Charles W Dickey
Charles W Dickey
Resident Physician, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Stanford University
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Mechanosensory neurons control the timing of spinal microcircuit selection during locomotion
S Knafo, K Fidelin, A Prendergast, PEB Tseng, A Parrin, C Dickey, ...
eLife 6, e25260, 2017
Travelling spindles create necessary conditions for spike-timing-dependent plasticity in humans
CW Dickey, A Sargsyan, JR Madsen, EN Eskandar, SS Cash, E Halgren
Nature Communications 12 (1), 1-15, 2021
Widespread ripples synchronize human cortical activity during sleep, waking, and memory recall
CW Dickey, IA Verzhbinsky, X Jiang, BQ Rosen, S Kajfez, B Stedelin, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (28), e2107797119, 2022
Cortical ripples during NREM sleep and waking in humans
CW Dickey, IA Verzhbinsky, X Jiang, BQ Rosen, S Kajfez, EN Eskandar, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 42 (42), 7931-7946, 2022
Distinct calcium signals in developing cortical interneurons persist despite disorganization of cortex by Tbr1 KO
CR Easton, CW Dickey, SP Moen, KE Neuzil, Z Barger, TM Anderson, ...
Developmental Neurobiology 76 (7), 705-720, 2016
Thalamic spindles and upstates, but not ripples, coordinate cortico-cortical and hippocampo-cortical co-ripples in humans
CW Dickey, IA Verzhbinsky, S Kajfez, BQ Rosen, CE Gonzalez, ...
bioRxiv, 2022.09. 15.507471, 2022
Coordination of Hippocampo-Cortical Waves and Single Unit Spiking in Human Memory
CW Dickey
University of California, San Diego, 2021
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