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Dr Isabel Glover
Professor Stuart Baker
Both Corticospinal and Reticulospinal Tracts Control Force of Contraction2022
Dr Isabel Glover
Professor Stuart Baker
Both Corticospinal and Reticulospinal Tracts Control Force of Contraction2022
Dr Boubker Zaaimi
Mark Turnbull
Dr Anupam Hazra
Dr Yujiang Wang
Dr Carolina Gandara De Souza
et al.
Closed-loop optogenetic control of normal and pathological network dynamics2022
Dr Stuart Maitland
Dr Enrique Escobedo-Cousin
Dr Ian Schofield
Professor Anthony O'Neill
Professor Stuart Baker
et al.
Electrical cross-sectional imaging of human motor units in vivo2022
Professor Stuart Baker
A re-evaluation of whether non-monosynaptic homonymous H reflex facilitation tests propriospinal circuits2021
Dr Supriyo Choudhury
Professor John-Paul Taylor
Dr Mark Baker
Professor Stuart Baker
Comparing Stop Signal Reaction Times in Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Disease2021
Dr Thomas Guiho
Professor Stuart Baker
Professor Andrew Jackson
Epidural and transcutaneous spinal cord stimulation facilitates descending inputs to upper-limb motoneurons in monkeys2021
Maria Germann
Professor Stuart Baker
Evidence for Subcortical Plasticity after Paired Stimulation from a Wearable Device2021
Dr Karen Fisher
Dr Boubker Zaaimi
Professor Stuart Baker
Extensive Cortical Convergence to Primate Reticulospinal Pathways2021
Henri Bertrand
Professor Stuart Baker
Emeritus Professor Paul Flecknell
Influence of alphaxalone on motor somatosensory evoked potentials in a female rhesus macaque (Macaca mulatta)2021
Koustav Chatterjee
Priyadarshini Basu
Professor Stuart Baker
Dr Mark Baker
Dr Vinod Kumar
et al.
Non-Invasive Vagus Nerve Stimulation Improves Clinical and Molecular Biomarkers of Parkinson’s Disease in Patients with Freezing of Gait2021
Professor Stuart Baker
Only the fastest corticospinal fibers contribute to beta corticomuscular coherence2021
Bonne Habekost
Maria Germann
Professor Stuart Baker
Plastic changes in primate motor cortex following paired peripheral nerve stimulation2021
Dr Elizabeth Williams
Professor Stuart Baker
Spatial and Temporal Arrangement of Recurrent Inhibition in the Primate Upper Limb2021
Dr Supriyo Choudhury
Dr Reema Singh
Debbie Sen
Dr Mark Baker
Professor Stuart Baker
et al.
A Novel Wearable Device for Motor Recovery of Hand Function in Chronic Stroke Survivors2020
Isabel Glover
Professor Stuart Baker
Cortical, corticospinal and reticulospinal contributions to strength training2020
Dr Supriyo Choudhury
Dr Mark Baker
Professor Stuart Baker
Effects of Diazepam on Reaction Times to Stop and Go2020
Riashad Foysal
Professor Stuart Baker
Induction of Plasticity in the Human Motor System by Motor Imagery and Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation2020
Dr Demetris Soteropoulos
Professor Stuart Baker
Long Latency Responses to a Mechanical Perturbation of the Index Finger have a Spinal Component2020
Professor Stuart Baker
Older adults show elevated intermuscular coherence in eyes-open standing but only young adults increase coherence in response to closing the eyes 2020
Dr Demetris Soteropoulos
Professor Stuart Baker
Postural control of arm and fingers through integration of movement commands2020
Dr Sasha Kraskov
Dr Demetris Soteropoulos
Professor Stuart Baker
Slowly-Conducting Pyramidal Tract Neurons in Macaque and Rat2020
Dr Mark Baker
Professor Stuart Baker
Stop Signal Reaction Time Measured with a Portable Device Validates Optimum STN-DBS Programming2020
Dr Riashad Foysal
Professor Stuart Baker
A Hierarchy of Corticospinal Plasticity in Human Hand and Forearm Muscles2019
Professor Stuart Baker
Aging and Strength Training Influence Knee Extensor Intermuscular Coherence During Low- and High-Force Isometric Contractions2019
Isabel Glover
Professor Stuart Baker
Multimodal Stimuli Modulate Rapid Visual Responses during Reaching2019
Dr Wei Xu
Professor Stuart Baker
Non-invasive Assessment of Superficial and Deep Layer Circuits in Human Motor Cortex2019
Dr Mark Baker
Professor Stuart Baker
Slowed Movement Stopping in Parkinson’s Disease and Focal Dystonia is Improved by Standard Treatment2019
Dr Sasha Kraskov
Professor Stuart Baker
Dr Demetris Soteropoulos
The Corticospinal Discrepancy: Where are all the Slow Pyramidal Tract Neurons?2019
Dr Reema Singh
Dr Mark Baker
Professor Stuart Baker
