Samuel A. Deadwyler, Ph.D.
Professor, Physiology & Pharmacology
Brain Tumor Center of Excellence
Sticht Center on Aging
WFU Primate Center
Institute for Regenerative Medicine
Translational Science Institute
cognition/learning, cross(mult/tnslat/inter)discip, drugs/therapeutic agents pharm, engineering/bioengineering, instrument development, model development, neurosciences/behavior, rehabilitation, sleep research, substance abuse
Academic: 336-716-8540 | Department: 336-716-8540
Linville C, Mintz A, Hampson R, Deadwyler S, Peiffer A. Changes in FDG-PET uptake during a delayed match to samplememory task [abstract]. Neuro Oncol. 2013;15(Suppl 3):95.
Berger T, Song D, Chan R, Shin D, Marmarelis V, Hampson R, Sweatt A, Heck C, Liu C, Wills J, Lacoss J, Granacki J, Gerhardt G, Deadwyler S. Role of the hippocampus in memory formation: restorative encoding memory integration neural device as a cognitive neural prosthesis
. IEEE Pulse. 2012;3(5):17-22.
Linville C, Hampson R, Deadwyler S, Peiffer A. Exploring late effects of brain irradiation with a delayed match to sample paradigm [abstract]. Neuro Oncol. 2012;14(Suppl 6):62.
Hampson RE, Simeral JD, Berger TW, Song D, Chan RHM, Marmarelis VZ, Deadwyler SA. Cognitively relevant recoding in hippocampus: beneficial feedback of ensemble codes in a closed loop paradigm In: Vertes RP, Stackman RW, eds. Electrophysiological recording techniques. Totowa (NJ): Humana Press;2011: 215-240.
Hampson RE, Porrino LJ, Opris I, Stanford TE, Deadwyler SA. Effects of cocaine on neural substrates of cognitive demand in nonhuman primates [abstract]. Behav Pharmacol. 2011;22(Suppl A):e12.
Hampson RE, Deadwyler SA. Neural population recording in behaving animals: constituents of a neural code for behavioral decisions In: Holscher C, Munk M, eds. Information processing by neuronal populations. New York: Cambridge University Press;2009: 74-94.
Opris I, Hampson RE, Long J, Ramirez S, Todd M, Dunlap M, Stanford TR, Gerhardt GA, Deadwyler SA. Columnar processing in monkey prefrontal cortical neurons for juice vs. cocaine reinforcement [abstract]. Soc Neurosci Abstr. 2008;2008(Neuroscience Meeting Planner):.
Deadwyler S, Hampson R, inventors; Wake Forest University Health Sciences, assignee. Wireless systems and methods for the detection of neural events using onboard processing. United States patent US 7,460,904. 2008 Dec 2. 2008;():.
Deadwyler SA, Goonawardena AV, Hampson RE. Short-term memory is modulated by the spontaneous release of endocannabinoids: evidence from hippocampal population codes. Behav Pharmacol. 2007;18(5-6):571-580.
Deadwyler SA, Porrino LJ, Daunais JB, Miller M, Hanlon CA, Morgan AR, Gill KE, Long J, Ramirez S, Todd M, Hampson RE. Evidence for the differential effects of modafinil and the ampakine CX717 on task-related brain glucose metabolism in sleep-deprived monkeys [abstract]. Soc Neurosci Abstr. 2006;2006(Abstr Viewer):.
Hampson R, Porrino LJ, Daunais JB, Miller M, Hanlon CA, Morgan AR, Gill KE, Long J, Ramirez S, Todd M, Deadwyler SA. Sleep deprivation disrupts brain glucose utilization and performance on high vs. low cognitive load trials during a delayed-match-to-sample (DMS) task in nonhuman primates [abstract]. Soc Neurosci Abstr. 2006;2006(Abstr Viewer):.
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