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  1. Schiff, S. J. and Somjen, G. G. Hypoxia and Synaptic Function, Clinical Neuropharmacology, Vol 7, Suppl 1 (1984) 498 499.
  2. Piatt, J. H. Jr. and Schiff, S. J., High Dose Barbiturate Therapy in Neurosurgery and Intensive Care, Neurosurgery,15 (1984) 427 444.
  3. Aitken, P. G. and Schiff, S. J., Lotus in the Laboratory, Lotus, 1(7) (1985) 66 69.
  4. Somjen, G. G., Aitken, P. G., Balestrino, M. and Schiff,S. J., Uses and Abuses of in vitro Systems in the Study of the Pathophysiology of the Central Nervous System. In Brain Slices: Fundamentals, Applications and Implications, A. Schurr, P. J. Teyler, M. T. Tseng (Eds.), Karger, Basel, 1987, pp. 89 104
  5. Somjen. G. G., Schiff, S. J., Aitken, P. G. and Balestrino, M., Forms of Suppression of Neuronal Function: Leao's Depression, Hypoxia, and Hyperthermia. In Inactivation of Hypersensitive Neurons, N. Chalzonitis and M. Gola (Eds.), Alan R. Liss, New York, 1987, 137 145.
  6. Schiff, S. J. and Somjen, G. G., Reversible Synaptic Blockade Caused by Hypoxia of Moderate Degree in Hippocampal Tissue Slices. In Mechanisms of Cerebral Hypoxia and Stroke, G. G. Somjen, (Ed.), Plenum, New York, 1988, 175 182.
  7. Schiff, S. J. and Milton, J., Wavelet Transforms for Electroencephalographic Spike and Seizure Detection, in Chaos in Biology and Medicine, W. L. Ditto, (Ed.), SPIE Proceedings, vol 2036, 1993, 50-56.
  8. Schiff, S. J., Heller, J., Weinstein, S. L., and Milton, J., Controlled Wavelet Transforms for Electroencephalographic Spike and Seizure Detection,in H. H. Szu (Ed.) Wavelet Applications, SPIE Proceedings, vol. 2242, 762-775, 1994.
  9. Schiff, S. J., Sauer, T., and Chang, T., Discriminating Deterministic versus Stochastic Dynamics in Neuronal Activity, Integrative Physiological and Behavioral Science, 29:246-261, 1994.
  10. Schiff, S. J., Wavelet Transforms for Epileptic Spike and Seizure Detection, Proceedings of the 16th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, 16: 1214-1215, 1994.
  11. Schiff, S. J., Determinism and the Prospect of Control of Simple Neuronal Systems, Proceedings of the 16th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, 16:1324-1325, 1994.
  12. Chang, T., Schiff, S. J., and Sauer, T., Tests for Deterministic Chaos in Noisy Time Series, In: Proceedings of the Second Experimental Chaos Conference, W. Ditto, L. Pecora, M. Shlesinger, M. Spano, and S. Vohra, (Eds), World Scientific, Singapore, 1995, pg. 244-261.
  13. Aitken, P. G., Schiff, S. J., and Sauer, T., Chaotic Variability in Hippocampal Pathways, In: Brain Slices in Clinical and Basic Research, A. Schurr and B. M. Rigor, Eds., in press.
  14. Aitken, P. G., Sauer, T., and Schiff, S. J., Looking for Chaos in Brain Slices, Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 59: 41-48, 1995.
  15. Schiff, S. J. and Deftos, L., Predicting PTH Pulses and Patterns in Osteoporosis (Editorial), Journal of Clinical Investigation, 95: 2433-2434, 1995.
  16. Creekmore, J. W., Conry, J., Colella, D., and Schiff, S. J., Matched-filter based detection and localization of epileptic seizures from spectrographic chirps in EC0G recordings, Proceedings of the 17th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, 17: 891-892, 1995.
  17. Hughes, E. S., Gaillard, W. D., Jaycna, G. M., and Schiff, S. J., Feature-based detection of epileptic seizures using ECoG recordings and a PAM model, Proceedings of the 17th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, 17: 933-934, 1995.
  18. Bozek-Kuzmicki, M., Weinstein, S. R., Benke, G., and Schiff, S. J., Development of an AR-pole statistic for ECoG Seizure detection, Proceedings of the 17th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, 17: 935-936, 1995.
  19. Chang, T., Sauer, T., and Schiff, S. J., Tests for Nonlinearity in Short Stationary Time Series, in Dynamical Diseases, J. Belair, L. Glass, U. an der Heiden, and J. Milton (eds), 1995.
