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Browsing publications by Dr Karen Fisher.

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Dr Claire Witham
Dr Karen Fisher
Professor Stuart Baker
Corticospinal Inputs to Primate Motoneurons Innervating the Forelimb from Two Divisions of Primary Motor Cortex and Area 3a2016
Dr Karen Fisher
Dr Ngalla Jillani
Professor Stuart Baker
Blocking central pathways in the primate motor system using high-frequency sinusoidal current2015
Professor Stuart Baker
Dr Boubker Zaaimi
Dr Karen Fisher
Dr Demetris Soteropoulos
Pathways mediating functional recovery2015
Dr Karen Fisher
Dr Ming Lai
Dr Bob Bicker
Professor Stuart Baker
Differences between Han Chinese and Caucasians in transcranial magnetic stimulation parameters2014
Dr Karen Fisher
Professor Patrick Chinnery
Professor Stuart Baker
Dr Mark Baker
Enhanced reticulospinal output in patients with (REEP1) hereditary spastic paraplegia type 312013
Dr Stephan Jaiser
Dr Karen Fisher
Dr Boubker Zaaimi
Dr James Miller
Professor Patrick Chinnery
et al.
15-30 HZ Intermuscular Coherence as a Potential Biomarker of Upper Motor Neuron Dysfunction in Motor Neuron Disease.2012
Dr Karen Fisher
Dr Boubker Zaaimi
Professor Stuart Baker
Dr Mark Baker
Beta-band intermuscular coherence: a novel biomarker of upper motor neuron dysfunction in motor neuron disease2012
Dr Karen Fisher
Dr Boubker Zaaimi
Professor Stuart Baker
Reticular formation responses to magnetic brain stimulation of primary motor cortex2012
Dr Karen Fisher
Dr Demetris Soteropoulos
Dr Claire Witham
The Motor Cortex and Descending Control of Movement2012
Dr Mark Baker
Dr Karen Fisher
Professor Roger Whittaker
Philip Griffiths
Dr Patrick Yu Wai Man
et al.
Subclinical multisystem neurologic disease in "pure" OPA1 autosomal dominant optic atrophy2011
Dr Karen Fisher
Dr Mark Baker
Professor David Burn
Professor Stuart Baker
Using Multiple Electrophysiological Techniques for the Differentiation of Parkinsonian Syndromes [abstract]2010
Dr Karen Fisher
Dr Mark Baker
Professor Stuart Baker
Corticospinal activation confounds cerebellar effects of posterior fossa stimuli2009
Dr Mark Baker
Dr Karen Fisher
Dr Duddy Duddy
Professor Stuart Baker
Slow Orthostatic Tremor in Multiple Sclerosis2009
Dr Karen Fisher
Dr Mark Baker
Dr Timothy Williams
Professor Stuart Baker
15-30 Hz corticomuscular and intermuscular coherence is absent in patients with primary lateral sclerosis2008
Dr Karen Fisher
Dr Philip Nichols
Dr Mark Baker
Professor Stuart Baker
The effect of levetiracetam on cerebellar intention tremor in patients with multiple sclerosis2008
Dr Anna Basu
Dr Gary Green
Dr Karen Fisher
Professor Janet Eyre
A face-specific potential identified by independent component analysis distinguishes between upright and inverted faces in individual subjects2005