John S. Pezaris

Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA 
Visual Prosthesis, Functional Microcircuitry
"John Pezaris"
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Rassia KEK, Pezaris JS. (2018) Improvement in reading performance through training with simulated thalamic visual prostheses. Scientific Reports. 8: 16310
Killian NJ, Vurro M, Keith SB, et al. (2016) Perceptual learning in a non-human primate model of artificial vision. Scientific Reports. 6: 36329
Vurro M, Crowell AM, Pezaris JS. (2014) Simulation of thalamic prosthetic vision: reading accuracy, speed, and acuity in sighted humans. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 8: 816
Jeffries AM, Killian NJ, Pezaris JS. (2014) Mapping the primate lateral geniculate nucleus: a review of experiments and methods. Journal of Physiology, Paris. 108: 3-10
Bourkiza B, Vurro M, Jeffries A, et al. (2013) Visual acuity of simulated thalamic visual prostheses in normally sighted humans. Plos One. 8: e73592
Pezaris JS, Eskandar EN. (2009) Getting signals into the brain: visual prosthetics through thalamic microstimulation. Neurosurgical Focus. 27: E6
Pezaris JS, Reid RC. (2009) Simulations of electrode placement for a thalamic visual prosthesis. Ieee Transactions On Bio-Medical Engineering. 56: 172-8
Pezaris JS, Reid RC. (2007) Demonstration of artificial visual percepts generated through thalamic microstimulation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 104: 7670-5
Kara P, Pezaris JS, Yurgenson S, et al. (2002) The spatial receptive field of thalamic inputs to single cortical simple cells revealed by the interaction of visual and electrical stimulation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 99: 16261-6
Pesaran B, Pezaris JS, Sahani M, et al. (2002) Temporal structure in neuronal activity during working memory in macaque parietal cortex. Nature Neuroscience. 5: 805-11
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