  20. Schiff, S. J., Forecasting brain storms. Nature Medicine, 4; 1117-1118, 1998. Link
  21. Schiff, S. J., Alternative Management Strategies for Epileptic Seizures, in Pediatric Neurosurgery, D. G. McLone ed. (W. B. Saunder, Philadelphia, 2001).
  22. Jerger KK, Netoff TI, Francis JT, Sauer T, Pecora L, Weinstein SL, and Schiff SJ, Early Seizure Detection, J Clin Neurophysiol, 18: 259-268, 2001
  23. Jerger KK, Netoff TI, Francis JT, Sauer T, Pecora L, Weinstein SL, and Schiff SJ, Comparison of methods for seizure detection, in Epilepsy as a Dynamic Disease, J. Milton and P. Jung (eds), Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 2002.
  24. Gluckman, B. J., and Schiff, S. J., Seizure Control using Feedback and Electric Fields, in Epilepsy as a Dynamic Disease, J. Milton and P. Jung (eds), Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 2002.
  25. Schiff, S. J. Dangerous Phase. NeuroInformatics, 3; 315-317, 2005. Link
  26. Netoff, Theoden I., Thomas L. Carroll, Louis M. Pecora, Steven J. Schiff, Detecting Coupling in the Presence of Noise and Nonlinearity, in Editor(s): Björn Schelter, Matthias Winterhalder, Jens Timmer, Handbook of Time Series Analysis (Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA), 2006, (p 265-282).
  27. Schiff, SJ, Cressman, JR, Žiburkus, J, Towards a Dynamics of Seizure Mechanics, in Computational Neuroscience in Epilepsy, Edited by Drs. Ivan Soltesz and Kevin Stanley, 2008, Elsevier, ISBN: 0-12-373649-8.
  28. Ghanim Ullah and Steven J. Schiff (2009) Models of epilepsy. Scholarpedia, 4(7):1409
  29. Observability of Neuronal Network Motifs. Whalen AJ, Brennan SN, Sauer, TD, and Schiff SJ. Information Sciences and Systems (CISS), 2012 46th Annual Conference on. IEEE. Princeton University. [Invited Paper]
  30. Jiruska P, M de Curtis M, Jefferys JGR, Schevon CA, Schiff SJ, and Schindler K. Synchronization and Desynchronization in Epilepsy: Controversies and Hypotheses. J Physiol (Lond) 591.4: 787–797, 2013.
  31. Kuhlmann L, Grayden DB, Wendling F, Schiff SJ. The role of multiple-scale modeling of epilepsy in seizure forecasting. Journal of Clinical Neurophysiology, 2015 Jun;32(3):220-6. doi: 10.1097/WNP.0000000000000149.
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  32. Moore, J. W., Stockbridge, N., and Schiff, S. J., On the Squid Axon Membrane's Response to Sequential Voltage And Current Clamps, Biophysical Journal, 40 (1982) 259 262.
  33. Schiff, S. J. and Somjen, G. G. Hyperexcitability Following Moderate Hypoxia in Hippocampal Tissue Slices, Brain Research, 337 (1985) 337 340.
  34. Schiff, S. J., Szerb, J. C. and Somjen, G. G., Glutamine Can Enhance Transmission in Hippocampal Tissue Slices, Brain Research, 343 (1985) 366 369.
  35. Schiff, S. J. and Somjen, G. G. Overshoot of Oxygen Pressure in Post Hypoxic Brain Tissue: A Re evaluation, Brain Research, 344 (1985) 150 153.
  36. Schiff, S. J. and Somjen, G. G. The Effects of Temperature on Synaptic Transmission in Hippocampal Tissue Slices, Brain Research, 345 (1985) 279 284.
  37. Rossitch, E., Alexander, E., Schiff, S. J. and Bullard, D. E., The Use of Computed Tomography guided Stereotactic Techniques in the Treatment of Brain Stem Abscesses, Clinical Neurology and Neurosurgery, 90 (1988) 365 368.
  38. Aitken, P. G. and Schiff, S. J., Barbiturates Can Protect Hippocampal CA1 Pyramidal Cells Against Hypoxic Damage In Vitro, Journal of Neurosurgery, 65 (1986) 230 232.
  39. Aitken, P. G. and Schiff, S. J., Selective Neuronal Vulnerability to Hypoxia In Vitro, Neuroscience Letters, 67 (1986) 92 96.
  40. Schiff, S. J. and Somjen, G. G., The Effect of Graded Hypoxia on the Hippocampal Slice: An In Vitro Model of the Ischemic Penumbra, Stroke, 18 (1987) 30 37.
  41. Uglietta, J. P., Boyko, O. B., Rippe, D. J., Fuller, G. N., Schiff, S. J. and Heinz, E. R., Intracerebral Extension of Nasal Dermoid Cyst: CT Appearance, Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography, 13 (1989) 1061-1064.
