Associate Professor, Center for Complex Systems and Brain Sciences and Psychology. Research area: development of visual and social cognition, functional brain development
Haist, F., & Anzures, G. (2017). Functional development of the brain’s face-processing system. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science, 8, doi: 10.1002/wcs.1423
Anzures, G., Goyet, L., Ganea, N., & Johnson, M. H. (2016). Enhanced ERPs to visual stimuli in unaffected male siblings of ASD children. Child Neuropsychology, 22, 220-237 doi: 10.1080/09297049.2014.988609
Associate Professor, Center for Complex Systems and Brain Sciences and Psychology. Research Area: Psychophysical and computational approaches to visual and multisensory perception and recognition.
Hahn, W. E., Lewkowitz, S., Lacombe Jr, D. C., & Barenholtz, E. (2015). Deep learning human actions from video via sparse filtering and locally competitive algorithms. Multimedia Tools and Applications , 1-14.
Barenholtz, E., Lewkowicz, D. J., Davidson, M., & Mavica, L. (2014). Categorical congruence facilitates multisensory associative learning. Psychonomic bulletin & review , 21 (5), 1346-1352.
Steven L. Bressler
Director, Professor, Center for Complex Systems and Brain Sciences and Psychology. Research Area: Investigation of cognitive processing through analysis of the large-scale dynamics of activity in the cerebral cortex using EEG, MEG, LFP.
Bressler, S. L., & Richter, C. G. (2015). Interareal oscillatory synchronization in top-down neocortical processing. Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 31, 62-66.
Asemi, A., Ramaseshan, K., Burgess, A., Diwadkar, V. A., & Bressler, S. L. (2015). Dorsal anterior cingulate cortex modulates supplementary motor area in coordinated unimanual motor behavior. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 9, 309.
Associate Professor, Department of Ocean and Mechanical Engineering, Center for Complex Systems and Brain Sciences. Research Area: Robotics and Prosthetics, Energy Harvesting, Sensor Design, Brain-Machine Interfaces, Bioinspiration and Biomimetics
Kent, N. Karnati, and E. Engeberg, “Electromyogram Synergy Control of a Dexterous Artificial Hand,” Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation, vol. 11, 2014, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/1743-0003-11-41
P. Kumar, R. Adams, A. Harkins, E. Engeberg, and R. Willits, “Stimulation frequency alters dorsal root ganglion neurite growth and directionality in vitro,” IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, vol. 63, p. 1257-1268, http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/TBME.2015.2492998
Professor, Center for Complex Systems and Brain Sciences and Physics and Biomedical Sciences. Research Area: Analysis of large scale brain activity patterns and combining noninvasive recording technologies, i.e. EEG, MEG, functional MRI and Diffusion Tensor Imaging.
Fuchs, A., et al. (2015). Diffusion Tensor Imaging in Mild Traumatic Brain Injuries–Acute State and Short-Term Recovery. Medical Research Archives , (4).
Fuchs, A. (2015). Spatial Spectral Analysis. Encyclopedia of Computational Neuroscience , 2780-2784.
Professor, Center for Complex Systems and Brain Sciences and Psychology. Research Area: Motion detection and motion pattern formation; dynamic computational models; new projects: 1) perceptual grouping, 2) visuo-locomotor coupling.
Hock, H.S., & Schoner, G. (2015). Nonlinear dynamics in the perceptual grouping of connected surfaces. Vision Research
Sammy Hong, Associate Professor.
Hong, S. W. , & Yoon, K. L. ( in press ). Intensity dependence of facial expression adaptation aftereffect. Psychonomic Bulletin and Reviews.
Eminent Scholar in Science, Center for Complex Systems and Brain Sciences and Professor of Psychology and Biological Sciences.
Research Area: The science of coordination (Coordination Dynamics): from neurons to people.
Joint Appointment, Professor, Charles E. Schmidt College of Biomedical Science, joint appointment at the Center for Complex Systems and Brain Sciences. Research Area: Ischemic adaptations, Neurodegenerative disease, Brain anoxia, Mitochondrial dysfunction and Aging processes.
