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Adults (18-65), Geriatrics (65+)
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Penn Neuroscience Center, Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine
South Pavilion, 2nd Floor
3400 Civic Center Boulevard
Philadelphia, PA 19104
A facility of the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
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My research focus is on the characteristics and limits of functional neuroplasticity in the adult human brain. I investigate how the brain reorganizes itself in response to injury, and whether or not it is possible to enhance the brain’s potential for reorganization in order to speed rehabilitation using noninvasive electrical or magnetic brain stimulation. A second area of interest for me is on the use of noninvasive brain stimulation to elucidate and enhance mechanisms of cognition in healthy individuals, and the biological, social, and ethical implications of neural enhancement.
Hill, K., Raney, C., Jackson, K., Murdock, H.M., Dawson, E., Delisser, H., Mamtani, M., Aysola, J.: A new way of evaluating effectiveness of URM summer pipeline programs Advances in Medical Education and Practice 12 : 863-869,2021.
Medgalia, J., Harvey, D., Kelkar, A., Zimmerman, J., Mass, J., Bassett, D., Hamilton, R.: Language tasks and the network control role of the left inferior frontal gyrus eNeuro : 2021.
Parchure, S.Y., Harvey, D.Y., Shah-Basak, P.P., DeLoretta, L., Wurzman, R., Sacchetti, D., Faseyitan, O., Lohoff, F.W., Hamilton, R.H.: Brain derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) gene polymorphism predicts response to continuous theta burst stimulation (cTBS) in chronic stroke patients Neuromodulation: Technology at the Neural Interface Online ahead of print : 2021.
Harvey, D.Y., Deloretta, L., Shah-Basak, P.P., Wurzman, R., Sacchetti, D., Ahmed, A., Thiam, A., Lohoff, F.W., Faseyitan, O., Hamilton, R.H.: Variability in cTBS aftereffects attributed to the interaction of stimulus intensity with BDNF Val66Met polymorphism. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 15 : 585533,2021.
Schwab, P.J., Miller, A. Raphail, A., Levine, A., Haslam, C., Coslett, H.B., Hamilton, R.H.: Virtual reality tools for assessing unilateral spatial neglect: A novel opportunity for data collection Journal of Visual Experimentation 169 : 2021.
Shah-Basak, P., Harvey, D.Y., Parchure, S., Faseyitan, O., Sacchetti, D., Ahmed, A., Thiam, A., Lohoff, F.W., Hamilton, R.H.: Brain-derived neurotrophic factor polymorphism influences response to single-pulse transcranial magnetic stimulation at rest Neuromodulation: Technology at the Neural Interface : 2020.
Nissim, N.R., Moberg, P.J., Hamilton, R.H.: Efficacy of noninvasive brain stimulation (tDCS or TMS) paired with language therapy in the treatment of primary progressive aphasia: an exploratory meta-analysis Brain Sciences 10 (9): 597,2020.
Ling, S., Raine, A., Choy, O., Hamilton, R.: The effect of prefrontal cortical stimulation on aggressive and antisocial behavior: A double-Blind, stratified, randomized, sham-Controlled, parallel-group trial Journal of Experimental Criminology 16 : 367–387,2020.
Markman, T.M., Hamilton, R.H., Marchlinski, F.E., Nazarian, S.: Case series of transcutaneous magnetic stimulation for ventricular tachycardia storm Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) 323 (21): 2200-2202,2020.
Coronel, J.C., O'Donnell, M.B., Beard, E.C., Hamilton, R.H., Falk, E.B.: Evaluating didactic and exemplar information: Non-invasive brain stimulation reveals message-processing mechanisms Communication Research : 2019.
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