development of depression: A systematic review. Journal of Affective Disorders. 252:325-333.
    •  M Li, C D’Arcy, X Li, T Zhang, R Joober, X Meng. 2019.What do DNA methylation studies tell us about depression: A systematic review. Translational Psychiatry. 9:68.
    •  X Meng, M-J Fleury, J-M Bamvita, G Grenier, J Caron. 2018. Changes in percentages of perceived met needs for care over time in a Canadian longitudinal cohort. Psychiatry Research. 269:579-584.
    •  X Meng, M-J Fleury, Y-T Xiang, M Li, C D’Arcy. 2018. Resilience and protective factors among people with a history of child maltreatment: A systematic review. Social Psychiatry & Psychiatric Epidemiology. 53:453-475.
    •  X Meng. 2017.What characteristics are associated with earlier onset of first depressive episodes: A 16-year follow-up of a national population-based cohort.Psychiatry Research. 258:427-433.
    •  X Meng, A Brunet, G Turecki, A Liu, C D’Arcy & J Caron. 2017. Risk factor modifications on depression incidence: A 4-year longitudinal Canadian cohort of the Montreal Catchment Area Study. BMJ Open. 7:e015156.
    •  M Li, C D’Arcy &X Meng.2016. Maltreatment in childhood substantially increases the risk of adult depression and anxiety in prospective cohort studies: systematic review, meta-analysis, and proportional attributable fractions. Psychological Medicine. 46: 717-730.

 

  • Presentations at scientific conferences
    •  T Gao, S Mei, M Li, X Meng. 2019. Associations between childhood maltreatment and perceived need for care in population with disorders or distress: A moderated mediation analysis. An oral presentation was presented at the Canadian Society for Epidemiology and Biostatistics (CSEB) 2019 Biennial National Conference, May 13-15, Ottawa, Canada, 2019.
    •  M Li, S Liu, C D’Arcy, T Gao, X Meng. 2019. Interactions of child maltreatment and genetic variations in adult psychopathology: a systematic review. An oral presentation at the Canadian Society for Epidemiology and Biostatistics (CSEB) 2019 Biennial National Conference, May 13-15, Ottawa, Canada, 2019. Abstract was published in the conference application.
    • X Meng, A Liu, C D’Arcy, J Caron. 2018. Income mobility in mental health and mental disorders: A longitudinal population based survey. A short oral presentation was presented at the 18th WPA World Congress of Epidemiology, September 27-30, Mexico City, Mexico 2018. Abstract was published in the conference Abstract Book.
    •  X Meng, Y Su, C D’Arcy. 2018. How does childhood maltreatment influence on neurocognitive functioning. A short oral presentation will be presented at the 18th WPA World Congress of Epidemiology, September 27-30, Mexico City, Mexico 2018. Abstract was published in the conference Abstract Book.
    •  M Li, X Li, R Joober, T Zhang,X Meng. 2017. How much do DNA methylation studies improve our understanding of the etiology of major depressive disorder: A systematic review. A poster presentation at the 16th International Congress of the International Federation of Psychiatric Epidemiology, October 17-20, Melbourne, Australia 2017.  Abstract was published in the conference Abstract Book.
    •  X Meng. 2017. Risk factors associated with the first episode of major depression: A perspective 16-year follow-up study and meta-analysis. An oral presentation at the 16th International Congress of the International Federation of Psychiatric Epidemiology, October 17-20, Melbourne, Australia 2017. Abstract was published in the conference Abstract Book.
    • X Meng, M-J Fleury, Y-T Xiang, M Li, C D’Arcy. 2017. Resilience and protective factors associated with adaptive functioning following child maltreatment: A systematic review. A poster presentation at the 16th International Congress of the International Federation of Psychiatric Epidemiology, October 17-20, Melbourne, Australia 2017. Abstract was published in the conference Abstract Book.
    •  X Meng. 2016. Integrating and evaluating standard mathematical epidemiology and machine learning applied to predict the incidence of major depression. An oral presentation at the Canadian Research Data Centre Network 2016 National Conference,October 31-November 2, Saskatoon, Canada 2016. Abstract was published in the conference program https://crdcn.org/sites/default/files/2016_crdcn_conference_program.pdf

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