Faculty

Edward Suarez

Adjunct Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, Behavioral Medicine
School of Medicine

3709 Hosp South, Durham, NC 27710

Box 3328 Med Ctr, Durham, NC 27710

(919) 684-2941 edward.suarez@duke.edu


Education & Training

Ph.D. 1986

University of Miami

M.A. 2015

Wake Forest University

Grants

Biobehaviorial Factors In Coronary Heart Disease

National Institutes of Health

Publications

Corrigendum to "Socioeconomic status moderates associations between CNS serotonin and expression of beta2-integrins CD11b and CD11c" [J. Psychiatr Res. (2010) 44:373-377].

PMID 31785784
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Erratum. Hostility, race, and glucose metabolism in nondiabetic individuals. Diabetes Care 2002;25:835-839.

PMID 31806650
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Mindfulness Meditation Targets Transdiagnostic Symptoms Implicated in Stress-Related Disorders: Understanding Relationships between Changes in Mindfulness, Sleep Quality, and Physical Symptoms.

PMID 29861769
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The Relation of Light-to-Moderate Alcohol Consumption to Glucose Metabolism and Insulin Resistance in Nondiabetic Adults: the Moderating Effects of Depressive Symptom Severity, Adiposity, and Sex.

PMID 28688095
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The cortisol:C-reactive protein ratio and negative affect reactivity in depressed adults.

PMID 28650200
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Abstract # 1718 Neuro-immune dysregulation and depressive vulnerability: The Cortisol:C-reactive protein ratio predicts context-dependent negative affect reactivity in men and women with elevated symptoms of depression

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Decreased symptoms of depression after mindfulness-based stress reduction: potential moderating effects of religiosity, spirituality, trait mindfulness, sex, and age.

PMID 25695903
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Effects of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Across the Adult Lifespan

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Depressogenic vulnerability and gender-specific patterns of neuro-immune dysregulation: What the ratio of cortisol to C-reactive protein can tell us about loss of normal regulatory control.

PMID 25241020
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Race differences in the relation of vitamins A, C, E, and β-carotene to metabolic and inflammatory biomarkers.

PMID 24418240
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Depression inhibits the anti-inflammatory effects of leisure time physical activity and light to moderate alcohol consumption.

PMID 23541381
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The Association Between Measures of Inflammation and Psychological Factors Associated with an Increased Risk of Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease: Hostility, Anger and Depressed Mood and Symptoms

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Low Beta-Carotene Levels are Associated with Elevated Insulin and Insulin Resistance in Healthy African American Men and Women

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Depression Inhibits the Positive Effects of Exercise and Light-to-Moderate Alcohol Consumption on C-Reactive Protein Levels

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DEPRESSION REVERSES THE ANTI-INFLAMMATORY PROPERTIES OF LIGHT-TO-MODERATE ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION

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Changes in spirituality partly explain health-related quality of life outcomes after Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction.

PMID 21360283
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Cardiovascular and psychological reactivity and recovery from harassment in a biracial sample of high and low hostile men and women.

PMID 20635176
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A PILOT STUDY: IMPROVEMENT IN INSOMNIA SEVERITY IS ASSOCIATED WITH DECREASED SOLUBLE CD4-LIGAND IN HIV-SEROPOSITIVE PATIENTS

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Dimensions across measures of dispositional hostility, expressive style, and depression show some variation by race/ethnicity and gender in young adults

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Introduction to the Special Issue of Brain, Behavior, and Immunity: Gender, Ethnicity and Immunity: the new frontier.

PMID 19249345
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Sex and gender in psychoneuroimmunology research: past, present and future.

PMID 19272440
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Stress-induced changes in the expression of monocytic beta2-integrins: the impact of arousal of negative affect and adrenergic responses to the Anger Recall Interview.

PMID 18955128
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Offspring of patients with diabetes exhibit a clustering of psychosocial distress and inflammatory and metabolic risk factors.

