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Mariella Panagiotopoulou
Christoforos Papasavvas
Gabrielle Schroeder
Dr Rhys Thomas
Dr Peter Taylor
et al.
Fluctuations in EEG band power at subject-specific timescales over minutes to days explain changes in seizure evolutions2022
Christoforos Papasavvas
Dr Peter Taylor
Dr Yujiang Wang
Long-term changes in functional connectivity improve prediction of responses to intracranial stimulation of the human brain2022
Dr Peter Taylor
Christoforos Papasavvas
Tom Owen
Gabrielle Schroeder
Dr Yujiang Wang
et al.
Normative brain mapping of interictal intracranial EEG to localize epileptogenic tissue2022
Dr Peter Taylor
Altered Structural Brain Networks in Refractory and Nonrefractory Idiopathic Generalized Epilepsy2021
Dr Peter Taylor
Altered structural connectome in non-lesional newly diagnosed focal epilepsy: Relation to pharmacoresistance2021
Dr Peter Taylor
Dr Rhys Thomas
Artificial intelligence for classification of temporal lobe epilepsy with ROI-level MRI data: A worldwide ENIGMA-Epilepsy study2021
Dr Sriharsha Ramaraju
Dr Yujiang Wang
Dr Rob Forsyth
Dr Peter Taylor
Carbogen inhalation during Non-Convulsive Status Epilepticus: A quantitative exploratory analysis of EEG recordings2021
Nishant Sinha
Gabrielle Schroeder
Dr Yujiang Wang
Dr Peter Taylor
Focal to bilateral tonic–clonic seizures are associated with widespread network abnormality in temporal lobe epilepsy.2021
Dr Yujiang Wang
Karoline Leiberg
Dr Joe Necus
Dr Peter Taylor
Independent components of human brain morphology2021
Tom Owen
Dr Yujiang Wang
Dr Peter Taylor
Multivariate white matter alterations are associated with epilepsy duration2021
Nishant Sinha
Dr Yujiang Wang
Nadia Moreira da Silva
Dr Peter Taylor
Structural brain network abnormalities and the probability of seizure recurrence after epilepsy surgery2021
Christoforos Papasavvas
Gabrielle Schroeder
Dr Peter Taylor
Dr Yujiang Wang
Band power modulation through intracranial EEG stimulation and its cross-session consistency2020
Dr Yujiang Wang
Nishant Sinha
Gabrielle Schroeder
Dr Sriharsha Ramaraju
Dr Peter Taylor
et al.
Interictal intracranial electroencephalography for predicting surgical success: The importance of space and time2020
Nadia Moreira da Silva
Christopher Cowie
Professor Andrew Blamire
Dr Rob Forsyth
Dr Peter Taylor
et al.
Investigating brain network changes and their association with cognitive recovery after Traumatic Brain Injury: a longitudinal analysis2020
Dr Rob Forsyth
Dr Peter Taylor
Network reorganisation following anterior temporal lobe resection and relation with post-surgery seizure relapse: a longitudinal study2020
Dr Joe Necus
Tom Owen
Professor Marcus Kaiser
Dr Peter Taylor
Dr Yujiang Wang
et al.
Reliability and comparability of human brain structural covariance networks2020
Dr Sriharsha Ramaraju
Dr Yujiang Wang
Nishant Sinha
Dr Peter Taylor
Removal of Interictal MEG-Derived Network Hubs Is Associated With Postoperative Seizure Freedom2020
Gabrielle Schroeder
Professor Andrew Trevelyan
Dr Rob Forsyth
Professor Andrew Jackson
Dr Peter Taylor
et al.
Seizure pathways change on circadian and slower timescales in individual patients with focal epilepsy2020
Dr Peter Taylor
Dr Rhys Thomas
The ENIGMA-Epilepsy working group: Mapping disease from large data sets2020
Dr Peter Taylor
Dr Rhys Thomas
White matter abnormalities across different epilepsy syndromes in adults: an ENIGMA-Epilepsy study2020
Nishant Sinha
Dr Yujiang Wang
Professor Marcus Kaiser
Dr Rob Forsyth
Dr Peter Taylor
et al.
Computer modelling of connectivity change suggests epileptogenesis mechanisms in idiopathic generalised epilepsy2019
Dr Peter Taylor
Professor Andrew Blamire
Dr Yujiang Wang
Dr Rob Forsyth
Early deviation from normal structural connectivity: A novel intrinsic severity score for mild TBI2019
Dr Yujiang Wang
Joe Necus
Dr Luis Peraza Rodriguez
Dr Peter Taylor
Human cortical folding across regions within individual brains follows universal scaling law2019
Joe Necus
Dr Fiona Smith
Professor Peter Thelwall
Carly Flowers
Nishant Sinha
et al.
