SBRI investigates the development, function and repair of neuronal circuits involved in cognition, motor control and biological rhythms and researches the structural foundations of computation in the cortex. We seek to develop embryonic stem cell based therapies so as to reverse the effects of brain lesions leading to the motor and cognitive deficits found in neurological disease including Parkinson's.
|1978||159(2):391-5||Influence of eccentricity on velocity characteristics of area 18 neurones in the cat||Orban GA, Kennedy H, Maes H||Brain Res||-|
|1978||116(3-4):413-9||Cats reared in stroboscopic illumination: velocity characteristics of area 18 neurons||Orban GA, Kennedy H, Maes H, Amblard B||Arch Ital Biol||-|
|1977||28(1-2):133-9||Direct projections from thalamic intralaminar nuclei to extra-striate visual cortex in the cat traced with horseradish peroxidase||Kennedy H, Baleydier C||Exp Brain Res||-|
|1977||27(3-4):315-7||Saccadic influences on single neuron activity in the medial bank of the cat's suprasylvian sulcus (Clare Bishop area)||Kennedy H, Magnin M||Exp Brain Res||-|
|1976||16(1):119-20||Receptive field response of LGB neurons during vestibular stimulation in awake cats||Kennedy H, Magnin M, Jeannerod M||Vision Res||-|
|1976||101(3):576-81||Effects of stroboscopic rearing on the binocularity and directionality of cat superior colliculus neurons||Flandrin JM, Kennedy H, Amblard B||Brain Res||-|