Aysegul Gunduz

Medications, Deep Brain Stimulation, and Other Factors Influencing Impulse Control Disorders in Parkinson’s disease

R. Eisinger, A. Ramirez-Zamora, S. Carbunaru, B. Ptak, Z. Peng-Chen, M.S. Okun, A. Gunduz, “Medications, Deep Brain Stimulation, and Other Factors Influencing Impulse Control Disorders in Parkinson’s Disease,” Frontiers in Neurology, accepted.

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A review of basal ganglia circuits and physiology: Application to deep brain stimulation

R. S. Eisinger, S. Cernera, A. Gittis, A. Gunduz, M.S. Okun, “A review of basal ganglia circuits and physiology: Application to deep brain stimulation,” Parkinsonism and Other Related Disorders, accepted.

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Brain Mapper Stephanie Cernera receives De Luca Foundation Research Scholarship

Brain Mapper Stephanie Cernera receives De Luca Foundation Research Scholarship

Congratulations to Stephanie Cernera who was announced the winner of the bi-annual De Luca Foundation Research Scholarship. To date, the De Luca Foundation has awarded 4 scholarships with the aim of supporting undergraduate and graduate students advance their research activities in motor control and human movement sciences. Stephanie will receive a scholarship in the amount […]

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Commentary: The Emerging Role of Biomarkers in Adaptive Modulation of Clinical Brain Stimulation”

A. Gunduz, “Commentary: The Emerging Role of Biomarkers in Adaptive Modulation of Clinical Brain Stimulation,” Invited commentary, Neurosurgery, accepted.

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Brain Mapping Lab gives back by running for a cure for dystonia

Brain Mapping Lab gives back by running for a cure for dystonia

The Brain Mapping Lab ran to raise money and awareness for dystonia over the weekend by participating in the Season of Hope 5K/15K. The race is organized annually by the Tyler’s Hope Foundation for a Dystonia Cure and UF Fixel Center for Neurological Disorders. Brain Mappers celebrated their finish with custom medals. Special congrats to […]

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Congratulations to Enrico Opri for winning Best Poster Presentation Award at Pruitt Research Day

Congratulations to Enrico Opri for winning Best Poster Presentation Award at Pruitt Research Day

Brain Mapper Enrico Opri won the Best Poster Presentation Award at the Annual Pruitt Research Day, which celebrates the research being conducted at UF BME and honors Dr. J. Crayton Pruitt Sr. Stephanie Cernera also represented the lab as one of six student speakers, and Jackson Cagle showcased his work with a poster presentation. Congratulations […]

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Brain Mapping Lab attends SfN 2018

Brain Mapping Lab attends SfN 2018

Brain Mapping Lab headed to San Diego, CA to attend the 2018 Annual Society for Neuroscience Meeting with an oral presentation by Robert Eisinger and posters by Enrico Opri, Jackson Cagle, and Stephanie Cernera. We also met up with alumni Aniruddh Ravindran! See you next year in Chicago!

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Brain Mapping Lab showcased at Cade Museum

Brain Mapping Lab showcased at Cade Museum

Brain Mapping Lab performed outreach on September 22nd at the Cade Museum with hands on experiments on neural recordings and neuromodulation, and with interactive neuroanatomy displays. The mission of the Cade Museum for Creativity & Invention is to transform communities ​by inspiring ​and equipping future ​​inventors, entrepreneurs, and visionaries. Great job everyone!

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Congratulations to  Stephanie Cernera who was awarded an NIH T32 Fellowship

Congratulations to Stephanie Cernera who was awarded an NIH T32 Fellowship

Congratulations to Brain Mapper Stephanie Cernera, who was awarded an NIH National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke T32 Predoctoral Fellowship on Interdisciplinary Training in Movement Disorders and Neurorestoration! The goal of this predoctoral T32 program is to develop independent investigators with programs of research in movement disorders that focus on the ABC’S of translational research: […]

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