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Our laboratory is dedicated to the study of the physiology of cerebral cortex as it relates to diseases and disorders affecting movement in children. Much of our research has involved ADHD or Tourette syndrome symptoms. However, the interests of our primary and affiliated researchers are broad. Therefore, we facilitate research in a variety of areas with collaborators outside our group who share an interest in understanding the relationship between brain physiology and brain diseases. In addition, we anticipate expansion of our current efforts to research treatment applications of transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS).
Gilbert is a clinician scientist and pediatric neurologist. His primary clinical specialty is pediatric movement disorders. His research primarily involves trans-synaptic, paired pulse inhibition.
is a clinician scientist and pediatric neurologist. His primary clinical specialty
is pediatric movement disorders. His research involves use of TMS to measure
neuroplasticity and treatment trials using TMS.
Dr. Pedapati is a clinical researcher, Pediatrician, and Child Psychiatrist who specializes in the treatment of neuropsychiatric disease associated with ASD, genetic and other neurodevelopmental disorders including interdisciplinary treatment planning and advanced medication management.
Huddleston is a clinical research coordinator III for the lab and has earned
bachelors in Psychology from the University of Cincinnati. His duties include
data analysis and he is the TMS lab manager.
Cameron Laue is a clinical research coordinator III and has a B.A in English from Vassar College and a Post-Baccalaureate in Psychology from the University of Oregon. Her primary interests are in the neural correlates of mood disorders and how psychotherapy effects neurobiologic change.
Kirk Wallace is a Research Assistant II who maintains our equipment and designs new clinical analysis hardware and software electronics. His background is in physics and mathematics and his past research is in particle astrophysics research with NASA and National Science Foundation.
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Donald L. Gilbert, MD, MS
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