Jessica R Gilbert, Ph.D.
|2017-||Experimental Therapeutics and Pathophysiology Branch||National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) NIH|
Area:major depression, magnetoencephalography, effective connectivity, object processing, category-specificity, crossmodal binding
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|Nugent AC, Wills KE, Gilbert JR, et al. (2018) Synaptic potentiation and rapid antidepressant response to ketamine in treatment-resistant major depression: A replication study. Psychiatry Research. Neuroimaging. 283: 64-66|
|Gilbert JR, Yarrington JS, Wills KE, et al. (2018) Glutamatergic Signaling Drives Ketamine-Mediated Response in Depression: Evidence from Dynamic Causal Modeling. The International Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology|
|Gilbert JR, Moran RJ. (2016) Inputs to prefrontal cortex support visual recognition in the aging brain. Scientific Reports. 6: 31943|
|Gilbert JR, Symmonds M, Hanna MG, et al. (2015) Profiling neuronal ion channelopathies with non-invasive brain imaging and dynamic causal models: Case studies of single gene mutations. Neuroimage. 124: 43-53|
|Gilbert JR, Pillai AS, Horwitz B. (2013) Assessing crossmodal matching of abstract auditory and visual stimuli in posterior superior temporal sulcus with MEG. Brain and Cognition. 82: 161-70|
|Pillai AS, Gilbert JR, Horwitz B. (2013) Early sensory cortex is activated in the absence of explicit input during crossmodal item retrieval: evidence from MEG. Behavioural Brain Research. 238: 265-72|
|Gilbert JR, Shapiro LR, Barnes GR. (2012) A peak-clustering method for MEG group analysis to minimise artefacts due to smoothness. Plos One. 7: e45084|
|Gilbert JR, Gotts SJ, Carver FW, et al. (2010) Object repetition leads to local increases in the temporal coordination of neural responses. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 4: 30|