1. Potential Biomarkers of Schizophrenia from MEG Resting-State Functional Connectivity Networks; preliminary data. Bowyer, SM, Gjini K, Zhu X, Kim L , Moran JE, Rizvi SU, Gumenyuk V, Tepley N, Boutro s NN,  Journal of Behavioral and Brain Science, 2015, 5, 1-11 http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/jbbs.2015.51001

2. A Combination of Particle Swarm Optimization and Minkowski Weighted K-Means Clustering: Application in Lateralization of Temporal Lobe Epilepsy. Jamali-Dinan SS, Soltanian-Zadeh H, Bowyer SM, Almohri H, Dehghani H, Elisevich K, Nazem-Zadeh MR. Brain Topogr. 2020 Jul;33(4):519-532. doi: 10.1007/s10548-020-00770-9. Epub 2020 Apr 28. PMID: 32347472

3. Presurgical Functional Mapping with Magnetoencephalography. Bowyer SM, Pang EW, Huang M, Papanicolaou AC, Lee RR. Neuroimaging Clin N Am. 2020 May;30(2):159-174. doi: 10.1016/j.nic.2020.02.005. Epub 2020 Apr 15. PMID: 32336404 Review.

4. Magnetoencephalography Signal Processing, Forward Modeling, Magnetoencephalography Inverse Source Imaging, and Coherence Analysis. Hämäläinen M, Huang M, Bowyer SM. Neuroimaging Clin N Am. 2020 May;30(2):125-143. doi: 10.1016/j.nic.2020.02.001. PMID: 32336402 Review.

5. Sensorimotor Integration and GABA-ergic Activity in Embouchure Dystonia: An Assessment with Magnetoencephalography. Bulica B, Sidiropoulos C, Mahajan A, Zillgitt A, Kaminski P, Bowyer SM. Tremor Other Hyperkinet Mov (N Y). 2019 Sep 24;9. doi: 10.7916/tohm.v0.709. eCollection 2019. PMID: 31632836

6. Deficit Versus Nondeficit Schizophrenia: An MEG-EEG Investigation of Resting State and Source Coherence-Preliminary Data. Gjini K, Bowyer SM, Wang F, Boutros NN. Clin EEG Neurosci. 2020 Jan;51(1):34-44. doi: 10.1177/1550059419867561. Epub 2019 Aug 4. PMID: 31379210

7. Evoked Potentials Investigations of Deficit Versus Nondeficit Schizophrenia: EEG-MEG Preliminary Data. Boutros NN, Gjini K, Wang F, Bowyer SM. Clin EEG Neurosci. 2019 Mar;50(2):75-87. doi: 10.1177/1550059418797868. Epub 2018 Sep 3. PMID: 30175598

8. Preliminary Evidence for Limbic-Frontal Hyperexcitability in Psychogenic Nonepileptic Seizure Patients. Boutros N, Kang SS, Uysal U, Urfy M, Thomas Z, Bowyer SM, Gustafson K. Clin EEG Neurosci. 2019 Jul;50(4):287-295. doi: 10.1177/1550059418792454. Epub 2018 Aug 3. PMID: 30073861

9. Sensory Trick in a Patient with Cervical Dystonia: Insights from Magnetoencephalography. Mahajan A, Zillgitt A, Bowyer SM, Sidiropoulos C. Brain Sci. 2018 Mar 22;8(4):51. doi: 10.3390/brainsci8040051. PMID: 29565281

10. Patterns of altered neural synchrony in the default mode network in autism spectrum disorder revealed with magnetoencephalography (MEG): Relationship to clinical symptomatology. Lajiness-O'Neill R, Brennan JR, Moran JE, Richard AE, Flores AM, Swick C, Goodcase R, Andersen T, McFarlane K, Rusiniak K, Kovelman I, Wagley N, Ugolini M, Albright J, Bowyer SM. Autism Res. 2018 Mar;11(3):434-449. doi: 10.1002/aur.1908. Epub 2017 Dec 18. PMID: 29251830

11. The Effect of Botulinum Toxin on Network Connectivity in Cervical Dystonia: Lessons from Magnetoencephalography. Mahajan A, Alshammaa A, Zillgitt A, Bowyer SM, LeWitt P, Kaminski P, Sidiropoulos C. Tremor Other Hyperkinet Mov (N Y). 2017 Nov 10;7:502. doi: 10.7916/D84M9H4W. eCollection 2017. PMID: 29204314