The Relationship Between Enhanced Reticulospinal Outflow and Upper Limb Function in Chronic Stroke Patients2019
Dr Supriyo Choudhury
Dr Mark Baker
Professor Stuart Baker
Abnormal Blink Reflex and Intermuscular Coherence in Writer's Cramp2018
Dr Boubker Zaaimi
Dr Demetris Soteropoulos
Dr Karen Fisher
Professor Stuart Baker
Classification of Neurons in the Primate Reticular Formation and Changes After Recovery From Pyramidal Tract Lesion2018
Stefane Aguiar
Professor Stuart Baker
Convergent Spinal Circuits Facilitating Human Wrist Flexors2018
Stefane Aguiar
Professor Stuart Baker
Descending inputs to spinal circuits facilitating and inhibiting human wrist flexors2018
Dr Boubker Zaaimi
Dr Lauren Dean
Professor Stuart Baker
Different Contributions of Primary Motor Cortex, Reticular Formation and Spinal Cord to Fractionated Muscle Activation2018
Stefane Aguiar
Dr Supriyo Choudhury
Dr Martha Perez
Professor Stuart Baker
Effect of central lesions on a spinal circuit facilitating human wrist flexors2018
Dr Wei Xu
Professor Stuart Baker
In Vitro Characterisation of Intrinsic Properties and Local Synaptic Inputs to Pyramidal Neurons in Macaque Primary Motor Cortex2018
Stefane Aguiar
Professor Stuart Baker
Spasms after spinal cord injury show low-frequency intermuscular coherence2018
Dr Lauren Dean
Professor Stuart Baker
Fractionation of muscle activity in rapid responses to startling cues2017
Professor Stuart Baker
Reticulospinal Contributions to Gross Hand Function after Human Spinal Cord Injury2017
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
Harbaljit Sohal
Dr Konstantin Vasilevskiy
Professor Andrew Jackson
Professor Stuart Baker
Professor Anthony O'Neill
et al.
Design and Microfabrication Considerations for Reliable Flexible Intracortical Implants2016
Dr Stephan Jaiser
Dr Mark Baker
Professor Stuart Baker
Intermuscular Coherence in Normal Adults: Variability and Changes with Age2016
Harbaljit Sohal
Dr Gavin Clowry
Professor Andrew Jackson
Professor Anthony O'Neill
Professor Stuart Baker
et al.
Mechanical Flexibility Reduces the Foreign Body Response to Long-Term Implanted Microelectrodes in Rabbit Cortex2016
Kenneth Brown
Dr Elizabeth Williams
Felipe De Carvalho
Professor Stuart Baker
Plastic Changes in Human Motor Cortical Output Induced by Random but not Closed-Loop Peripheral Stimulation: the Curse of Causality2016
Riashad Foysal
Felipe De Carvalho
Professor Stuart Baker
Spike Timing-Dependent Plasticity in the Long-Latency Stretch Reflex Following Paired Stimulation from a Wearable Electronic Device2016
Dr Wei Xu
Professor Stuart Baker
Timing Intervals Using Population Synchrony and Spike Timing Dependent Plasticity2016
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
Correlates of a single cortical action potential in the epidural EEG2015
Dr Ferran Galan Moles
Professor Stuart Baker
Deafferented controllers: a fundamental failure mechanism in cortical neuroprosthetic systems2015
Dr Ferran Galan Moles
Dr Mark Baker
Dr Kai Alter
Professor Stuart Baker
Degraded EEG Decoding of Wrist Movements in Absence of Kinaesthetic Feedback2015
Dr Claire Witham
Professor Stuart Baker
Information theoretic analysis of proprioceptive encoding during finger flexion in the monkey sensorimotor system2015
Professor Stuart Baker
Dr Boubker Zaaimi
Dr Karen Fisher
Dr Demetris Soteropoulos
Pathways mediating functional recovery2015
Professor Stuart Baker
Dr Boubker Zaaimi
Dr Karen Fisher
Dr Demetris Soteropoulos
Pathways mediating functional recovery2015
Dr Ferran Galan Moles
Professor Stuart Baker
Pre-Synaptic Inhibition of Afferent Feedback in the Macaque Spinal Cord Does Not Modulate with Cycles of Peripheral Oscillations Around 10 Hz2015
Dr Stephan Jaiser
Professor Stuart Baker
Dr Mark Baker
A multiple regression model of normal central and peripheral motor conduction times2014
Dr Karen Fisher
Dr Ming Lai
Dr Bob Bicker
Professor Stuart Baker
Differences between Han Chinese and Caucasians in transcranial magnetic stimulation parameters2014
Sasa Kozelj
Professor Stuart Baker
Different phase delays of peripheral input to primate motor cortex and spinal cord promote cancellation at physiological tremor frequencies2014
Professor Stuart Baker
Dr Mark Baker
Suppression of Enhanced Physiological Tremor via Stochastic Noise: Initial Observations2014
Harbaljit Sohal
Professor Andrew Jackson
Dr Gavin Clowry
Dr Konstantin Vasilevskiy
Professor Anthony O'Neill
et al.
