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Thomas M. Borkowski, Ph.D.

Dr. Thomas M. Borkowski

Professional Interests

My goal as a Clinical Trials Manager is to offer patients access to investigational devices and medication options as an alternative to currently available treatments and surgical options. My personal research interests include exploring the neuropsychosocial factors associated with independent living after the experience of post-surgical success, understanding the phenomena of non-epileptic events, and working to cross-validate measures in order to better assist those living with epilepsy.


Selected Publications

Haut, S.R., Hall, C.B., Borkowski, T., Tennen, H. &  Lipton, R.B. (2013). Behavioral seizure prediction using an e-diary: Understanding and improving self-prediction. Manuscript under review.

Bergin, P.S., Sadlier, L.G., Legros, B., Mogal, Z., Tripathi, M., Dang, N., Beretta, S., Zanchi, C.,  Burneo, J.G., D’Souza, W., Borkowski, T., Cho, Y.J., Ossemann, M., Striano, P., Srivastava, K., & Tan, H.J. (2012). An International Pilot Study of an Internet-Based Platform to facilitate clinical research in epilepsy: The EpiNet Project . Epilepsia, 53 (10), 1829-35.

Haut, S.R., Hall, C., Borkowski, T.M., Tennen, H., & Lipton, R. (2012). Clinical Features of the Pre-Ictal State: Mood Changes and Premonitory Symptoms. Epilepsy & Behavior, 23 (4), 415-421.

Van Gorp, W.G., Rabkin, J.G., Ferrando, S.J., Mintz, J., Ryan, E., Borkowski, T.M. & McElhiney, M. (2007). Neuropsychiatric predictors of return to work with HIV/AIDS. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 13(1), 80-89.

Dawson-Rose, C.S., Shade, S.B., Lum, P.J., Knight, K.R., Purcell, D.P., Parsons, J.T., & the SUDIS Team. (2005). Health care experiences of HIV-positive injection drug users. Journal of Multicultural Nursing and Health, 11(1), 23-30.

 Knight, K.R., Purcell, D., Dawson-Rose, C., Halkitis, P.N., Gomez, C.A & The SUDIS Team. (2005). Sexual risk-taking among HIV-positive injection drug users: Contexts, characteristics, and implications for prevention. AIDS Education and Prevention, 17(A), 76-88.

Parsons, J.T ., Missildine, W., VanOra, J., Purcell, D.W., Gomez, C.A, & the SUDIS Team. (2004). HIV serostatus disclosure to sexual partners among HIV-positive injection drug users. AIDS Patient Care and STDs, 18 (8), 457-469.

Mizuno, Y., Purcel, D., Lum, P., Knight, K., & Borkowski, T.M. (2003). The life priorities of HIV-seropositive injection drug users: Findings from a community-based sample. AIDS and Behavior, 7(4), 395-403.

Mizuno, Y., Purcell, D.W., Dawson-Rose, C., & Parsons, J.T., & the SUDIS Team.  (2003). Correlates of depressive symptoms among HIV-seropositive injection drug users: The Role of social support. AIDS Care, 15(5), 689-698.

Parsons, J.T., Halkitis, P.N., Bimbi, D., & Borkowski, T.M. (2000). Perceptions of the benefits and costs associated with condom use and unprotected sex among late adolescent college students. Journal of Adolescence, 2000, 23(4), 377-391.


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