12. Connectivity measurements for network imaging.  Bowyer SM. Curr Top Behav Neurosci. 2014 21:315-30. PMID: 25129140

13. Magnetoencephalography Coherence Source Imaging in Dyslexia: Activation of Working Memory Pathways. Mansour A,  Bowyer SM, Richard AE,   Moran JE,   Erdodi LA,   Olszewski A,   Pawluk L,   Jacobson D,  Vogt K,  Moore AM,  Lajiness-O’Neill R.  Psychology October 31, 2014 DOI: 10.4236/psych.2014.516193  

14. Neural Synchrony Examined with Magnetoencephalography (MEG) During Eye Gaze Processing in Autism Spectrum Disorders. Lajiness-O'Neill R, Richard A,  Moran J, Olszewski A, Pawluk L,  Jacobson D, Mansour A, Vogt K, Schmitt T, Erdodi L, Moore A,  Bowyer SM. Journal of Neurodevelopmental Disorders 2014;  6(1):15. doi: 10.1186/1866-1955-6-15. PMID:24976870

15. Neurophysiological Findings from Magnetoencephalography in Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Comprehensive Review Lajiness-O'Neill R, Bowyer SM, Moran J, Zillgitt A, Richard AE, Boutros NN.  Future Neurology, 2014  9(3); 355-384.

16. Anticonvulsant medications for panic disorder: a review and synthesis of the evidence. Boutros NN, Ghosh S, Khan A, Bowyer SM, Galloway MP. Int J Psychiatry Clin Pract. 2014 Jan;18(1):2-10. PMID: 24313739

17. What you need to know to become a MEG technologist. Mason KM, Ebersole SM, Fujiwara H, Lowe JP, Bowyer SM. Neurodiagn J. 2013 Sep;53(3):191-206. PMID: 24046968

18. Impaired prefrontal gamma band synchrony in autism spectrum disorders during gaze cueing. Richards A, O’Neill R, Bowyer SM. Neuroreport 2013 PMID 24077557

19. Hemispheric Dominance and Cell Phone Use. Seidman MD, Siegel B,  Shah P, Bowyer SM. JAMA Otolaryngology - Head & Neck  2013 139(5):466-70. 

20. Abnormal coherence imaging in panic disorder: a magnetoencephalography investigation. Boutros NN, Galloway MP, Ghosh S, Gjini K, Bowyer SM. Neuroreport. 2013 19;24(9):487-91.

21. Panic vs epilepsy; a challenging differential diagnosis.Boutros NN, Gjini K, Moran J, Chugani H, Bowyer S. Clinical EEG  Neuroscience 2013

22. Sleep Extension Normalizes ERP of Waking Auditory Sensory Gating in Healthy Habitually Short Sleeping Individuals. Gumenyuk V, Korzyukov O, Roth T, Bowyer SM, Drake CL. PLos One 2013

23. Slow Brain Activity (ISA/DC) Detected by MEG. Bowyer SM, Shvarts V, Moran JE, Mason KM, Barkley GL, Tepley N. J Clin Neurophysiol. 2012  29(4):320-6.

24. American Clinical Magnetoencephalography Society Clinical Practice Guideline 2: presurgical functional brain mapping using magnetic evoked fields*. J Clin Neurophysiol. 2011 Aug;28(4):355-61.Burgess RC, Funke ME, Bowyer SM, Lewine JD, Kirsch HE, Bagić AI; ACMEGS Clinical Practice Guideline (CPG) Committee.

25. An assessment of MEG coherence imaging in the study of temporal lobe epilepsy. Elisevich K, Shukla N, Moran JE, Smith B, Schultz L, Mason K, Barkley GL, Tepley N, Gumenyuk V, Bowyer SM. Epilepsia. 2011 Jun;52(6):1110-9

26. Clinical applications of magnetoencephalography in epilepsy. Ray A, Bowyer SM. Ann Indian Acad Neurol. 2010 Jan;13(1):14-22.

27. Cortical Electrical Suppression of Tinnitus and Modulation of Its Related Neural Activity. Zhang JS, Guan ZL, Zhang XG, Beydoun H, Seidman M, Elisevich K, Bowyer SM, Jiang Q, Moran JE. New Zealand Medical Journal 2010:123:1311: 77-88.  ISSN 1175 8716.

28. Cortical Locations of the Maximal Spindle activity: MEG study. Gumenyuk V, Roth T, Moran JE, Jefferson C, Bowyer SM, Tepley N, Drake CL.  Journal of Sleep Research 18:245-253. 2009.

29. Conversation Effects on Neural Mechanisms Underlying Reaction Time to Visual Events while Viewing a Driving Scene: I. MEG Analysis.  Bowyer SM, Hsieh L, Moran JE, Young RA, Manoharan A, Liao CJ, Malladi K, Yu Y, Chiang YR, Tepley N. Brain Research  2009 1251:151-161.

