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Laura Lewis
Laura Lewis
IMES, EECS, and RLE at MIT, Martinos Center at MGH
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Coupled electrophysiological, hemodynamic, and cerebrospinal fluid oscillations in human sleep
NE Fultz, G Bonmassar, K Setsompop, RA Stickgold, BR Rosen, ...
Science 366 (6465), 628-631, 2019
7522019
Systems and methods to infer brain state during burst suppression
PL Purdon, EN Brown, LD Lewis, BM Westover, SN Ching
US Patent 10,383,574, 2019
4922019
System and method for monitoring anesthesia and sedation using measures of brain coherence and synchrony
PL Purdon, LD Lewis, O Akeju, EN Brown
US Patent App. 14/260,006, 2014
4902014
Rapid fragmentation of neuronal networks at the onset of propofol-induced unconsciousness
LD Lewis, VS Weiner, EA Mukamel, JA Donoghue, EN Eskandar, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (49), E3377-E3386, 2012
4352012
Thalamic reticular nucleus induces fast and local modulation of arousal state
LD Lewis, J Voigts, FJ Flores, LI Schmitt, MA Wilson, MM Halassa, ...
Elife 4, e08760, 2015
2032015
Fast fMRI can detect oscillatory neural activity in humans
LD Lewis, K Setsompop, BR Rosen, JR Polimeni
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (43), E6679-E6685, 2016
1842016
Resting-state “physiological networks”
JE Chen, LD Lewis, C Chang, Q Tian, NE Fultz, NA Ohringer, BR Rosen, ...
NeuroImage 213, 116707, 2020
1352020
Local cortical dynamics of burst suppression in the anaesthetized brain
LD Lewis, SN Ching, VS Weiner, RA Peterfreund, EN Eskandar, SS Cash, ...
Brain 136 (9), 2727-2737, 2013
1222013
The interconnected causes and consequences of sleep in the brain
LD Lewis
Science 374 (6567), 564-568, 2021
732021
Stimulus-dependent hemodynamic response timing across the human subcortical-cortical visual pathway identified through high spatiotemporal resolution 7T fMRI
LD Lewis, K Setsompop, BR Rosen, JR Polimeni
Neuroimage 181, 279-291, 2018
732018
The impact of the human thalamus on brain-wide information processing
JM Shine, LD Lewis, DD Garrett, K Hwang
Nature Reviews Neuroscience 24 (7), 416-430, 2023
672023
Imaging faster neural dynamics with fast fMRI: A need for updated models of the hemodynamic response
JR Polimeni, LD Lewis
Progress in neurobiology 207, 102174, 2021
582021
Model-based physiological noise removal in fast fMRI
U Agrawal, EN Brown, LD Lewis
NeuroImage 205, 116231, 2020
492020
Disruption of brainstem structural connectivity in REM sleep behavior disorder using 7 Tesla magnetic resonance imaging
MG García‐Gomar, A Videnovic, K Singh, M Stauder, LD Lewis, LL Wald, ...
Movement Disorders 37 (4), 847-853, 2022
312022
A synaptic strategy for consolidation of convergent visuotopic maps
MA Phillips, MT Colonnese, J Goldberg, LD Lewis, EN Brown, ...
Neuron 71 (4), 710-724, 2011
282011
A temporal sequence of thalamic activity unfolds at transitions in behavioral arousal state
B Setzer, NE Fultz, DEP Gomez, SD Williams, G Bonmassar, JR Polimeni, ...
Nature Communications 13 (1), 5442, 2022
262022
Investigating mechanisms of fast BOLD responses: The effects of stimulus intensity and of spatial heterogeneity of hemodynamics
JE Chen, GH Glover, NE Fultz, BR Rosen, JR Polimeni, LD Lewis
NeuroImage 245, 118658, 2021
242021
Neural activity induced by sensory stimulation can drive large-scale cerebrospinal fluid flow during wakefulness in humans
SD Williams, B Setzer, NE Fultz, Z Valdiviezo, N Tacugue, Z Diamandis, ...
PLoS biology 21 (3), e3002035, 2023
212023
A transient cortical state with sleep-like sensory responses precedes emergence from general anesthesia in humans
LD Lewis, G Piantoni, RA Peterfreund, EN Eskandar, PG Harrell, O Akeju, ...
eLife 7, e33250, 2018
202018
Current understanding of the anatomy, physiology, and magnetic resonance imaging of neurofluids: update from the 2022 “ISMRM Imaging Neurofluids Study group” workshop in Rome
N Agarwal, LD Lewis, L Hirschler, LR Rivera, S Naganawa, ...
Journal of magnetic resonance imaging 59 (2), 431-449, 2024
192024
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