Robert E W Chen

Robert E W Chen, MA, MSc, MB BCh, MB BChir

Our laboratory is currently investigating the organization of cortical inhibitory and excitatory pathways in the human motor cortex, pathophysiology of movement disorders, the mechanisms of action of deep brain stimulation as a treatment of movement disorders and cortical plasticity following peripheral injury such as amputation or nerve and muscle transfer.

The techniques used include single pulse, paired pulse and repetitive magnetic brain stimulation; detailed analysis, computer modeling and co-registration with structural magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) images of electroencephaolgraphic (EEG) cortical rhythms and movement-related cortical potentials.
Ann Neurol. 2014 Dec 2;
Christopher L, Duff-Canning S, Koshimori Y, Segura B, Boileau I, Chen R, Lang AE, Houle S, Rusjan P, Strafella AP
Neurobiol Aging. 2014 Aug 15;
Ni Z, Isayama R, Castillo G, Gunraj C, Saha U, Chen R
Cereb Cortex. 2014 Aug 6;
Cash RF, Murakami T, Chen R, Thickbroom GW, Ziemann U
J Neurosci. 2014 May 21;34(21):7314-21
Ni Z, Gunraj C, Kailey P, Cash RF, Chen R
Science. 2014 Jan 10;343(6167):137
Chen R
Exp Brain Res. 2014 Mar;232(3):1013-23
Kashigar A, Udupa K, Fish J, Chen R
J Neurophysiol. 2014 Mar;111(6):1350-61
Udupa K, Ni Z, Gunraj C, Chen R
Brain. 2014 Feb;137(Pt 2):565-75
Christopher L, Marras C, Duff-Canning S, Koshimori Y, Chen R, Boileau I, Segura B, Monchi O, Lang AE, Rusjan P, Houle S, Strafella AP

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Professor, Division of Neurology, Department of Medicine, University of Toronto