1. Positive Control Radiographs for Identifying a Suspected Retained Surgical Item

    Journal of the American College of Radiology (2015)

  2. Right ovarian steroid tumor (not otherwise specified).

    Ultrasound Quarterly 29(3):227 (2013) PMID 23945488

  3. Right ovarian steroid tumor (not otherwise specified).

    Ultrasound Quarterly 29(3):227 (2013) PMID 23945488

  4. Visual- and saccade-related signals in the primate inferior colliculus.

    PNAS 104(45):17855 (2007) PMID 17978183 PMCID PMC2077072

    The inferior colliculus (IC) is normally thought of as a predominantly auditory structure because of its early position in the ascending auditory pathway just before the auditory thalamus. Here, we show that a majority of IC neurons (64% of 180 neurons) in awake monkeys carry visual- and/or sacc...
  5. Visual- and saccade-related signals in the primate inferior colliculus.

    PNAS 104(45):17855 (2007) PMID 17978183 PMCID PMC2077072

    The inferior colliculus (IC) is normally thought of as a predominantly auditory structure because of its early position in the ascending auditory pathway just before the auditory thalamus. Here, we show that a majority of IC neurons (64% of 180 neurons) in awake monkeys carry visual- and/or sacc...
  6. Effects of reward and behavioral context on neural activity in the primate inferior colliculus.

    Journal of Neuroscience 26(28):7468 (2006) PMID 16837595

    Neural activity in the inferior colliculus (IC) likely plays an integral role in the processing of various auditory parameters, such as sound location and frequency. However, little is known about the extent to which IC neural activity may be influenced by the context in which sounds are present...
  7. Effects of reward and behavioral context on neural activity in the primate inferior colliculus.

    Journal of Neuroscience 26(28):7468 (2006) PMID 16837595

    Neural activity in the inferior colliculus (IC) likely plays an integral role in the processing of various auditory parameters, such as sound location and frequency. However, little is known about the extent to which IC neural activity may be influenced by the context in which sounds are present...
  8. Representation of eye position in primate inferior colliculus.

    Journal of Neurophysiology 95(3):1826 (2006) PMID 16221747

    We studied the representation of eye-position information in the primate inferior colliculus (IC). Monkeys fixated visual stimuli at one of eight or nine locations along the horizontal meridian between -24 and 24 degrees while sounds were presented from loudspeakers at locations within that same...
  9. Representation of eye position in primate inferior colliculus.

    Journal of Neurophysiology 95(3):1826 (2006) PMID 16221747

    We studied the representation of eye-position information in the primate inferior colliculus (IC). Monkeys fixated visual stimuli at one of eight or nine locations along the horizontal meridian between -24 and 24 degrees while sounds were presented from loudspeakers at locations within that same...
  10. Chapter 18 The “other” transformation required for visual–auditory integration: representational format

    Progress in Brain Research 155:313 (2006)

    Multisensory integration of spatial signals requires not only that stimulus locations be encoded in the same spatial reference frame, but also that stimulus locations be encoded in the same representational format. Previous studies have addressed the issue of spatial reference frame, b...
  11. The "other" transformation required for visual-auditory integration: representational format.

    Progress in Brain Research 155:313 (2006) PMID 17027396

    Multisensory integration of spatial signals requires not only that stimulus locations be encoded in the same spatial reference frame, but also that stimulus locations be encoded in the same representational format. Previous studies have addressed the issue of spatial reference frame, but represe...
  12. Long lasting attenuation by prior sounds in auditory cortex of awake primates.

    Experimental Brain Research 168(1-2):272 (2006) PMID 16328295

    How the brain responds to sequences of sounds is a question of great relevance to a variety of auditory perceptual phenomena. We investigated how long the responses of neurons in the primary auditory cortex of awake monkeys are influenced by the previous sound. We found that responses to the sec...
  13. Long lasting attenuation by prior sounds in auditory cortex of awake primates.

    Experimental Brain Research 168(1-2):272 (2006) PMID 16328295

    How the brain responds to sequences of sounds is a question of great relevance to a variety of auditory perceptual phenomena. We investigated how long the responses of neurons in the primary auditory cortex of awake monkeys are influenced by the previous sound. We found that responses to the sec...
  14. The "other" transformation required for visual-auditory integration: representational format.

    Progress in Brain Research 155:313 (2006) PMID 17027396

    Multisensory integration of spatial signals requires not only that stimulus locations be encoded in the same spatial reference frame, but also that stimulus locations be encoded in the same representational format. Previous studies have addressed the issue of spatial reference frame, but represe...