Brian Hyland

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High-frequency stimulation of around 130 Hz delivered to the subthalamic nucleus (STN-DBS [deep brain stimulation]) is an effective treatment of Parkinson's disease (PD), but the mechanisms of its therapeutic effect remain obscure. Recently, it has been shown in anaesthetized rats that STN-DBS antidromically activates cortical neurons with coincident(More)
The use of cables for recording neural activity limits the scope of behavioral tests used in conscious free-moving animals. Particularly, cable attachments make it impossible to record in three-dimensional (3D) mazes where levels are vertically stacked or in enclosed spaces. Such environments are of particular interest in investigations of hippocampal place(More)
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