  42. Schiff, S. J. and Oakes, W. J., Delayed Cerebrospinal Fluid Shunt Infection in Children, Pediatric Neuroscience, 15 (1990) 131-135.
  43. Schiff, S. J., A Surgeon's Risk of AIDS, Journal of Neurosurgery 73 (1990) 651-660.
  44. Schiff, S. J., and Chang, T., Differentiation of linearly correlated noise from chaos in a biologic system using surrogate data, Biological Cybernetics, 67 (1992) 387 - 393.
  45. Schiff, S. J., Resolving Time-Series Structure With A Controlled Wavelet Transform, Optical Engineering, 31 (1992) 2492-2495.
  46. Schiff, S. J. and Weinstein, S. L., Use of Perioperative Erythropoietin to Avoid Transfusion in a Jehovah's Wittness Requiring Hemispherectomy. Journal of Neurosurgery 79 (1993) 600-602.
  47. Weiss, I. P. and Schiff, S. J., Reflex Variability in Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy. Journal of Neurosurgery 79 (1993) 346-353.
  48. Schiff, S. J. and Weiss, I. P., Dorsal Rhizotomy: To Monitor or Not to Monitor [Letter], Journal of Neurosurgery 80 (1994), 769-772.
  49. Packer, R. P., Sutton, L. N., Patel, K., Duhaime, A., Schiff, S. J., Weinstein, S. L., Gaillard, W. D., Conry, J. A., Schut, L., Seizure control following tumor surgery for childhood, cortical low-grade gliomas, Journal of Neurosurgery, 80 (1994) 998-1003.
  50. Schiff, S. J., Heller, J., Weinstein, S. L., and Milton, J., Wavelet Transforms and Surrogate Data for Electroencephalographic Spike and Seizure Detection, Optical Engineering, 33 (1994) 2162-2169.
  51. Kast, J., Duong, D., Nowzari, F., Chadduck, W. M., and Schiff, S. J., Time related patterns of ventricular shunt failure, Child's Nervous System, 10 (1994) 524-528.
  52. Chang, T., Schiff, S. J., Sauer, T., Gossard, J.-P., and Burke, R. E., Stochastic Versus Deterministic Variability In Simple Neuronal Circuits. I. Monosynaptic Spinal Cord Reflexes. Biophysical Journal, 67 (1994) 671-683.Link
  53. Schiff, S. J., Jerger, K., Chang, T., Sauer, T., and Aitken, P. G., Stochastic Versus Deterministic Variability In Simple Neuronal Circuits. II. Hippocampal Slice. Biophysical Journal, 67 (1994) 684-691.Link
  54. Schiff, S. J., Jerger, K., Duong, D. H., Chang, T., Spano, M. L., and Ditto., W. L., Controlling Chaos in the Brain, Nature, 370 (1994) 615-620. Link
  55. Gossard, J.-P., Floeter, M. K., Chang, T., Schiff., S. J., and Burke, R. E., Fluctuations of Excitability in the Monosynaptic Reflex Pathway to Lumbar Motoneurons in the Cat. Journal of Neurophysiology, 72 (1994) 1227-1239.Link
  56. Rivera, A.D.C., Burke, T., Schiff, S. J., Weiss, I.P., An Experimental Study of Reflex Variability In Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy, Journal of Neurosurgery, 81: 885-894, 1994.Link
  57. Unser, M., Aldroubi, A., and Schiff, S. J., Fast implementation of the continuous wavelet transform with integer scales, IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, 42: 3519-3522, 1994.Link
  58. Schiff, S.J., Aldroubi, A., Unser, M, and Sato, S., Fast Wavelet Transformation of EEG, Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, 91: 442-455, 1994.
  59. Jerger, K. and Schiff, S. J., Periodic Pacing an In Vitro Epileptic Focus, Journal of Neurophysiology, 73: 876-879, 1995.Link
  60. Chang, T., Sauer, T., and Schiff, S. J., Tests for Nonlinearity in Short Stationary Time Series, Chaos, 5: 118-126, 1995.Link
  61. Scott, D. A. and Schiff, S. J., Predictability of EEG Interictal Spikes, Biophysical Journal, 69: 1748-1757, 1995.Link
  62. Gaillard, W.D., White, S., Malow, B., Flamini, R., Weinstein, S., Sato, S., Kufta, C., Schiff, S., Devinsky, O., Fazilat, S., Reeves, P., and Theodore, W. H., FDG-PET in children and adolescents with partial seizures: Role in epilepsy surgery evaluation, Epilepsy Research 20 (1995) 77-84.
  63. Heyes, M. P., Saito, K., Milstien, S., and Schiff, S. J., Quinolinic Acid in Tumors, Hemorrhage, and Bacterial Infections of the Nervous System, Journal of the Neurological Sciences, 133, 112-118, 1995.
