Daniel Handwerker

Affiliations: 
National Institute of Mental Health, Bethesda, MD, United States 
Area:
Hemodynamic signals, aging
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Steven Yantis research assistant Johns Hopkins
Mark D'Esposito grad student 2000-2005 UC Berkeley
 (Assessing variability of the fMRI BOLD response to neural activity.)
Peter A. Bandettini post-doc NIMH
Roland Henry post-doc UCSF
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Gonzalez-Castillo J, Fernandez IS, Handwerker DA, et al. (2022) Ultra-slow fMRI fluctuations in the fourth ventricle as a marker of drowsiness. Neuroimage. 119424
Yu Y, Huber L, Yang J, et al. (2021) Layer-specific activation in human primary somatosensory cortex during tactile temporal prediction error processing. Neuroimage. 248: 118867
Levitis E, van Praag CDG, Gau R, et al. (2021) Centering inclusivity in the design of online conferences-An OHBM-Open Science perspective. Gigascience. 10
Chai Y, Liu TT, Marrett S, et al. (2021) Topographical and Laminar Distribution of Audiovisual Processing within Human Planum Temporale. Progress in Neurobiology. 102121
Yang J, Molfese PJ, Yu Y, et al. (2021) Different activation signatures in the primary sensorimotor and higher-level regions for haptic three-dimensional curved surface exploration. Neuroimage. 117754
Handwerker DA, Ianni G, Gutierrez B, et al. (2020) Theta-burst TMS to the posterior superior temporal sulcus decreases resting-state fMRI connectivity across the face processing network. Network Neuroscience (Cambridge, Mass.). 4: 746-760
Jo HJ, Reynolds RC, Gotts SJ, et al. (2020) Fast detection and reduction of local transient artifacts in resting-state fMRI. Computers in Biology and Medicine. 120: 103742
Finn ES, Glerean E, Khojandi AY, et al. (2020) Idiosynchrony: From shared responses to individual differences during naturalistic neuroimaging. Neuroimage. 215: 116828
Huber L, Finn ES, Handwerker DA, et al. (2019) Sub-millimeter fMRI reveals multiple topographical digit representations that form action maps in human motor cortex. Neuroimage. 116463
Gonzalez-Castillo J, Caballero-Gaudes C, Topolski N, et al. (2019) Imaging the spontaneous flow of thought: Distinct periods of cognition contribute to dynamic functional connectivity during rest. Neuroimage. 116129
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