Dr. DeNicola teaches at both the University of Minnesota and Macalester College in addition to her research at the Neuromodulation Research Center.
2021 has been a busy year so far the the NMRC. Not least for the volume of publications: check out some of the NMRC's most recent papers:
Sanabria, David Johnson, Luke Yu, Ying Busby, Zachary Nebeck, Shane Zhang, Jianyu Harel, Noam Johnson, Matthew Molnar, Gregory Vitek, Jerrold. (2020). Real-time suppression and amplification of frequency-specific neural activity using stimulation evoked oscillations. Brain Stimulation. 13. 1732-1742. 10.1016/j.brs.2020.09.017.
Werning, Alec Umbarila, Daniel Fite, Maxwell Fergus, Sinta Zhang, Jianyu Molnar, Gregory Johnson, Luke Wang, Jing Vitek, Jerrold Sanabria, David. (2021). Quantifying Viscous Damping and Stiffness in Parkinsonism Using Data-Driven Model Estimation. 10.1101/2021.02.17.431730.
Yu, Ying Sanabria, David Wang, Jing Hendrix, Claudia Zhang, Jianyu Nebeck, Shane Amundson, Alexia Busby, Zachary Bauer, Devyn Johnson, Matthew Johnson, Luke Vitek, Jerrold. (2021). Parkinsonism Alters Beta Burst Dynamics across the Basal Ganglia–Motor Cortical Network. The Journal of Neuroscience. 41. JN-RM. 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.1591-20.2021.
Congratulations to Dr. Hafsa Farooqi on earning her appointment as a MNDrive postdoctoral fellow. The appointment recognizes Dr. Farooqi's contribution to seminal neuromodulation research. She joins a number of number of NMRC alumni, postdocs, and faculty member who have received this prestigious award. Her project information is briefly elucidated below:
Congratulations to Drs. Biswaranjan Mohanty and Lingling Yang (not pictured) who have been named MNDrive fellows in the 2020-2021 cohort. The funded award comes in recognition of their work advancing the field of neuromodulation from the MNDrive foundation which fosters research in a number of Minnesota's core industries. More information on the MNDrive website.