  64. So, P., Ott, E., Schiff, S. J., Kaplan, D. T., Sauer, T., and Grebogi, C., Detecting Unstable Periodic Orbits in Chaotic Experimental Data. Physical Review Letters,76, 4075-4078, 1996.Link
  65. Gluckman, B. J., Netoff, T. I., Neel, E. J., Ditto, W. L., Spano, M. L., and Schiff, S.J., Stochastic Resonance in a Neuronal Network from Mammalian Brain. Physical Review Letters, 77, 4098-4101, 1996.Link
  66. Schiff, S. J., So, P., Chang, T, Burke, R. E., and Sauer, T. Detecting Dynamical Interdependence and Generalized Synchrony Through Mutual Prediction in a Neural Ensemble, Physical Review E 54, 6708-6724 (1996).Link
  67. Gluckman, B. J., Neel, E. J., Netoff, T. I., Ditto, W. L., Spano, M. L., and Schiff, S.J. Electric Field Suppression Of Epileptiform Activity In Hippocampal Slices. Journal of Neurophysiology, 76, 4202-4205, 1996.Link
  68. Hertz-Pannier L, Gaillard WD, Mott SH, Cuenod CA, Bookheimer SY, Weinstein S, Conry J, Papero PH, Schiff SJ, Le Bihan D, Theodore WH, Noninvasive assessment of language dominance in children and adolescents with functional MRI: a preliminary study. Neurology 48:1003-12, 1997.
  69. So, P., Ott, E., Sauer, T., Gluckman, B. J., Grebogi, C., and Schiff, S. J. Extracting Unstable Periodic Orbits from Chaotic Time Series Data, Physical Review E. 55, 5398-5417, 1997.Link
  70. So, P., Francis, J., Netoff, T. I., Gluckman, B. J., and Schiff, S. J., Periodic Orbits: A Novel Language for Neuronal Dynamics, Biophysical Journal, 74, 2776-2785, 1998.Link
  71. [Yang Qian, Periodic Orbits: A Novel Language for Neuronal Dynamics, Advances in Mechanics, 29, 121, 1999 [in Chinese], translated from: So, P., Francis, J., Netoff, T. I., Gluckman, B. J., and Schiff, S. J., Periodic Orbits: A Novel Language for Neuronal Dynamics, Biophysical Journal, 74, 2776-2785, 1998.]
  72. Gluckman, B. J., So, P., Netoff, T. I., Spano, M., and Schiff, S. J., Stochastic Resonance in Mammalian Neuronal networks, Chaos, 8, 588-598, 1998.Link
  73. Drake, J. M., Kestle, J. R. W., Milner, R., Cinalli, G., Boop, F., Piatt, J., Haines, S., Schiff, S. J., Cochrane, D., Steinbok, T., MacNeil, N., and the collaborators, Randomized trial of cerebrospinal fluid shunt valve design in pediatric hydrocephalus, Neurosurgery, 1998 Aug;43(2):294-30.Link
  74. Kestle, J. Milner, R. Drake, J., for the Collaborators, The Shunt Design Trial: Variation in Surgical Experience Did Not Influence Shunt Survival. Pediatric Neurosurgery, 30, 283-338, 1999.
  75. Kestle J, Drake J, Milner R, Sainte-Rose C, Cinalli G, Boop F, Piatt J, Haines S, Schiff S, Cochrane D, Steinbok P, MacNeil N., Long-term follow-up data from the Shunt Design Trial, Pediatric Neurosurgery, 33: 230-236, 2000.
  76. Barreto, E., So, P., Gluckman, B., and Schiff, S. J., From generalized synchrony to topological decoherence: emergence in coupled chaotic systems. Physical Review Letters, 84, 1689-1692, 2000.Link
  77. Schiff, S. J., Colella, D., Hughes, E., Conry, J., Creekmore, J. W., Marshall, A., Bozek-Kuzmicki, M., Weinstein, S. L., Benke, G., Gaillard, W. D., and Jacyna, G. M., Brain Chirps: Spectrographic Signatures of Epileptic Seizures. Clinical Neurophysiology 111, 953-8, 2000.Link
  78. Francis, J. T., So, P., Gluckman, B. J., and Schiff, S. J., Differentiability Implies Continuity in Neuronal Dynamics, Physica D, 148: 175-181, 2001. Link
  79. Gluckman, B. J., Nguyen, H., Weinstein, S. L., and Schiff, S. J., Adaptive Electric Field Suppression of Epileptic Seizures, Journal of Neuroscience, 21: 590-600, 2001.Link
  80. So, P., Barreto, E., Josic, K., Sander, E., and Schiff, S. J., Limits to the experimental detection of non linear synchrony, Physical Review E, 5, 046225 (2002) .Link
  81. Schiff, S. J., Dunagan, B. K., and Worth, R. M., Failure of Single Unit Neuronal Activity to Differentiate Internal from External Globus Pallidus in Parkinson’s Disease, Journal of Neurosurgery, 97: 119-128, 2002.Link
  82. Netoff, T. I. and Schiff, S. J., Decreased Neuronal Synchronization During Experimental Seizures, Journal of Neuroscience, 22: 7297-7307, 2002.Link
  83. Park, E.-H., P. So, E. Barreto, B. J. Gluckman, and S. Schiff, Electric field modulation of synchronization in neuronal networks, Neurocomputing, 52-54: pp. 169-175, 2003.
