Garrett B. Stanley

Affiliations: 
Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA 
Area:
systems
Website:
http://www.stanley.bme.gatech.edu/
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Waiblinger C, Whitmire CJ, Sederberg A, et al. (2018) Primary tactile thalamus spiking reflects cognitive signals. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Bolus MF, Willats AA, Whitmire CJ, et al. (2018) Design strategies for dynamic closed-loop optogenetic neurocontrol in vivo. Journal of Neural Engineering
Borden PY, Ortiz AD, Waiblinger C, et al. (2017) Erratum: Genetically expressed voltage sensor ArcLight for imaging large scale cortical activity in the anesthetized and awake mouse (erratum). Neurophotonics. 4: 039801
Borden PY, Ortiz AD, Waiblinger C, et al. (2017) Genetically expressed voltage sensor ArcLight for imaging large scale cortical activity in the anesthetized and awake mouse. Neurophotonics. 4: 031212
Whitmire CJ, Stanley GB. (2016) Rapid Sensory Adaptation Redux: A Circuit Perspective. Neuron. 92: 298-315
Whitmire CJ, Millard DC, Stanley GB. (2016) Thalamic state control of cortical paired-pulse dynamics. Journal of Neurophysiology. jn.00415.2016
Puntkattalee MJ, Whitmire CJ, Macklin AS, et al. (2016) Directional acuity of whole-body perturbations during standing balance. Gait & Posture. 48: 77-82
Gollnick CA, Millard DC, Ortiz AD, et al. (2016) Response reliability observed with voltage-sensitive dye imaging of cortical layer 2/3: The Probability of Activation Hypothesis. Journal of Neurophysiology. jn.00547.2015
Whitmire CJ, Waiblinger C, Schwarz C, et al. (2016) Information Coding through Adaptive Gating of Synchronized Thalamic Bursting. Cell Reports
Puntkattalee MJ, Whitmire CJ, Macklin AS, et al. (2016) Directional acuity of whole-body perturbations during standing balance Gait and Posture. 48: 77-82
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