Institute for Behavioral Medicine Research

MalarkeyWilliamAssociate Director, Institute for Behavioral Medicine Research
Director, Ohio State Clinical Research Center
Faculty Emeritus of the Department of Internal Medicine
Retiree-Faculty Emeritus of the Department of Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism

Institute for Behavioral Medicine Research
480 Medical Center Dr.
Columbus, OH 43210

Selected Publications:

McGuire, Lynanne; Heffner, Kathi; Glaser, Ronald; Needleman, Bradley; Malarkey, William; Dickinson, Stephanie; Lemeshow, Stanley; Cook, Charles; Muscarella, Peter; Melvin, William Scott; Ellison, Edwin Christopher; Kiecolt-Glaser, Janice K. "Pain and wound healing in surgical patients.." Annals of behavioral medicine : a publication of the Society of Behavioral Medicine. Vol. 31, no. 2. (January 2006.): 165-72.

Reider, C., Malarkey, W., Nagaraja, H.. "GCRC subject satisfation survey: what you do know can help you.." Journal of Clinical Research Best Practices.. Vol. 3, (January 2007.)

Reider C, Malarkey W, Nagaraja H.. "GCRC subject satisfaction survey: what you do know can help you.." Journal of Clinical Research Best Practices. no. 3. (January 2007.)

Fristad M, Nadkarni-DeAngelis R, Kiecolt-Glaser J, Glaser R, Malarkey W.. "Caregiver stress in parents of children with mood disorders.." New Research in Mental Health.. no. 17. (January 2007.): 174-186.

Kiecolt-Glaser J, Graham J, Malarkey W, Glaser R, Lemeshow S, Porter K.. "Olfactory influences on mood and autonomic, endocrine and immune function.." Psychoneuroendocrinology. (January 2007.)

Gouin, JP, Kiecolt-Glaser, JK, Malarkey, WB and Glaser, R. "The influence of anger expression on Wound Healing." Brain, Behavior and Immunity. Vol. 5, no. 22. (January 2008.): 699-708.

PubMed articles


MD: University of Pittsburgh

Editorial Activities:

  • 1978-present  Cancer Center Core Grant, Ohio State University
  • 1982-present  Institutional Grant, American Cancer Society
  • 1996-present  NIH-NIMH Ad Hoc Study Section


  • 2005 America's Best Doctors
  • 2006 Best Doctors in America
  • 2014 Ohio State University Study Shows How Trouble Marriage, Depression History Promote Obesity
  • 2014 health24, A troubled marriage may lead to weight gain
  • 2011 The Columbus Dispatch, Fish oil clams anxiety, OSU study finds

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