John H. Wittig, Ph.D.

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University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
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Silicon Retinas, Neuromorphic Systems
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Kwabena Boahen grad student 2007 Penn
 (Biophysical mechanisms for precise temporal signaling in the auditory system.)
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Vaz AP, Wittig JH, Inati SK, et al. (2020) Replay of cortical spiking sequences during human memory retrieval. Science (New York, N.Y.). 367: 1131-1134
Chapeton JI, Haque R, Wittig JH, et al. (2019) Large-Scale Communication in the Human Brain Is Rhythmically Modulated through Alpha Coherence. Current Biology : Cb
El-Kalliny MM, Wittig JH, Sheehan TC, et al. (2019) Changing temporal context in human temporal lobe promotes memory of distinct episodes. Nature Communications. 10: 203
Wittig JH, Jang AI, Cocjin JB, et al. (2018) Publisher Correction: Attention improves memory by suppressing spiking-neuron activity in the human anterior temporal lobe. Nature Neuroscience
Wittig JH, Jang AI, Cocjin JB, et al. (2018) Attention improves memory by suppressing spiking-neuron activity in the human anterior temporal lobe. Nature Neuroscience
Sreekumar V, Wittig JH, Sheehan TC, et al. (2017) Principled Approaches to Direct Brain Stimulation for Cognitive Enhancement. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 11: 650
Trotta MS, Cocjin J, Whitehead E, et al. (2017) Surface based electrode localization and standardized regions of interest for intracranial EEG. Human Brain Mapping
Jang AI, Wittig JH, Inati SK, et al. (2017) Human Cortical Neurons in the Anterior Temporal Lobe Reinstate Spiking Activity during Verbal Memory Retrieval. Current Biology : Cb
Vaz AP, Yaffe RB, Wittig JH, et al. (2017) `Dual origins of measured phase-amplitude coupling reveal distinct neural mechanisms underlying human episodic memory in the human cortex. Neuroimage
Haque RU, Wittig JH, Damera SR, et al. (2015) Cortical Low-Frequency Power and Progressive Phase Synchrony Precede Successful Memory Encoding. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 35: 13577-86
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