The sinusoidal probe: a new approach to improve electrode longevity 2014
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 Demetris Soteropoulos
Professor Stuart Baker
Spinal Commissural Connections to Motoneurons Controlling the Primate Hand and Wrist2013
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 Mark Baker
Professor Stuart Baker
Beta-Adrenergic Modulation of Tremor and Corticomuscular Coherence in Humans2012
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 Demetris Soteropoulos
Dr Elizabeth Williams
Professor Stuart Baker
Cells in the Monkey Ponto-medullary Reticular Formation Modulate Their Activity with Slow Finger Movements2012
Dr Boubker Zaaimi
Dr Demetris Soteropoulos
Professor Stuart Baker
Changes in descending motor pathway connectivity after corticospinal tract lesion in macaque monkey2012
Dr Claire Witham
Professor Stuart Baker
Coding of digit displacement by cell spiking and network oscillations in the monkey sensorimotor cortex2012
Dr Demetris Soteropoulos
Professor Stuart Baker
Corticomuscular coherence during bilateral isometric arm voluntary activity in healthy humans2012
Dr Claire Witham
Professor Stuart Baker
Directional coherence disentangles causality within the sensorimotor loop, but cannot open the loop Reply2012
Dr Karen Fisher
Dr Boubker Zaaimi
Professor Stuart Baker
Reticular formation responses to magnetic brain stimulation of primary motor cortex2012
Dr Claire Witham
Dr Mark Baker
Professor Stuart Baker
Contributions of descending and ascending pathways to corticomuscular coherence in humans2011
Professor Stuart Baker
High-frequency EEG covaries with spike burst patterns detected in cortical neurons2011
Dr Demetris Soteropoulos
Professor Stuart Baker
Lack of evidence for direct corticospinal contributions to control of the ipsilateral forelimb in monkey2011
Dr Claire Witham
Professor Stuart Baker
Modulation and transmission of peripheral inputs in monkey cuneate and external cuneate nuclei2011
Dr Adam Cassidy
Dr Elizabeth Williams
Dr Paul Goldsmith
Professor Stuart Baker
Dr Mark Baker
et al.
The Man Who Could Not Walk Backward: A Unusual Presentation of Neuroferritinopathy2011
Professor Stuart Baker
The primate reticulospinal tract, hand function and functional recovery.2011
Harbaljit Sohal
Professor Andrew Jackson
Robert Jackson
Dr Konstantin Vasilevskiy
Dr Gavin Clowry
et al.
