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2014
Dura-Bernal, S., Prins N., Neymotin S., Prasad A., Sanchez J., Francis JT., et al. (2014).  Evaluating Hebbian reinforcement learning BMI using an in silico brain model and a virtual musculoskeletal arm.. Neural Control of Movement.
Kerr, C. C., O'Shea D. J., Goo W., Dura-Bernal S., Diester I., Kalanithi P., et al. (2014).  Information flow in optogenetically stimulated macaque motor cortex: simulation and experiment. Neural Control of Movement (NCM) meeting.
Dura-Bernal, S., Li K., Brockmeier A., Kerr C., Neymotin S., Principe J., et al. (2014).  Modulation of virtual arm trajectories via microstimulation in a spiking model of sensorimotor cortex. BMC Neuroscience. 15, P106.
Kerr, CC., O'Shea DJ., Goo W., Dura-Bernal S., Francis JT., Diester I., et al. (2014).  Network-level effects of optogenetic stimulation in a computer model of macaque primary motor cortex. BMC Neuroscience. 15, P107.
Kerr, C. C., O'Shea D. J., Goo W., Dura-Bernal S., Francis J. T., Diester I., et al. (2014).  Network-level effects of optogenetic stimulation in a computer model of macaque primary motor cortex. Computational Neuroscience Meeting (CNS 14').
Dura-Bernal, S., Li K., Brockmeier A., Kerr CC., Neymotin S., Principe J., et al. (2014).  Repairing lesions via microstimulation in a spiking network model driving a virtual arm.. Society for Neuroscience.
Dura-Bernal, S., Chadderdon GL., Neymotin S., Francis JT., & Lytton WW. (2014).  Towards a real-time interface between a biomimetic model of sensorimotor cortex and a robotic arm. Pattern Recognit Lett. 36, 204–212.
Lee, GJ., Matsunaga A., Dura-Bernal S., Zhang W., Lytton WW., Francis JT., et al. (2014).  Towards real-time communication between in vivo neurophysiological data sources and simulator-based brain biomimetic models. Journal of Computational Surgery. 3, 12.
2010
Dura-Bernal, S., Wennekers T.., & Denham S.. (2010).  The role of feedback in a hierarchical model of object perception. Proceedings of BICS 2010 - Brain Inspired Cognitive Systems 14-16 July 2010, Madrid, Spain..