PMID 18955713
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Self-reported symptoms of sleep disturbance and inflammation, coagulation, insulin resistance and psychosocial distress: evidence for gender disparity.

PMID 18328671
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Psychosocial distress, metabolic and inflammatory abnormalities in first-degree relatives of diabetic subjects

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Hostility, anger, and depression predict increases in C3 over a 10-year period.

PMID 17321106
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Gender as moderator of inflammatory markers and risk of type 2 diabetes in apparently healthy subjects

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Covariation of psychological attributes and incident coronary heart disease in U.S. Air Force veterans of the Vietnam war.

PMID 17079707
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Increases in stimulated secretion of proinflammatory cytokines by blood monocytes following arousal of negative affect: the role of insulin resistance as moderator.

PMID 16288846
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Sex differences in the relation of depressive symptoms, hostility, and anger expression to indices of glucose metabolism in nondiabetic adults.

PMID 16846323
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The relation of free plasma tryptophan to anger, hostility, and aggression in a nonpatient sample of adult men and women.

PMID 16700639
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Enhanced expression of cytokines and chemokines by blood monocytes to in vitro lipopolysaccharide stimulation are associated with hostility and severity of depressive symptoms in healthy women.

PMID 15219635
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C-reactive protein is associated with psychological risk factors of cardiovascular disease in apparently healthy adults.

PMID 15385692
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Ethnicity, gender, and age effects on adrenoceptors and physiological responses to emotional stress.

PMID 15102131
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Hostility, coronary risk, and alpha-adrenergic to beta-adrenergic receptor density ratio - Response

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Hostility, coronary risk, and alpha-adrenergic to beta-adrenergic receptor density ratio.

PMID 15039518
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Plasma interleukin-6 is associated with psychological coronary risk factors: moderation by use of multivitamin supplements.

PMID 12831832
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Hostility, social support, and adrenergic receptor responsiveness among African-American and white men and women.

PMID 12883108
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Joint effect of hostility and severity of depressive symptoms on plasma interleukin-6 concentration.

PMID 12883100
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The relation of severity of depressive symptoms to monocyte-associated proinflammatory cytokines and chemokines in apparently healthy men.

PMID 12764208
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Serotonin-related gene polymorphisms and central nervous system serotonin function.

PMID 12629534
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The relation of aggression, hostility, and anger to lipopolysaccharide-stimulated tumor necrosis factor (TNF)-alpha by blood monocytes from normal men.

PMID 12480498
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Psychosocial risk factors for CHD and biobehavioral mechanisms: The role of CNS serotonin and serotonin-related genes

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Severity of depressive symptoms and hostility jointly predict interleukin-6 levels in healthy men

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Central nervous system serotonin function and cardiovascular responses to stress.

PMID 11292279
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Lower SES and increased illness risk: A role for gene-environment interactions?

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Gender, hostility & lymphocyte CD62L

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34. Serotonin transporter genotypes, CSF 5HIAA, and cardiovascular reactivity to stress

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Physiological stress response of the neuroendocrine system during outdoor adventure tasks

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Serotonin transporter promoter genotypes, CNS serotonin turnover, and cardiovascular reactivity to stress

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CSF-5-HIAA, stress, and cytokine and adhesion molecule expression on blood monocytes

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Relations of trait depression and anxiety to low lipid and lipoprotein concentrations in healthy young adult women.

PMID 10367605
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Hostility-related differences in the associations between stress-induced physiological reactivity and lipid concentrations in young healthy women.

PMID 16250687
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Hostility and adrenergic receptor responsiveness: evidence of reduced beta-receptor responsiveness in high hostile men.

PMID 9532555
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Neuroendocrine, cardiovascular, and emotional responses of hostile men: the role of interpersonal challenge.

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The relation of hostility to lipids and lipoproteins in women: evidence for the role of antagonistic hostility.

PMID 9989309
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THE JOINT EFFECT OF SOCIAL SUPPORT AND HOSTILITY ON BETA2-ADRENOCEPTOR FUNCTION

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The relationship between hostility and beta-adrenergic receptor physiology in health young males.

