Benoit P. Delhaye, Ph.D.

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2015- Organismal Biology and Anatomy University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 
Area:
Somatosensory neuroscience
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Delhaye BP, Long KH, Bensmaia SJ. (2018) Neural Basis of Touch and Proprioception in Primate Cortex. Comprehensive Physiology. 8: 1575-1602
Barrea A, Delhaye BP, Lefèvre P, et al. (2018) Perception of partial slips under tangential loading of the fingertip. Scientific Reports. 8: 7032
Graczyk EL, Delhaye B, Schiefer MA, et al. (2018) Sensory adaptation to electrical stimulation of the somatosensory nerves. Journal of Neural Engineering
Saal HP, Delhaye BP, Rayhaun BC, et al. (2017) Simulating tactile signals from the whole hand with millisecond precision. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Delhaye BP, Schluter EW, Bensmaia SJ. (2016) Robo-Psychophysics: Extracting Behaviorally Relevant Features from the Output of Sensors on a Prosthetic Finger. Ieee Transactions On Haptics. 9: 499-507
Delhaye BP, Saal HP, Bensmaia SJ. (2016) Key considerations in designing a somatosensory neuroprosthesis. Journal of Physiology, Paris
Graczyk EL, Schiefer MA, Saal HP, et al. (2016) The neural basis of perceived intensity in natural and artificial touch. Science Translational Medicine. 8: 362ra142
Delhaye B, Barrea A, Edin BB, et al. (2016) Surface strain measurements of fingertip skin under shearing. Journal of the Royal Society, Interface / the Royal Society. 13
Delhaye B, Lefèvre P, Thonnard JL. (2014) Dynamics of fingertip contact during the onset of tangential slip. Journal of the Royal Society, Interface / the Royal Society. 11: 20140698
Delhaye B, Hayward V, Lefèvre P, et al. (2012) Texture-induced vibrations in the forearm during tactile exploration. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 6: 37
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