  84. Richardson, K. A., Gluckman, B. J., Weinstein, S. L., Glosch, C. E., Moon, J. B., Gwinn, R. P., Gale, K., Schiff, S. J., In vivo modulation of epileptiform activity with radial hippocampal electric fields, Epilepsia, 44:768-777, 2003.Link
  85. Francis, JT, Gluckman, BJ, and Schiff, SJ, Sensitivity of Neurons to Weak Electric Fields, Journal of Neuroscience, 23: 7255-7261, 2003.Link
  86. Kruglikov, SY, Schiff, SJ, Interplay of EEG phase and auditory evoked neural activity, Journal of Neuroscience, 23: 10122-10127, 2003.Link
  87. Netoff, TI, Pecora, LM, Schiff, SJ, Analytical coupling detection in the presence of noise and nonlinearity, Physical Review E 69: 017201, 2004. Link [paper also Selected for 2/1/2004 issue of Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research, American Physical Society.]
  88. Huang, X, Troy, WC, Yang Q, Ma H, Laing, CR, Schiff, SJ, Wu J-Y, Spiral Waves in Disinhibited Mammalian Neocortex, Journal of Neuroscience, 24: 9897-9902, 2004. Link [Article cited in Faculty of 1000 evaluations, 11/19/2004, http://www.f1000biology.com]
  89. Richardson, KA, Schiff, SJ, and Gluckman, BJ, Control of Traveling Waves in Mammalian Cortex, Physical Review Letters, 94, 028103, 2005.Link
  90. Jerger, KK, Weinstein, SL, Sauer, T, and Schiff, SJ, Multivariate Linear Discrimination of Seizures, Clinical Neurophysiology, 116, 545-551, 2005.Link
  91. Park, E-Y, Barreto, E, Gluckman, BJ, Schiff, SJ, and So, P., A Model of the Effects of Applied Electric Fields on Neuronal Synchronization, Journal of Computational Neuroscience, 19, 53-70, 2005.Link
  92. Schiff, S.J., Sauer, T., Kumar, R. Weinstein, S.L., Neuronal Spatiotemporal Pattern Discrimination: The Dynamical Evolution of Seizures. NeuroImage, 28: 1043 – 1055, 2005.Link and Data examble and Code sample is archived with Supplementary Data
  93. Sander, E, Barreto, E, Schiff, SJ and So, P, Dynamics Of Noninvertibility In Delay Equations, Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems, 768-777, 2005. Link
  94. Ziburkus, J., Cressman, J.R., Barreto, E., and Schiff, S. J., Interneuron and pyramidal cell interplay during in vitro seizure-like events, Journal of Neurophysiology, 95: 3948-3954, 2006.Link and Supplementary Data
  95. Sunderam S., Chernyy N., Mason J., Peixoto N., Weinstein S.L., Schiff S.J., Gluckman B.J. Seizure Modulation with Applied Electric Fields in Chronically Implanted Animals. Proceedings of the 28th IEEE EMBS Annual International Conference 2006, p1612-1615. 2006 pdf
  96. Schiff, SJ, Huang, X, Wu, JY, Dynamical Evolution of Spatiotemporal Patterns in Mammalian Middle Cortex, Physical Review Letters 98, 178102, 2007. pdfSupplementary Material - Code and Data SampleSupplementary Material - Movie
  97. Sunderam S, Chernyy N, Peixoto N, Mason JP, Weinstein SL, Schiff SJ and Gluckman BJ, Improved Sleep-Wake and Behavior Discrimination Using MEMS Accelerometers, Journal of Neuroscience Methods in press 2007. Link
  98. Berzhanskaya J, Gorchetchnikov A, Schiff SJ, Switching between gamma and theta: dynamic network control using subthreshold electric fields. . Neurocomputing 70: 2091-2095, 2007.pdf Link
  99. N. S. Dias, M. Kamrunnahar, P. M. Mendes, S. J. Schiff, J. H. Correia, Comparison of EEG Pattern Classification Methods for Brain-Computer Interfaces, Proceedings of the 29th IEEE EMBS Annual International Conference, 2007.pdf
  100. Schiff, SJ, Sauer, T, Kalman Filter Control of a Model of Spatiotemporal Cortical Dynamics, Journal of Neural Engineering 5: 1-8, 2008, Supplementary Data - Movies and Code
  101. Kruglikov, SY, Chari, S, Rapp, PE, Weinstein, SL, Given, BK, Schiff, SJ, Fully Optimized Discrimination of Physiological Responses to Auditory Stimuli, Journal of Neural Engineering, 5: 133-143, 2008.
