Alan D. Dorval
Alan D. Dorval
Department of Biomedical Engineering, University of Utah
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Synchronization in hybrid neuronal networks of the hippocampal formation
TI Netoff, MI Banks, AD Dorval, CD Acker, JS Haas, N Kopell, JA White
Journal of neurophysiology 93 (3), 1197-1208, 2005
Deep brain stimulation alleviates parkinsonian bradykinesia by regularizing pallidal activity
AD Dorval, AM Kuncel, MJ Birdno, DA Turner, WM Grill
Journal of neurophysiology 104 (2), 911-921, 2010
Real-time linux dynamic clamp: a fast and flexible way to construct virtual ion channels in living cells
AD Dorval, DJ Christini, JA White
Annals of biomedical engineering 29, 897-907, 2001
Deep brain stimulation reduces neuronal entropy in the MPTP-primate model of Parkinson's disease
AD Dorval, GS Russo, T Hashimoto, W Xu, WM Grill, JL Vitek
Journal of neurophysiology 100 (5), 2807-2818, 2008
Channel noise is essential for perithreshold oscillations in entorhinal stellate neurons
AD Dorval Jr, JA White
The Journal of neuroscience 25 (43), 10025-10028, 2005
Stimulus features underlying reduced tremor suppression with temporally patterned deep brain stimulation
MJ Birdno, AM Kuncel, AD Dorval, DA Turner, RE Gross, WM Grill
Journal of neurophysiology 107 (1), 364-383, 2012
Optimized programming algorithm for cylindrical and directional deep brain stimulation electrodes
DN Anderson, B Osting, J Vorwerk, AD Dorval, CR Butson
Journal of neural engineering 15 (2), 026005, 2018
Anodic stimulation misunderstood: preferential activation of fiber orientations with anodic waveforms in deep brain stimulation
DN Anderson, G Duffley, J Vorwerk, AD Dorval, CR Butson
Journal of neural engineering 16 (1), 016026, 2019
Deep brain stimulation of the subthalamic nucleus reestablishes neuronal information transmission in the 6-OHDA rat model of parkinsonism
AD Dorval, WM Grill
Journal of neurophysiology 111 (10), 1949-1959, 2014
Tremor varies as a function of the temporal regularity of deep brain stimulation
MJ Birdno, AM Kuncel, AD Dorval, DA Turner, WM Grill
Neuroreport 19 (5), 599, 2008
Prospects for transcranial temporal interference stimulation in humans: a computational study
S Rampersad, B Roig-Solvas, M Yarossi, PP Kulkarni, E Santarnecchi, ...
NeuroImage 202, 116124, 2019
Probability distributions of the logarithm of inter-spike intervals yield accurate entropy estimates from small datasets
AD Dorval
Journal of neuroscience methods 173 (1), 129-139, 2008
Evaluation of methodologies for computing the deep brain stimulation volume of tissue activated
G Duffley, DN Anderson, J Vorwerk, AD Dorval, CR Butson
Journal of neural engineering 16 (6), 066024, 2019
Hard real-time closed-loop electrophysiology with the Real-Time eXperiment Interface (RTXI)
YA Patel, A George, AD Dorval, JA White, DJ Christini, RJ Butera
PLoS computational biology 13 (5), e1005430, 2017
Contributions of I h to feature selectivity in layer II stellate cells of the entorhinal cortex
JS Haas, AD Dorval Ii, JA White
Journal of computational neuroscience 22 (2), 161-171, 2007
Spike phase locking in CA1 pyramidal neurons depends on background conductance and firing rate
T Broicher, P Malerba, AD Dorval, A Borisyuk, FR Fernandez, JA White
Journal of Neuroscience 32 (41), 14374-14388, 2012
Neural selectivity, efficiency, and dose equivalence in deep brain stimulation through pulse width tuning and segmented electrodes
CJ Anderson, DN Anderson, SM Pulst, CR Butson, AD Dorval
Brain stimulation 13 (4), 1040-1050, 2020
Subthalamic deep brain stimulation reduces pathological information transmission to the thalamus in a rat model of parkinsonism
CJ Anderson, DT Sheppard, R Huynh, DN Anderson, CA Polar, ...
Frontiers in Neural Circuits 9, 31, 2015
Non-regular electrical stimulation patterns for treating neurological disorders
WM Grill, IIAD Dorval
US Patent 8,447,405, 2013
Dynamic clamp in cardiac and neuronal systems using RTXI
FA Ortega, RJ Butera, DJ Christini, JA White, AD Dorval
Patch-Clamp Methods and Protocols, 327-354, 2014
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