|Present||Adjunct Professor, Wright State University ‐ Neuroscience, Cell Biology & Physiology|
|2010 - 2015||Director, Wright State University ‐ Neuroscience Institute|
|2004 - 2015||Chair and Professor, Wright State University ‐ Neuroscience, Cell Biology & Physiology|
|Brage Golding Distinguished Professor of Research, Wright State University|
Georgia Institute of Technology
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Permanent Central Synaptic Disconnection of Proprioceptors After Nerve Injury and ...
Journal of Neurophysiology (2011)
Motor and sensory proprioceptive axons reinnervate muscles after peripheral nerve transections followed by microsurgical reattachment; nevertheless, motor coordination remains abnormal ...
Inactivation of Sodium Channels Underlies Reversible Neuropathy During Critical Illness ...
The Journal of Clinical Investigation (2009)
Neuropathy and myopathy can cause weakness during critical illness. To determine whether reduced excitability of peripheral nerves, rather than degeneration, ...
Estimation of the Contribution of Intrinsic Currents to Motoneuron Firing ...
Journal of Neurophysiology (2008)
Motoneuron activation is strongly influenced by persistent inward currents (PICs) flowing through voltage-sensitive channels. PIC characteristics and their contribution to ...