Jerome N. Sanes

Affiliations: 
Brown University, Providence, RI 
Area:
neuroimaging
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Justin T. Baker research assistant 1995-1998 Brown
Matthew Bonser Johnson research assistant 2000-2002 Brown
Mrim Boutla post-doc 2003-2004 Brown
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Bédard P, Sanes JN. (2014) Brain representations for acquiring and recalling visual-motor adaptations. Neuroimage. 101: 225-35
Gorrostieta C, Ombao H, Bédard P, et al. (2012) Investigating brain connectivity using mixed effects vector autoregressive models. Neuroimage. 59: 3347-55
Bédard P, Sanes JN. (2011) Basal ganglia-dependent processes in recalling learned visual-motor adaptations. Experimental Brain Research. 209: 385-93
Bédard P, Wu M, Sanes JN. (2011) Brain activation related to combinations of gaze position, visual input, and goal-directed hand movements. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991). 21: 1273-82
Fiecas M, Ombao H, Linkletter C, et al. (2010) Functional connectivity: Shrinkage estimation and randomization test Neuroimage. 49: 3005-3014
Böhm H, Ombao H, von Sachs R, et al. (2010) Classification of multivariate non-stationary signals: The SLEX-shrinkage approach Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference. 140: 3754-3763
Sheinkopf SJ, Lester BM, Sanes JN, et al. (2009) Functional MRI and response inhibition in children exposed to cocaine in utero. Preliminary findings. Developmental Neuroscience. 31: 159-66
Bédard P, Sanes JN. (2009) On a basal ganglia role in learning and rehearsing visual-motor associations. Neuroimage. 47: 1701-10
Bédard P, Sanes JN. (2009) Gaze and hand position effects on finger-movement-related human brain activation. Journal of Neurophysiology. 101: 834-42
Philip BA, Wu Y, Donoghue JP, et al. (2008) Performance differences in visually and internally guided continuous manual tracking movements. Experimental Brain Research. 190: 475-91
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