Robert S. Turner

University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, United States 
Motor control, basal ganglia, motor cortex, neurophysiology, Parkinson's disease
"Robert Turner"
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Pasquereau B, Turner RS. (2023) Neural dynamics underlying self-control in the primate subthalamic nucleus. Elife. 12
Disbrow EA, Glassy ND, Dressler EM, et al. (2022) Cortical oscillatory dysfunction in Parkinson disease during movement activation and inhibition. Plos One. 17: e0257711
Schwab BC, Kase D, Zimnik A, et al. (2020) Neural activity during a simple reaching task in macaques is counter to gating and rebound in basal ganglia-thalamic communication. Plos Biology. 18: e3000829
Fischer P, Lipski WJ, Neumann WJ, et al. (2020) Movement-related coupling of human subthalamic nucleus spikes to cortical gamma. Elife. 9
Alhourani A, Korzeniewska A, Wozny TA, et al. (2020) Subthalamic Nucleus Activity Influences Sensory and Motor Cortex during Force Transduction. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991)
Gittis AH, Turner RS. (2020) Decision letter: What is the true discharge rate and pattern of the striatal projection neurons in Parkinson’s disease and Dystonia? Elife
Chrabaszcz A, Neumann WJ, Stretcu O, et al. (2019) Subthalamic nucleus and sensorimotor cortex activity during speech production. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Neumann WJ, Turner RS, Blankertz B, et al. (2019) Toward Electrophysiology-Based Intelligent Adaptive Deep Brain Stimulation for Movement Disorders. Neurotherapeutics : the Journal of the American Society For Experimental Neurotherapeutics
Fischer P, Lipski WJ, Neumann W, et al. (2019) Author response: Movement-related coupling of human subthalamic nucleus spikes to cortical gamma Elife
Pasquereau B, Tremblay L, Turner RS. (2018) Local Field Potentials Reflect Dopaminergic and Non-Dopaminergic Activities within the Primate Midbrain. Neuroscience
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