PhD, University of Washington
Department of Neurobiology
and Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition
University of Pittsburgh
3501 Fifth Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3301
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Basal ganglia and cortex in health and disease.
Dopamine neurons encode errors in predicting movement trigger occurrence.
Movement-related discharge in the macaque globus pallidus during high-frequency stimulation of the subthalamic nucleus.
Pallidal stimulation suppresses pathological dysrhythmia in the parkinsonian motor cortex.
Axonal and synaptic failure suppress the transfer of firing rate oscillations, synchrony and information during high frequency deep brain stimulation.
Primary motor cortex of the parkinsonian monkey: altered neuronal responses to muscle stretch.
Limited encoding of effort by dopamine neurons in a cost-benefit trade-off task.
Bursts and oscillations as independent properties of neural activity in the parkinsonian globus pallidus internus.
Motor sequences and the basal ganglia: kinematics, not habits.
Deep brain stimulation of the globus pallidus internus in the parkinsonian primate: local entrainment and suppression of low-frequency oscillations.
Testing basal ganglia motor functions through reversible inactivations in the posterior internal globus pallidus.
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