Jeffrey J. Weiss
- ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR Medicine, General Internal Medicine
- ASSISTANT PROFESSOR Psychiatry
PHD, Northwestern University
A.B., Stanford University
Psychology (with Distinction)
Internship, Clinical Psychology
Michael Reese Hospital
NIMH GRANT K23 MH71177March 4, 2005 - February 28, 2010
Adherence to HCV Treatment in HCV and HCV/HIV Patients
This is a prospective cohort study in which 100 HCV and 100 HCV/HIV patients will be enrolled just prior to initiating HCV therapy with pegylated IFN-alfa and ribavirin (PEG-IFN/RBV). The patients will be followed for the first 24 weeks of treatment to determine whether depression, neurocognitive functioning, substance abuse and treatment self-efficacy are associated with early treatment discontinuation and whether the two groups differ in rates of early treatment discontinuation.
Keywords: HIV, HCV, Adherence
Weiss JJ, Osorio G, Ryan E, Marcus S, Fishbein D. Prevalence and patient awareness of medical comorbities in an urban AIDS clinic.. AIDS Patient Care & STDs 2010; 24: 39-48.
Weiss JJ, Morgello S. Psychiatric management of HIV/HCV-coinfected patients beginning treatment for hepatitis C virus infection: Survey of provider practices.. General Hospital Psychiatry 2009; 31: 531-537.
Weiss JJ, Brau N, Stivala A, Swan T, Fishbein D. Adherence to medication for chronic hepatitis C: Building on the model of human immunodeficiency virus antiretroviral adherence research.. Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics 2009; 30: 14-27.
Weiss JJ, Bhatti L, Dieterich DT, Edlin BR, Fishbein DA, Goetz MB, Yu K, Wagner GJ. Hepatitis C patients' self-reported adherence to treatment with pegylated interferon and ribavirin. Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics 2008; 28: 289-293.
Weiss JJ, Bangsberg DR. Comprehensive Textbook of AIDS Psychiatry (2008). In: Cohen MA, Gorman JM, editors. Psychiatric Aspects of Adherence to Medical Care and Treatment in HIV/AIDS
Comprehensive Textbook of AIDS Psychiatry (2008). New York, Oxford University Press; pp281-295.
Hutton HH, Santora PB, Weiss JJ. Addiction Treatment: Science and Policy for the Twenty-first Century (2007). In: Henningfield JE, Santora PB, Bickel WK, editors. Addiction and Multiple Morbidities in HIV-Positive Patients
Addiction Treatment: Science and Policy for the Twenty-first Century (2007). Baltimore, The Johns Hopkins University Press;.
Niego SH, Kofman MD, Weiss JJ, Geliebter A. Binge eating in the bariatric surgery population: A review of the literature. International Journal of Eating Disorders 2007; 40: 349-359.
Weiss JJ, Gorman JM. Psychiatric Behavioral Aspects of Co-management of HCV and HIV. Current HIV/AIDS Reports 2006; 3: 176-181.
Weiss JJ, Gorman JM. Antidepressant adherence and suicide risk in depressed youth [Letter to the editor]. American Journal of Psychiatry 2005; 162: 1756-1757.
Weiss JJ, Mulder CL, Antoni MH, de Vroome EM, Garssen B, Goodkin K. Effects of a supportive-expressive group intervention on long-term psychosocial adjustment in HIV-infected gay men. Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics 2003; 72: 132-140.
Hoffman RG, Cohen MA, Alfonso CA, Weiss JJ, Jones S, Keller M, Condemarin JR, Chiu N, Jacobson JM. Treatment of interferon-induced psychosis in patients with comorbid hepatitis C and HIV. Psychosomatics 2003; 44: 417-420.
Knippels H, Goodkin K, Weiss JJ, Wilkie FL, Antoni MH. The importance of cognitive self-report in early HIV-1 infection: Validation of a cognitive functional status sub-scale. AIDS 2002; 16: 259-267.
Weiss JJ. AIDS in Europe: New Challenges for the Social Sciences (2000). In: Moatti JP, Souteyrand Y, Prieur A, Sandfort T, Aggleton P, editors. Attitudinal factors and adherence to protease inhibitor combination therapy
AIDS in Europe: New Challenges for the Social Sciences (2000). London, Routledge; pp45-56.
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- Kadmon Corporation, LLC
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