A novel flexible sinusoidal electrode to enhance longevity of chronic neuronal recordings2010
Dr Claire McDonald
Professor Julia Newton
Professor Stuart Baker
Professor David Jones
Central nervous system dysfunction in primary biliary cirrhosis and its relationship to symptoms2010
Professor Stuart Baker
Convergence of Pyramidal and Medial Brain Stem Descending Pathways Onto Macaque Cervical Spinal Interneurons2010
Dr Claire Witham
Professor Stuart Baker
Corticomuscular coherence between motor cortex, somatosensory areas and forearm muscles in the monkey2010
Dr Elizabeth Williams
Dr Richard Jones
Professor Stuart Baker
Dr Mark Baker
Slow Orthostatic Tremor Can Persist When Walking Backward2010
Dr Elizabeth Williams
Dr Demetris Soteropoulos
Professor Stuart Baker
Spinal interneuron circuits reduce approximately 10-Hz movement discontinuities by phase cancellation2010
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 Elizabeth Williams
Professor Stuart Baker
Circuits Generating Corticomuscular Coherence Investigated Using a Biophysically Based Computational Model. I. Descending Systems2009
Dr Elizabeth Williams
Dr Demetris Soteropoulos
Professor Stuart Baker
Coherence Between Motor Cortical Activity and Peripheral Discontinuities During Slow Finger Movements2009
Dr Karen Fisher
Dr Mark Baker
Professor Stuart Baker
Corticospinal activation confounds cerebellar effects of posterior fossa stimuli2009
Professor Stuart Baker
Direct and Indirect Connections with Upper Limb Motoneurons from the Primate Reticulospinal Tract2009
Dr Demetris Soteropoulos
Professor Stuart Baker
Quantifying Neural Coding of Event Timing2009
Dr Elizabeth Williams
Professor Stuart Baker
Renshaw Cell Recurrent Inhibition Improves Physiological Tremor by Reducing Corticomuscular Coupling at 10 Hz2009
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 Demetris Soteropoulos
Professor Stuart Baker
Bilateral representation in the deep cerebellar nuclei2008
Professor Stuart Baker
Professor Andrew Jackson
Learning a novel myoelectric-controlled interface task2008
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 Claire Witham
Professor Stuart Baker
Cells in somatosensory areas show synchrony with beta oscillations in monkey motor cortex2007
Dr Demetris Soteropoulos
Professor Stuart Baker
Different contributions of the corpus callosum and cerebellum to motor coordination in monkey2007
Dr Mark Baker
Professor Stuart Baker
Muscle responses to transcranial stimulation in man depend on background oscillatory activity2007
Dr Claire Witham
Professor Stuart Baker
Network oscillations and intrinsic spiking rhythmicity do not covary in monkey sensorimotor areas2007
Professor Stuart Baker
Oscillatory interactions between sensorimotor cortex and the periphery2007
Professor Stuart Baker
Afferent encoding of central oscillations in the monkey arm2006
Dr Demetris Soteropoulos
Professor Stuart Baker
Cortico-cerebellar coherence during a precision grip task in the monkey2006
Professor Stuart Baker
Digit displacement, not object compliance, underlies task dependent modulations in human corticomuscular coherence2006
Professor Stuart Baker
Measurement of time-dependent changes in the irregularity of neural spiking2006
Professor Andrew Jackson
Professor Stuart Baker
Tests for presynaptic modulation of corticospinal terminals from peripheral afferents and pyramidal tract in the macaque2006
Professor Stuart Baker
Manipulation of peripheral neural feedback loops alters human corticomuscular coherence2005
Professor Stuart Baker
Post-spike distance-to-threshold trajectories of neurones in monkey motor cortex2004
Dr Mark Baker
Professor Stuart Baker
The effect of carbamazepine on human corticomuscular coherence2004
Professor Stuart Baker
600 Hz EEG oscillations are macroscopic markers for cortical spike bursts2003
Professor Stuart Baker
Professor Andrew Jackson
Problem of dural scarring in recording from awake, behaving monkeys: a solution using 5-flurouracil2003
Professor Stuart Baker
Synchronization in monkey motor cortex during a precision grip task. II Effect of oscillatory activity on corticospinal output2003
Professor Andrew Jackson
Professor Stuart Baker
Synchrony between Neurons with Similar Muscle Fields in Monkey Motor Cortex2003
Professor Stuart Baker
Task dependent inter-manual coupling of 10-Hz discontinuities during slow finger movements2003
Professor Stuart Baker
Professor Andrew Jackson
Task dependent modulations of cortical oscillatory activity in human subjects during a bimanual precision grip task2003
Dr Mark Baker
Professor Stuart Baker
The effect of diazepam on motor cortical oscillations and corticomuscular coherence studied in man2003
Professor Stuart Baker
A novel algorithm to remove electrical cross-talk between surface EMG recordings and its application to the measurement of short-term synchronisation2002
Professor Stuart Baker
Comparison of direct and indirect measurement of the central motor conduction time in the monkey2002
Professor Stuart Baker
Signal-to-noise ratio improvement in multiple electrode recording2002
Professor Stuart Baker
Determination of response latency and its application to normalization of cross-correlation measures2001
Professor Stuart Baker
Investigation into non-monosynaptic corticospinal excitation of macaque upper limb single motor units2001
Professor Stuart Baker
Precise burst synchrony in the superior colliculus of the awake cat during stimulus presentation2001
Professor Stuart Baker
Professor Andrew Jackson
Synchronization in Monkey Motor Cortex During a Precision Grip Task. I. Task-Dependent Modulation in Single-Unit Synchrony2001