Seth Hays

University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson, TX, United States 
Motor plasticity, stroke
"Seth Hays"
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Epperson JD, Meyers EC, Pruitt DT, et al. (2024) Characterization of an Algorithm for Autonomous, Closed-Loop Neuromodulation During Motor Rehabilitation. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair. 15459683241252599
Carroll AM, Riley JR, Borland MS, et al. (2024) Bursts of vagus nerve stimulation paired with auditory rehabilitation fail to improve speech sound perception in rats with hearing loss. Iscience. 27: 109527
Malley KM, Ruiz AD, Darrow MJ, et al. (2024) Neural Mechanisms Responsible for Vagus Nerve Stimulation-Dependent Enhancement of Somatosensory Recovery. Research Square
Ruiz AD, Malley KM, Danaphongse TT, et al. (2023) Vagus Nerve Stimulation Must Occur During Tactile Rehabilitation to Enhance Somatosensory Recovery. Neuroscience. 532: 79-86
Ruiz AD, Malley KM, Danaphongse TT, et al. (2023) Effective Delivery of Vagus Nerve Stimulation Requires Many Stimulations Per Session and Many Sessions Per Week Over Many Weeks to Improve Recovery of Somatosensation. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair. 15459683231197412
Hays SA, Rennaker RL, Kilgard MP. (2023) How to fail with paired VNS therapy. Brain Stimulation. 16: 1252-1258
Pruitt DT, Duong-Nguyen YN, Meyers EC, et al. (2022) Usage of RePlay as a Take-Home System to Support High-Repetition Motor Rehabilitation After Neurological Injury. Games For Health Journal
Souza RR, Powers MB, Rennaker RL, et al. (2022) Timing of vagus nerve stimulation during fear extinction determines efficacy in a rat model of PTSD. Scientific Reports. 12: 16526
Adcock KS, Danaphongse T, Jacob S, et al. (2022) Vagus nerve stimulation does not improve recovery of forelimb motor or somatosensory function in a model of neuropathic pain. Scientific Reports. 12: 9696
Morrison RA, Abe ST, Danaphongse T, et al. (2022) Common Cholinergic, Noradrenergic, and Serotonergic Drugs Do Not Block VNS-Mediated Plasticity. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 16: 849291
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