Department of Neurosurgery

NIH-Funded Projects

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NIH-Funded Projects

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A sampling of the department’s NIH-funded projects is highlighted below:

PI: Kelly Bijanki  
K01MH116364
THE HUMAN AMYGDALA IN SOCIAL PROCESSING: CIRCUITS, PHYSIOLOGY, BEHAVIOR, AND NEUROMODULATION

PI: Kelly Bijanki  
R21NS104953
NOVEL STRATEGIES FOR MAPPING THE EMOTIONAL NEURAL CIRCUITRY USING HUMAN BRAIN STIMULATION

PI: Benjamin Deneen
R01NS071153
TRANSCRIPTIONAL CONTROL OF GLIOGENESIS IN THE CNS

PI: Brett Foster
R01MH116914
SENSORY REINSTATEMENT IN HUMAN NEOCORTEX

PI: Ali Jalali
K08NS110976
ROLE OF POT1 MUTATIONS IN GLIOMA INITIATION 

PI: Akash Patel
K08NS102474
ESTABLISHING THE GENOMIC LANDSCAPE OF HUMAN ATYPICAL MENINGIOMAS  

PI: Tatiana Schnur
R01DC014976
LANGUAGE AND NEURAL RECOVERY FROM STROKE: ROLE OF SELECTION AND WORKING MEMORY 

PI: Sameer Sheth
UH3NS103549
DEEP BRAIN STIMULATION FOR DEPRESSION USING DIRECTIONAL CURRENT STEERING AN INDIVIDUALIZED NETWORK TARGETING

PI: Sameer Sheth
U01NS108923
MECHANISMS OF RAPID, FLEXIBLE COGNITIVE CONTROL IN HUMAN PREFRONTAL CORTEX

PI: Sameer Sheth
R25NS070694
BAYLOR RESEARCH EDUCATION PROGRAM IN NEUROSURGERY

PI: Sameer Sheth
R01MH106700
COGNITIVE CONTROL MECHANISMS IN HUMAN PREFRONTAL CORTEX

PI: Trent Watkins
R01NS1126991 01A1
MOLECULAR DISSECTION OF THE AXONAL INJURY RESPONSE FOR REGENERATION AND NEUROPROTECTION

PI: Ashwin Viswanathan
R01NR018481
PERCUTANEOUS CORDOTOMY FOR PAIN PALLIATION IN ADVANCED CANCER

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