  102. Cressman JR, Ullah G, Ziburkus J, Schiff SJ, and Barreto E, The Influence of Sodium and Potassium Dynamics on Excitability, Seizures, and the Stability of Persistent States: I. Single Neuron Dynamics. Journal of Computational Neuroscience, 26:159–170, 2009. See also Erratum.
  103. Ullah G, Cressman JR, Barreto E, and Schiff SJ, The Influence of Sodium and Potassium Dynamics on Excitability, Seizures, and the Stability of Persistent States: II. Network and Glial Dynamics. Journal of Computational Neuroscience, 26:171–183, 2009.
  104. Ullah G, Schiff SJ, Tracking and Control of Neuronal Hodgkin-Huxley Dynamics, Physical Review E, 79, 040901(R), 2009.
  105. Sauer TD, Schiff SJ, Data assimilation for heterogeneous networks: The consensus set. Physical Review E 79, 051909 (2009).
  106. Ghanim Ullah and Steven J. Schiff (2009) Models of epilepsy. Scholarpedia, 4(7):1409
  107. Sunderam S, N Chernyy, N Peixoto, JP Mason, SL Weinstein, SJ Schiff and BJ Gluckman. Seizure entrainment with polarizing low frequency electric fields in a chronic animal epilepsy model. Journal of Neural Engineering, 6:046009, 2009.
  108. Zhang C, J Xu, T Zhu, F Zhang, Z Tan, SJ Schiff, H Su, S Gao, AY Wang, Quantum efficiency of stimulated emission in colloidal semiconductor nanocrystal quantum dots, Physical Review B 80, 035333 (2009).
  109. Dias NS, M. Kamrunnahar, P.M. Mendes, S.J. Schiff, and J.H. Correia, Feature selection on movement imagery discrimination and attention detection, Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing, 2010, pp. 331 - 341.
  110. Schiff, SJ. Towards Model-based Control of Parkinson's Disease. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A, 368:2269-2308, 2010
  111. Ullah G, and Schiff SJ. Assimilating Seizure Dynamics. PLoS Computational Biology, 6(5): e1000776, 2010.
  112. Mandell JG, Neuberger T, Drapaca CS, Webb AG, Schiff SJ. The dynamics of brain and cerebrospinal fluid growth in normal versus hydrocephalic mice. Journal of Neurosurgery: Pediatrics, 6:1-10, 2010. (Cover Article).
  113. Li L, Padhi A, Ranjeva SL, Donaldson SC, Warf BC, Mugamba J, Johnson D, Opio Z, Jayarao B, Kapur V, Poss M, Schiff SJ, Association of Bacteria with Hydrocephalus in Ugandan Infants, Journal of Neurosurgery, 7:73-87, 2011. (Cover Article).
  114. Kamrunnahar M, Dias NS, Schiff SJ. Toward a model-based predictive controller design in brain-computer interfaces. Ann Biomed Eng. 2011 May;39(5):1482-92. Epub 2011 Jan 26.
  115. Warf BC, Dagi AR, Nsubuga B, Schiff SJ. Five year survival and outcome of treatment for post-infectious hydrocephalus in Ugandan infants, Journal Neurosurgery: Pediatrics, 8: 502-508, 2011. Article
  116. Warf BC, Alkire BC, Bhai S, Hughes C, Schiff SJ, Vincent JR, Meara JG. The costs and benefits of neurosurgical intervention for infant hydrocephalus in sub-Saharan Africa. Journal Neurosurgery: Pediatrics 8: 509-521, 2011.Article
  117. Xiao Y, Huang X-Y, Van Wert S, Barreto E, Wu J-Y, Gluckman BJ, Schiff SJ. The role of inhibition in oscillatory wave dynamics in cortex. European Journal of Neuroscience 36: 2201–2212, 2012.
  118. Schiff SJ, Ranjeva S, Sauer T, and Warf BC. Rainfall Drives Hydrocephalus in East Africa. Journal of Neurosurgery: Pediatrics 2012. JNS Podcast July 6, 2012. (Cover Article)
  119. Sedigh-Sarvestani M, Schiff SJ, Gluckman BJ. Reconstructing Mammalian Sleep Dynamics with Data Assimilation. PLoS Computational Biology 8(11): e1002788, 2012.
