Dinesh G. Nair

2004 Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL, United States 
"Dinesh Nair"
Mean distance: 17.11 (cluster 23)


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J. A.S. Kelso grad student 2004 Florida Atlantic University
 (Neural substrates of movement and music: An fMRI approach.)
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Nair DG, Renga V, Lindenberg R, et al. (2011) Optimizing recovery potential through simultaneous occupational therapy and non-invasive brain-stimulation using tDCS. Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience. 29: 411-20
Lindenberg R, Renga V, Zhu LL, et al. (2010) Bihemispheric brain stimulation facilitates motor recovery in chronic stroke patients. Neurology. 75: 2176-84
Lindenberg R, Zhu L, Renga V, et al. (2009) Behavioral and Neural Effects of Bihemispheric Brain Stimulation on Stroke Recovery Neuroimage. 47
Lindenberg R, Renga V, Zhu L, et al. (2009) Relating Motor Impairment to Structural Integrity of Corticospinal Motor Fibers using Diffusion Tensor Imaging Neuroimage. 47
Schlaug G, Renga V, Nair D. (2008) Transcranial direct current stimulation in stroke recovery. Archives of Neurology. 65: 1571-6
Vines BW, Nair D, Schlaug G. (2008) Modulating activity in the motor cortex affects performance for the two hands differently depending upon which hemisphere is stimulated. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 28: 1667-73
Nair DG, Hutchinson S, Fregni F, et al. (2007) Imaging correlates of motor recovery from cerebral infarction and their physiological significance in well-recovered patients. Neuroimage. 34: 253-63
Vines BW, Nair DG, Schlaug G. (2006) Contralateral and ipsilateral motor effects after transcranial direct current stimulation. Neuroreport. 17: 671-4
Nair DG, Fuchs A, Burkart S, et al. (2005) Assessing recovery in middle cerebral artery stroke using functional MRI. Brain Injury. 19: 1165-76
Nair DG. (2005) About being BOLD. Brain Research. Brain Research Reviews. 50: 229-43
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