Basic Research

Department of Neurological Surgery Research Laboratories

Representative Publications:

Intermittent subthalamic nucleus deep brain stimulation induces risk-aversive behavior in human subjects

Multimodal Encoding of Novelty, Reward, and Learning in the Primate Nucleus Basalis of Meynert

Prefrontal Neurons Encode a Solution to the Credit-Assignment Problem

Silent hippocampal seizures and spikes identified by foramen ovale electrodes in Alzheimer's disease.

Hippocampography Guides Consistent Mesial Resections in Neocortical Temporal Lobe Epilepsy

Temporally Coordinated Deep Brain Stimulation in the Dorsal and Ventral Striatum Synergistically Enhances Associative Learning

Frequency-Dependent Representation of Reinforcement-Related Information in the Human Medial and Lateral Prefrontal Cortex

Mechanisms of deep brain stimulation

Utility of foramen ovale electrodes in mesial temporal lobe epilepsy

Consensus on guidelines for stereotactic neurosurgery for psychiatric disorders

Action initiation in the human dorsal anterior cingulate cortex

Encoding of rules by neurons in the human dorsolateral prefrontal cortex

Human dorsal anterior cingulate cortex neurons mediate ongoing behavioural adaptation

Mechanisms of deep brain stimulation for obsessive compulsive disorder: effects upon cells and circuits.

Single-neuron responses in the human nucleus accumbens during a financial decision-making task

An intraoperative multimodal neurophysiologic approach to successful resection of precentral gyrus epileptogenic lesions

Deep brain stimulation for medically refractory life-threatening status dystonicus in children

Encoding of both positive and negative reward prediction errors by neurons of the primate lateral prefrontal cortex and caudate nucleus

Basal ganglia neurons dynamically facilitate exploration during associative learning

Single-neuron dynamics in human focal epilepsy

Deep brain stimulation of the ventral capsule/ventral striatum for treatment-resistant depression

Are cortical tubers epileptogenic? Evidence from electrocorticography

Visually guided movements suppress subthalamic oscillations in Parkinson's disease patients

Distinct nature of directional signals among parietal  cortical areas during visual guidance