  120. Berzhanskaya J, Chernyy N, Gluckman BJ, Schiff SJ, Ascoli GA. Modulation of hippocampal rhythms by subthreshold electric fields and network topology. Journal of Computational Neuroscience, 34: 369-389, 2013.
  121. Ziburkus J, Cressman JR, Schiff SJ. Seizures as UP States: Dynamics of Excitatory and Inhibitory Synaptic Conductances During Seizure-like Events. Journal of Neurophysiology, 109:1296-1306, 2013.
  122. Ingram JM, Zhang C, Xu J, Schiff SJ. FRET excited ratiometric oxygen sensing in living tissue. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 214: 45–51, 2013.
  123. Gorzelic P, Schiff SJ, Sinha A. Model-based rational feedback controller design for closed-loop deep brain stimulation of Parkinson’s disease. Journal of Neural Engineering, 10: 026016, 2013.
  124. [Whalen AJ, Brennan SN, Sauer TD, Schiff SJ (2013) Observability and Controllability of Neuronal Network Motifs. arXiv:1307.5478 [q-bio.NC] Revised version appeared as arXiv arXiv:1307.5478v3 [q-bio.NC] and final version published in PRX in 2014].
  125. Kiwanuka J, Bazira J, Mwanga J, Tumusiime D, Nyesigire E, Lwanga N, Warf BC, Kapur V, Poss M, Schiff SJ. The Microbial Spectrum of Neonatal Sepsis in Uganda: Recovery of Culturable Bacteria in Mother-Infant Pairs. PLoS ONE, 8(8): e72775. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0072775.
  126. La Corte G, Wei Y, Chernyy N, Gluckman BJ, Schiff SJ. Frequency dependence of behavioral modulation by hippocampal electrical stimulation. Journal of Neurophysiology, 111: 470-480, 2014. DOI: 10.1152/jn.00523.2013.
  127. Sedigh-Sarvestani M, Thuku GI, Sunderam S, Parkar A, Weinstein SL, Schiff SJ, Gluckman BJ. Rapid-Eye-Movement Sleep Precedes Seizure Onset in the Tetanus Toxin Model of Temporal Lobe Epilepsy. Journal of Neuroscience, 34(4):1105-1114, 2014. doi:10.1523/JNEUROSCI.3103-13.2014
  128. Ingram J, Zhang C, Cressman JR, Hazra A, Wei Y,Koo Y-E, Ziburkus J, Kopelman R, Xu J, Schiff SJ. Oxygen and Seizure Dynamics: I. Experiments. Journal of Neurophysiology, 112: 205-212, 2014.
  129. Wei Y,Ullah G, Ingram J, Schiff SJ. Oxygen and Seizure Dynamics: II. Modeling. Journal of Neurophysiology, 112: 213-223, 2014.
  130. Wei Y,Ullah G, Schiff SJ. Unification of Neuronal Spikes, Seizures, and Spreading Depression. Journal of Neuroscience, 34:11733-11743, 2014. A Code Archive for this paper is available here.
  131. Geronimo A, Schiff SJ, Simmons Z. Acceptance of brain-computer interfaces in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis and Frontotemporal Degeneration, in press.
  132. [Whalen AJ, Brennan SN, Sauer TD, Schiff SJ (2014) Observability and Controllability of Nonlinear Networks: The Role of Symmetry. arXiv:1307.5478v3 [q-bio.NC]. Revised version published in PRX in 2015.]
  133. Mandell JG, Langelaan JW, Webb AG, Schiff SJ. Volumetric brain analysis in neurosurgery: Part 1. Particle filter segmentation of brain and cerebrospinal fluid growth dynamics from MRI and CT images. Journal of Neurosurgery: Pediatrics, 15(2): 113-124, 2015. A Code Archive for this paper is available here. And some simulation videos of these algorithms are available for CT and for MRI . Cover and Lead Companion Articles
  134. Mandell JG, Kulkarni AV, Warf BC, Schiff, SJ. Volumetric brain analysis in neurosurgery: Part 2. Brain and CSF volumes discriminate neurocognitive outcomes in hydrocephalus. Journal of Neurosurgery: Pediatrics, 15(2): 125-132, 2015. A Code Archive for this paper is available here. Cover and Lead Companion Articles
  135. Mandell, JG, Hill KL, Nguyen D, Moser M, Harbaugh RE, McInerney J, Kaaya Nsubuga B, Mugamba J, Johnson D, Warf BC, Boling W, Webb AG, Schiff SJ. Volumetric brain analysis in neurosurgery: Part 3. Volumetric CT analysis as a predictor of seizure outcome following temporal lobectomy. Journal of Neurosurgery: Pediatrics, 15(2): 133-143, 2015. Cover and Lead Companion Articles
  136. Whalen AJ, Brennan SN, Sauer TD, Schiff SJ. Observability and Controllability of Nonlinear Networks: The Role of Symmetry. Physical Review X 5, 011005 (2015).
