Michael Vesia

York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada 
"Michael Vesia"
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Baarbé J, Vesia M, Brown M, et al. (2021) Interhemispheric interactions between the right angular gyrus and the left motor cortex: a transcranial magnetic stimulation study. Journal of Neurophysiology
Goldenkoff ER, McGregor HR, Mergos J, et al. (2020) Reversal of Visual Feedback Modulates Somatosensory Plasticity. Neuroscience
Ni Z, McCabe S, Novak C, et al. (2020) Plastic changes in the brain after human hand allotransplantation. Neurology
Brown MJN, Goldenkoff ER, Chen R, et al. (2019) Using Dual-Site Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation to Probe Connectivity between the Dorsolateral Prefrontal Cortex and Ipsilateral Primary Motor Cortex in Humans. Brain Sciences. 9
Brown MJN, Weissbach A, Pauly MG, et al. (2019) Somatosensory-motor cortex interactions measured using dual-site transcranial magnetic stimulation. Brain Stimulation
Vesia M, Pellicciari R, Cash RFH, et al. (2019) Learning from Goal and Action Based Observations Differentially Modulates Functional Motor Cortical Plasticity. Neuroscience
Isayama R, Vesia M, Jegatheeswaran G, et al. (2019) Rubber Hand Illusion Modulates the Influences of Somatosensory and Parietal Inputs to the Motor Cortex. Journal of Neurophysiology
Vesia M, Culham JC, Jegatheeswaran G, et al. (2018) Functional interaction between human dorsal premotor cortex and the ipsilateral primary motor cortex for grasp plans: a dual-site TMS study. Neuroreport
McGregor HR, Vesia M, Rinchon C, et al. (2018) Changes in corticospinal excitability associated with motor learning by observing. Experimental Brain Research
Jegatheeswaran G, Vesia M, Isayama R, et al. (2018) Increases in motor cortical excitability during mirror visual feedback of a precision grasp is influenced by vision and movement of the opposite limb. Neuroscience Letters
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