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Mohammad Daneshzand, Ph.D.

Concepts (22)

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Name Number of Publications Most Recent Publication Publications by All Authors Concept Score Why?
Subthalamic Nucleus220181171.330 Why?
Deep Brain Stimulation220185061.000 Why?
Models, Neurological2201817390.800 Why?
Neurofeedback12018400.770 Why?
Parkinson Disease3201823310.690 Why?
Dopamine1201715350.430 Why?
Action Potentials1201717980.410 Why?
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation2202011140.230 Why?
Neurons2201891060.230 Why?
Electromagnetic Fields120203090.190 Why?
Globus Pallidus120182320.180 Why?
Basal Ganglia120185380.150 Why?
Membrane Potentials1201812300.150 Why?
Software1202042540.080 Why?
Head220207430.080 Why?
Electricity120201610.050 Why?
Time Factors12018414510.040 Why?
Brain12020229660.030 Why?
Heart Rate1202041100.020 Why?
Humans420206483300.020 Why?
Computer Simulation1202060420.020 Why?
Algorithms12020129950.010 Why?
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Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.