Ella Striem-Amit, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
 Hadassah Medical School, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel, Israel 
Area:
Sensory deprivation, Plasticity, Blindness, Dysmelia, Deafness
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Striem-Amit E, Wang X, Bi Y, et al. (2018) Neural representation of visual concepts in people born blind. Nature Communications. 9: 5250
Vannuscorps G, F Wurm M, Striem-Amit E, et al. (2018) Large-Scale Organization of the Hand Action Observation Network in Individuals Born Without Hands. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991)
Striem-Amit E, Vannuscorps G, Caramazza A. (2018) Plasticity based on compensatory effector use in the association but not primary sensorimotor cortex of people born without hands. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Striem-Amit E, Vannuscorps G, Caramazza A. (2017) Sensorimotor-independent development of hands and tools selectivity in the visual cortex. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Striem-Amit E, Almeida J, Belledonne M, et al. (2016) Topographical functional connectivity patterns exist in the congenitally, prelingually deaf. Scientific Reports. 6: 29375
Heimler B, Striem-Amit E, Amedi A. (2015) Origins of task-specific sensory-independent organization in the visual and auditory brain: neuroscience evidence, open questions and clinical implications. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 35: 169-177
Striem-Amit E, Ovadia-Caro S, Caramazza A, et al. (2015) Functional connectivity of visual cortex in the blind follows retinotopic organization principles. Brain : a Journal of Neurology. 138: 1679-95
Striem-Amit E, Amedi A. (2014) Visual cortex extrastriate body-selective area activation in congenitally blind people "seeing" by using sounds. Current Biology : Cb. 24: 687-92
Striem-Amit E, Cohen L, Dehaene S, et al. (2012) Reading with sounds: sensory substitution selectively activates the visual word form area in the blind. Neuron. 76: 640-52
Striem-Amit E, Guendelman M, Amedi A. (2012) 'Visual' acuity of the congenitally blind using visual-to-auditory sensory substitution. Plos One. 7: e33136
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