  137. Ullah G, Wei Y, Dahlem M, Wechselberger M, Schiff S. The role of cell volume in the dynamics of seizure, spreading depression, and anoxic depolarization. PLoS Comp Biology, 11(8): e1004414, 2015. doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1004414.
  138. Geronimo A, Simmons Z, Schiff S. Performance predictors of brain-computer interfaces in patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Journal of Neural Engineering, 13: 026002, 2016.
  139. Lother S, Schiff SJ, Neuberger T, Jakoba PM, Fidler F, Design of a mobile, homogeneous and efficient electromagnet with a large field-of-view for neonatal low field MRI, Magnetic Resonance Materials in Physics, Biology and Medicine, 2016, in press, DOI 10.1007/s10334-016-0525-8.
  140. [Schiff SJ, Kiwanuka J, Riggio G, Nguyen L, Mu K, Sproul E, Bazira J, Mwanga J, Tumusiime D, Nyesigire E, Lwanga N, Bogale KT, Kapur V, Broach J, Morton S, Warf BC, Poss M. Separating Putative Pathogens from Background Contamination with Principal Orthogonal Decomposition: Evidence for Leptospira in the Ugandan Neonatal Septisome. arXiv:1602.00600 [q-bio.GN], 2016. Revised version published in Frontiers in Medicine 2016.]
  141. Geronimo A, Kamrunnahar M, Schiff SJ, Single trial predictors for gating motor-imagery brain-computer interfaces based on sensorimotor rhythm and visual evoked potentials. Frontiers in Neuroscience 10:164, doi: 10.3389/fnins.2016.00164.
  142. Schiff SJ, Kiwanuka J, Riggio G, Nguyen L, Mu K, Sproul E, Bazira J, Mwanga J, Tumusiime D, Nyesigire E, Lwanga N, Bogale KT, Kapur V, Broach J, Morton S, Warf BC, Poss M. Separating Putative Pathogens from Background Contamination with Principal Orthogonal Decomposition: Evidence for Leptospira in the Ugandan Neonatal Septisome. Frontiers in Medicine 3:22, 2016. 10.3389/fmed.2016.00022
  143. Whalen, A. J., Brennan, S. N., Sauer, T. D., and Schiff, S. J. (2016). Effects of symmetry on the structural controllability of neural networks: A perspective. Proceedings of the American Control Conference (ACC), 2016, 5785-5790. doi: 10.1109/acc.2016.7526576
  144. Bebell, L, Ayebare, A, Siedner, M, Bazira, J, Schiff, S, Metlay, J, Bangsberg, D, Ttendo, S, Firth, P. Prevalence and correlates of methicillin-resistant and methicillin-susceptible Staphylococcus aureus nasal carriage at a Ugandan regional referral hospital, J Antimicrob Chemother (2017) 72 (3): 888-892. doi: 10.1093/jac/dkw472. PMID: 27999030.
  145. Ssentongo P, Robuccio AE, Thuku G, Sim DG, Nabi A, Bahari F, Shanmugasundaram B, Billard MW, Geronimo A, Short KW, Drew PJ, Baccon J, Weinstein SL, Gilliam FG, Stoute JA, Chinchilli VM, Read AF, Gluckman BJ, Schiff SJ (2017) A Murine Model to Study Epilepsy and SUDEP Induced by Malaria Infection. Scientific Reports 7:43652. doi: 10.1038/srep43652. PMID: 28272506.
  146. Zhang YS, Santiago GT-d, Alvarez MM, Schiff SJ, Boyden ES, Khademhosseini A Expansion Mini-Microscopy: An Enabling Alternative in Point-of-Care Diagnostics. Current Opinion in Biomedical Engineering, 2017, in press. doi: 10.1016/j.cobme.2017.03.001.
  147. Ssentongo P, Muwanguzi AJB, Eden U, Sauer T, Bwanga G, Kateregga G, Aribo L, Ojara M, Mugerwa WK, Schiff SJ. Changes in Ugandan Climate Rainfall at the Village and Forest Level. arXiv:1705.05970 [physics.ao-ph], 2017.
  148. Geronimo, A., Sheldon, K. E., Broach, J. R., Simmons, Z., and Schiff, S. J. (2017). Expansion of C9ORF72 in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis correlates with brain-computer interface performance. Scientific Reports, 7(1). doi: 10.1038/s41598-017-08857-3

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