Menzie, J., Pan, C., Prentice, H., & Wu, J. Y. (2014). Taurine and central nervous system disorders. Amino acids , 46 (1), 31-46.
Biswal, M. R., Prentice, H. M., Dorey, C. K., & Blanks, J. C. (2014). A hypoxia-responsive glial cell–specific gene therapy vector for targeting retinal neovascularization. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci , 55 , 8044-8053.
Shen, Wen. Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Biomedical Science. Research Area: how single neuron and complex of neuronal circuits interact at processing of visual information within retina in molecular and electrophysiological approaches.
Z Jiang, JN Yang, LA Purpura, YF Liu, H Ripps, W Shen (2014) Glycinergic feedback enhances synaptic gain in the distal retina. J Physiol. (London), 592 (7) 1479-1492. PMCID: PMC3979606.
J Yang, CL Nan, H Ripps, W Shen (2015) Destructive Changes in the Neuronal Structure of the FVB/N Mouse Retina. PLoS ONE 10(6): e0129719.doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0129719. PMCID: PMC4475023.
Assistant Professor, Center for Complex Systems and Brain Sciences and Psychology Research Area: the use psychophysics and fMRI to investigate how visual attention and working memory affect our representations of the external world. My research utilizes advanced topographic mapping techniques to tease apart functionally distinct regions of occipital, parietal and frontal cortices. Using these methods we can gain a better understanding of network dynamics that contribute to visual cognition
Sheremata, S.L., Silver, M.A. (2015) Hemisphere-dependent attentional modulation of human parietal visual field representations. Journal of Neuroscience 35(2): 508-17.
Sheremata, S.L., Shomstein, S. (2014) Hemifield asymmetries differentiate VSTM for single- and multiple-feature objects. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 76(6) 1609-19.
Robert W. Stackman
Professor, Center for Complex Systems and Brain Sciences and Psychology Research Area: Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, Spatial Navigation, Brain Representations of Space, Mouse models of Alzheimer's disease.
Cohen, S. J., & Stackman Jr, R. W. (2015). Assessing rodent hippocampal involvement in the novel object recognition task. A review. Behavioural brain research , 285 , 105-117.
Rabinowitz, A., Cohen, S. J., Finn, D. A., & Stackman, R. W. (2014). The neurosteroid allopregnanolone impairs object memory and contextual fear memory in male C57BL/6J mice. Hormones and behavior , 66 (2), 238-246.
Robert P. Vertes
Professor, Center for Complex Systems and Psychology. Research Area: Neurophysiology/Neuroanatomy. Functional organization of the brainstem and its role in controlling activity of the forebrain.
Vertes, R. P. (2015). Major diencephalic inputs to the hippocampus: supramammillary nucleus and nucleus reuniens. Circuitry and function. Progress in Brain Research .
Vertes, R. P., Linley, S. B., & Hoover, W. B. (2015). Limbic circuitry of the midline thalamus. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews , 54 , 89-107.
Jang Yen Wu
Professor and Schmidt Senior Fellow, Charles E. Schmidt College of Biomedical Science, joint appointment at the Center for Complex Systems and Brain Sciences. Research Area: Neuroscience, neurotransmitters and neurological disorders.
Modi, J.P., Gharibani, P.M., Ma, Z., Tao, R., Menzie, J., Prentice, H., and Wu J.-Y. (2014) Protective mechanism of sulindac in an animal model of ischemic stroke. Brain Res 1576:91-99.
Gharibani, P.M., Modi, J., Menzie, J., Genove, R., Ma, Z., Tao, R., Prentice, H., and Wu, J.-Y. (2014) Mode of action of S-methyl-N, N-diethylthiocarbamate sulfoxide (DETC-MeSO) as a novel therapy for stroke in a rat model. Mol Neurobiol DOI 10.1007/s12035-014-8658-0.