Simon A. Sharples, PhD

2010-2012 Kinesiology Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada 
 2012-2018 Neuroscience Hotchkiss Brain Institute, University of Calgary 
 2019- School of Psychology and Neuroscience University of St. Andrews, Saint Andrews, Scotland, United Kingdom 
Motor Control, Neurophysiology
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Sharples SA, Parker J, Vargas A, et al. (2022) Contributions of h- and Na/K Pump Currents to the Generation of Episodic and Continuous Rhythmic Activities. Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience. 15: 715427
Sharples SA, Miles GB. (2021) Maturation of persistent and hyperpolarization-activated inward currents shapes the differential activation of motoneuron subtypes during postnatal development. Elife. 10
Sharples SA, Burma NE, Borowska-Fielding J, et al. (2020) A dynamic role for dopamine receptors in the control of mammalian spinal networks. Scientific Reports. 10: 16429
Dalrymple AN, Sharples SA, Osachoff N, et al. (2019) A Supervised Machine Learning Approach to Characterize Spinal Network Function. Journal of Neurophysiology
Sharples SA, Whelan PJ. (2018) Marking the differences in motoneurons. Elife. 7
Kim LH, Sharma S, Sharples SA, et al. (2017) Integration of Descending Command Systems for the Generation of Context-Specific Locomotor Behaviors. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 11: 581
Jean-Xavier C, Sharples SA, Mayr KA, et al. (2017) Retracing your footsteps: developmental insights to spinal network plasticity following injury. Journal of Neurophysiology. jn.00575.2017
Sharples SA. (2017) Dopamine pumping up spinal locomotor network function Journal of Neuroscience. 37: 3103 - 3105
Sharples SA. (2017) Dopamine Pumping Up Spinal Locomotor Network Function. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 37: 3103-3105
Sharples SA, Whelan PJ. (2017) Modulation of Rhythmic Activity in Mammalian Spinal Networks Is Dependent on Excitability State. Eneuro. 4
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