Mark Bodner 博士

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Mark Bodner  博士Mark Bodner  博士

 

      Bodner, Mark Ph.D: received his B.S. from the University of Pittsburgh, and Ph.D. from the University of California Los Angeles.  After completion of postdoctoral training, he became a faculty member in the Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Science at the University of California, Los Angeles, and the Department of Physics at the University of California, Irvine.  Dr. Bodner is currently the President of Research of the MIND Research Institute.  He is also an adjunct professor in the department of mathematics at the University of Pittsburgh and the Department of Neurosurgery at the Johns Hopkins University.  He is a visiting professor at the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, East China Normal University.  His Research interests include mathematical neuroscience to understand the patterns of activity in networks of neurons, working memory, and research to understand neuropathologies particularly epilepsy.  
 
 
Selected Publications: 
 
    1.      Verduzco S, Bodner M, Ermentrout B (2011).  A model of complex sequence learning and reproduction in neural populations.  Journal of Computational Neuroscience (in press). 
 
    2.    Verduzco S, Bodner M, Ermentrout B (2011).  Modeling neuropathologies as disruption of normal sequence generation in working memory networks.  Neural Networks (in press). 
 
    3.    Bodner M, Patera J, Peterson M (2011).  Affine reflection groups for tiling applications: Knot theory and DNA.  Journal of Math. Phys. (in press). 
 
    4.   Verduzco S, Ermentrout B, Bodner M (2009). From working memory to epilepsy: Dynamics of facilitation and inhibition in a cortical network.  Chaos 19:015115.  
 
    5.    Verduzco S, Bodner M, Ermentrout B, Fuster JM Zhou YD (2009).  Working memory cell’s behavior may be explained by cross-regional networks with synaptic facilitation.  PLoS ONE 4(8): e6399. 
 
    6.    Ku Y, Ohara S, Wang L, Lenz FA, Hsiao SS, Bodner M, Hong B, Zhou YD (2007). Prefrontal Cortex and Somatosensory Cortex in Tactile crossmodal association: an independent component analysis of ERP recordings.  PLoS ONE 2(8): e771.  
 
    7.    Shafi M, Zhou YD, Quintana J, Chow CC, Fuster JM, Bodner M (2007).  Variability in neuronal activity in primate cortex during working memory tasks.  Neuroscience 146: 1082-1108.
 
   8.    Bodner M, Shafi M, Zhou YD, Fuster JM (2005).  Patterned firing of parietal cells in a haptic working memory task.  Eur. J. Neurosci. 21: 2538-2546.  
 
   9.    Fuster JM, Guiou M, Ardestani A, Cannestra A, Sheth S, Zhou YD, Toga A, Bodner M (2005).  Near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) in cognitive neuroscience of the primate brain.  NeuroImage 26: 215-220.   
 
  10.  Fuster JM, Bodner M, Kroger JK (2000).  Cross-modal and cross-temporal association in neurons of frontal cortex.  Nature 405: 347-351. 
 
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