Quantification of brain proton longitudinal relaxation (T1) in lithium‐treated and lithium‐naïve patients with bipolar disorder in comparison to healthy controls2019
Joe Necus
Nishant Sinha
Dr Fiona Smith
Professor Peter Thelwall
Carly Flowers
et al.
White matter microstructural properties in bipolar disorder in relationship to the spatial distribution of lithium in the brain2019
Dr David Cousins
Dr Fiona Smith
Joe Necus
Professor Peter Thelwall
Carly Flowers
et al.
Imaging the distribution and effects of lithium in the brain in bipolar disorder2018
Dr Peter Taylor
Nishant Sinha
Dr Yujiang Wang
The impact of epilepsy surgery on the structural connectome and its relation to outcome2018
Dr Peter Taylor
Dr Yujiang Wang
Design principle for a population-based model of epileptic dynamics2017
Dr Yujiang Wang
Professor Andrew Trevelyan
Dr Peter Taylor
Professor Marcus Kaiser
Mechanisms underlying different onset patterns of focal seizures2017
Nishant Sinha
Professor Marcus Kaiser
Dr Yujiang Wang
Dr Peter Taylor
Predicting neurosurgical outcomes in focal epilepsy patients using computational modelling2017
Nishant Sinha
Professor Marcus Kaiser
Dr Yujiang Wang
Dr Peter Taylor
Reply: Computer models to inform epilepsy surgery strategies: Prediction of postoperative outcome2017
Dr Peter Taylor
Dr Yujiang Wang
Understanding Epileptiform After-Discharges as Rhythmic Oscillatory Transients2017
Dr Peter Taylor
Dr Yujiang Wang
Professor Marcus Kaiser
Within brain area tractography suggests local modularity using high resolution connectomics2017
Dr Peter Taylor
Dr Rob Forsyth
Heterogeneity of trans-callosal structural connectivity and effects on resting state subnetwork integrity may underlie both wanted and unwanted effects of therapeutic corpus callostomy2016
Dr Peter Taylor
Professor Marcus Kaiser
Optimal control based seizure abatement using patient derived connectivity2015
Dr Frances Turner
Dr Peter Taylor
Professor Marcus Kaiser
Predicting Surgery Targets in Temporal Lobe Epilepsy through Structural Connectome Based Simulations2015
Dr Peter Taylor
Dr Cheol Han
Professor Marcus Kaiser
Structural connectivity changes in temporal lobe epilepsy: Spatial features contribute more than topological measures2015
Dr Anna Basu
Dr Peter Taylor
Dr Eva Lowther
Professor Andrew Blamire
Dr Rob Forsyth
et al.
Structural connectivity in a paediatric case of anarchic hand syndrome2015
Dr Peter Taylor
Professor Marcus Kaiser
The Structural Connectivity of Generalised Epilepsy Using Network Analyses2015
Dr Peter Taylor
Dr Yujiang Wang
A Computational Study of Stimulus Driven Epileptic Seizure Abatement2014
Dr Yujiang Wang
Dr Peter Taylor
An in silico approach for pre-surgical evaluation of an epileptic cortex2014
Nishant Sinha
Dr Peter Taylor
Development of optimal stimuli in a heterogeneous model of epileptic spike-wave oscillations2014
Dr Yujiang Wang
Dr Peter Taylor
Dynamic Mechanisms of Neocortical Focal Seizure Onset2014
Dr Peter Taylor
Professor Marcus Kaiser
Structural connectivity based whole brain modelling in epilepsy2014
Dr Peter Taylor
Dr Yujiang Wang
A model of stimulus induced epileptic spike-wave discharges2013
Dr Yujiang Wang
Dr Peter Taylor
Computational modelling of micro-seizures and focal seizure onset2013
Dr Peter Taylor
Dr Yujiang Wang
Towards a large-scale model of patient-specific epileptic spike-wave discharges2013
Dr Peter Taylor
Dr Yujiang Wang
Modelling the role of tissue heterogeneity in epileptic rhythms2012
Dr Yujiang Wang
Dr Peter Taylor
Phase space approach for modeling of epileptic dynamics2012
Dr Peter Taylor
Systems biology tools for toxicology2012
Dr Peter Taylor
Dr Yujiang Wang
The importance of modeling epileptic seizure dynamics as spatio-temporal patterns2012
Dr Peter Taylor
A spatially extended model for macroscopic spike-wave discharges2011