M. Fiene, J.-O. Radecke, J. Misselhorn, M. Sengelmann, C. S. Herrmann, T. R. Schneider, B. C. Schwab#, and A. K. Engel# (shared senior authorship): “tACS phase-specifically biases brightness perception of flickering light”, Brain Stimulation, 15(1), January-February 2022
B. C. Schwab, P. König and A. K. Engel: “Spike-timing-dependent plasticity can account for connectivity aftereffects of dual-site transcranial alternating current stimulation”, NeuroImage, 237, August 2021
B. C. Schwab, D. Kase, A. Zimnik, R. Rosenbaum, M. G. Codianni, J. E. Rubin and R. S. Turner: “Neural activity during a simple reaching task in macaques is counter to gating and rebound in basal ganglia-thalamic communication”, PLOS Biology, 18(10), October 2020
M. Fiene, B. C. Schwab, J. Misselhorn, C. S. Herrmann, T. R. Schneider and A. K. Engel: “Phase-specific manipulation of rhythmic brain activity by transcranial alternating current stimulation”, Brain Stimulation, 13(5), September-October 2020
J. Misselhorn, B. C. Schwab, T. R. Schneider and A. K. Engel: “Synchronization of sensory gamma oscillations promotes multisensory communication”, eNeuro, 6(5), September-October 2019
B. C. Schwab, J. Misselhorn and A. K. Engel: “Modulation of large-scale cortical coupling by transcranial alternating current stimulation”, Brain Stimulation, 12(5), September-October 2019; Erratum; Lay comic relating to this publication.
B. C. Schwab, R. J. A. van Wezel and S. A. van Gils: “Sparse pallidal connectivity shapes synchrony in a network model of the basal ganglia”, European Journal of Neuroscience, 45(8), Computational Neuroscience Special Section, April 2017
M. A. J. Lourens, B. C. Schwab, J. Nirody, H. G. E. Meijer and S. A. van Gils: “Exploiting pallidal plasticity for stimulation in Parkinson’s disease” Journal of Neural Engineering, 12(2), April 2015
B. C. Schwab, T. Heida, Y. Zhao, S. A. van Gils and R. J. A. van Wezel: “Pallidal gap junctions – Triggers of synchrony in Parkinson’s disease?” Movement Disorders, 29(12), October 2014
B. C. Schwab, T. Heida, Y. Zhao, E. Marani, S. A. van Gils and R. J. A. van Wezel: “Synchrony in Parkinson’s disease: Importance of intrinsic properties of the external globus pallidus”, Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience, Special Issue on Basal Ganglia, 7:60, October 2013
B. C. Schwab, G. Seemann, R. A. Lasher, N. S. Torres, E. M. Wülfers, M. Arp, E. D. Carruth, J. H. B. Bridge and F. B. Sachse: “Quantitative analysis of cardiac tissue including fibroblasts using three-dimensional confocal microscopy and image reconstruction: Towards a basis for electrophysiological modeling”, IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging, 32(5), May 2013
B. C. Schwab: “Do gap junctions regulate synchrony in the parkinsonian basal ganglia?”, PhD Thesis, University of Twente, April 2016, pdf
B. C. Schwab: “Towards a quantitative understanding of the electrophysiological role of cardiac fibroblasts”, Diploma (Master’s) Thesis, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, March 2012, pdf
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