The Functional Connectome of Speech Control
Neural Communities through Behaviors
Connectome-Wide Phenotypical and Genotypical Associations in Dystonia
High-Frequency Brain Networks Undergo Modular Breakdwon during Epileptic Seizures
2019 American Laryngological Association
Alexis Worthley: Outstanding Paper Award
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Dopamine Drives Left-Laterization of Neural Networks during Speech
Focal White Matter Changes in Laryngeal Dystonia
We investigate neural mechanisms of isolated focal dystonia and tremor to determine the disorder-specific pathophysiology and develop novel diagnostic tools and therapeutic strategies for these patients. We use a variety of experimental approaches, including multimodal neuroimaging, advanced machine learning, clinical-behavioral testing, neuropathology, and genetics.
The Dystonia and Speech Motor Control Laboratory is supported by the National Institutes of Health - National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) and National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), Department of Defense, Amazon Web Services, Jazz Pharmaceuticals, Mass General Brigham Innovation.
- Temporal Signature of Task-Specificity in Isolated Focal Laryngeal Dystonia July 25, 2023
- Sodium Oxybate in Alcohol-Responsive Essential Tremor of Voice: An Open-Label Phase II Study July 14, 2023
- Parkinson's disease speech production network as determined by graph-theoretical network analysis July 3, 2023
- Clinical Implications of Dystonia as a Neural Network Disorder June 20, 2023
- Sensory processing in the auditory and olfactory domains is normal in laryngeal dystonia January 14, 2023