PMID 9316180
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Stress in employed women: impact of marital status and children at home on neurohormone output and home strain.

PMID 9251153
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Psychosocial correlates of job strain in a sample of working women.

PMID 9193195
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Differential responsivity of monocyte cytokine and adhesion proteins in high- and low-hostile humans.

PMID 16250732
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Personality factors differentially predict exercise behavior in men and women.

PMID 9106371
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Relation of mood ratings and neurohormonal responses during daily life in employed women.

PMID 16250739
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The influence of dietary cholesterol on cardiac and hepatic Beta-adrenergic receptors in egyptian sand rats.

PMID 16250738
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Cardiovascular reactivity among hostile men and women: the effects of sex and anger suppression.

PMID 9332156
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VIOLENCE IN THE MEDIA - EFFECTS OF AFFECTIVE RESPONSE, GENDER AND HOSTILITY OF THE VIEWER UPON NEUROENDOCRINE REACTIVITY

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INCREASED DEPRESSION AND ANXIETY ARE ASSOCIATED WITH LOWER LIPIDS

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NEUROENDOCRINE RESPONSES ARE ASSOCIATED WITH LIPIDS IN HOSTILE WOMEN

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HOSTILITY IS ASSOCIATED WITH LYMPHOCYTE BETA2 ADRENERGIC-RECEPTOR ADENYLATE-CYCLASE ACTIVITY

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Cardiovascular and emotional responses in women: the role of hostility and harassment.

PMID 8293729
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Stress and lipoprotein metabolism: modulators and mechanisms.

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Biobehavioral basis of coronary-prone behavior in middle-age men. Part II: Serum cholesterol, the Type A behavior pattern, and hostility as interactive modulators of physiological reactivity.

PMID 1758939
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Biobehavioral basis of coronary-prone behavior in middle-aged men. Part I: Evidence for chronic SNS activation in Type As.

PMID 1661901
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DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF ANTAGONISTIC AND NEUROTIC HOSTILITY ON CARDIOVASCULAR-RESPONSES IN WOMEN

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Ambulatory blood pressure responses during daily life in high and low hostile patients with a recent myocardial infarction

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HOSTILITY LEVELS AT AGE-19 PREDICT LIPID RISK PROFILES AT AGE-42

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ORAL-CONTRACEPTIVE USAGE AFFECTS CARDIOVASCULAR-RESPONSES IN LOW HOSTILE WOMEN

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The relationships between dimensions of hostility and cardiovascular reactivity as a function of task characteristics.

PMID 2247561
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CARDIOVASCULAR LEVELS DURING ENVIRONMENTAL CHALLENGES IN HIGH AND LOW HOSTILE PATIENTS WITH A RECENT MYOCARDIAL-INFARCTION

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Situational determinants of cardiovascular and emotional reactivity in high and low hostile men.

PMID 2772105
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TYPE-A BEHAVIOR AND CHOLESTEROL LEVELS PREDICT NEURO-ENDOCRINE REACTIVITY TO MENTAL ARITHMETIC STRESS

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Stimulus-specific patterns of cardiovascular reactivity in type A and B subjects: evidence for enhanced vagal reactivity in type B.

PMID 3406332
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BIOLOGICAL MECHANISMS OF CORONARY-PRONE BEHAVIOR IN MIDDLE-AGED MEN

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HIGH SCORES ON THE COOK AND MEDLEY HOSTILITY (HO) SCALE PREDICT INCREASED CARDIOVASCULAR-RESPONSES TO HARASSMENT

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AUTONOMIC BALANCE IN TYPE-A AND TYPE-B PERSONS - LARGER FOREARM VASOCONSTRICTION AND VAGAL REFLEX IN TYPE-BS DURING COLD FACE STIMULUS

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Predicting Math Anxiety and Course Performance in College Women and Men

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The type A behavior pattern, physical fitness, and psychophysiological reactivity.

PMID 4018005
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