30. Conversation Effects on Neural Mechanisms Underlying Reaction Time to Visual Events while Viewing a Driving Scene: II. fMRI  Analysis and Asynchrony Model. L Hsieh, R Young, SM Bowyer, JE Moran, RJ Genik, CC Green, YR Chiang, YJ Yu, CC Liao, S Seaman.   Brain Research 2009. 1251:162-175.    

31. Electrical Modulation of Tinnitus-Related Activity.  Zhang J,  Guan Z, Ramachandran V, Dunford J, Hoa M,  Pace E, Mao J, Seidman M,  Elisevich K, Bowyer S  Jiang Q.  Seminars in Hearing, 29(4):313-326, 2008 

32. Evidence for a frontal cortex role in both auditory and somatosensory habituation: A MEG study. Weiland BJ, Boutros NN, Moran JM, Tepley N, Bowyer SM. Neuroimage  42(2):827-35, 2008.

33. A Retrospective Analysis of the Effect of General Anesthetic Agents on the Successful Detection of Interictal Epileptic Activity in MEG.  Balakrishnan G. Grover KM, Mason KM, Smith BJ, Barkley GL, Tepley N, Bowyer SM. Anesthesia & Analgesia  104(6):1493-7, 2007.

34. Treatment effects of FAST FORWORD demonstrated by Magnetoencephalography (MEG). Lajiness-O'Neill R, Akamine Y, Bowyer SM. Neurocase 13(5):390-401, 2007.

35. Evidence for a frontal cortex role in both auditory and somatosensory habituation: A MEG study. Weiland BJ, Boutros NN, Moran JM, Tepley N, Bowyer SM. Neuroimage  42(2):827-35, 2008. 

36. Direct Electrical Stimulation of Heschl’s Gyrus for Tinnitus Treatment. Seidman MD, De Ridder D, Elisevich K, Bowyer SM , Darrat I, Dria J, Stach B, Jiang Q,  Tepley N, Ewing J, Seidman M, Zhang J.   The Laryngoscope 118(3):491-500, 2008.

37. Generators of the intracranial P50 response in auditory sensory gating. Korzyukov OA, Pflieger ME, Wagner M, Bowyer SM, Rosburg T, Sundaresan K, Elger CE, Boutros NN. NeuroImage 35:814-26, 2007.

38. Retrospective Analysis of the Effect of General Anesthetic Agents on the Successful Detection of Interictal Epileptic Activity in MEG.  Balakrishnan G. Grover KM, Mason KM, Smith BJ, Barkley GL, Tepley N, Bowyer SM. A Anesthesia & Analgesia  104:1493-7, 2007.

39. Daily use of sildenafil citrate in a patient with locked-in syndrome Stroke. Silver B, Grover K, Arcila X, Mitsias P, Bowyer S, Chopp M,  CJNS  33: 246-249, 2006.

40. New insights into brain dysfunction in migraine.  Aurora SK, Bowyer SM.  Expert Rev of Neurotherapeutics 6(3):307-12, 2006.

41. Retrospective Review of Visual Evoked Hemifield Response by MEG Prior to Tumor Resection. Grover KM, Bowyer SM, Rock J, Rosenblum ML, Mason KM, Moran JE, Smith BJ, Barkley GL. Journal of NeuroOncology 77(2):161-6, 2006.

42. Retrospective Review of Visual Evoked Hemifield Response by MEG Prior to Tumor Resection.  Grover KM, Bowyer SM, Rock J, Rosenblum ML, Mason KM, Moran JE, Smith BJ, Barkley GL. On Line Journal of NeuroOncology 2005

43. Multi-Resolution FOCUSS: A source imaging technique applied to MEG data. Moran JE, Bowyer SM, and Tepley N.  Brain Topography 18:1-17, 2005.

44. MEG Localization of the Basal Temporal Language Area. Bowyer SM, Fleming T, Greenwald ML, Moran JE, Mason KM, Weiland BJ, Smith BJ, Barkley GL, Tepley N. Epilepsy & Behavior 6:229-234, 2005.

45. Language Laterality Determined by MEG Mapping with MR-FOCUSS. Bowyer SM, Moran JE, Weiland BJ, Mason KM, Greenwald ML,  Smith BJ, Barkley GL, Tepley N. Epilepsy & Behavior 6:235-241, 2005.

46. Cortical Hyperexcitability in  Migraine patients before and after Sodium Valproate Treatment.   Bowyer SM,  Mason KM, Moran JE, Tepley N, Mitsias PD. J Clin Neurophys 22: 65-67, 2005.

47. MEG Localization of Language Specific Cortex Utilizing MR-FOCUSS.  Bowyer SM, Moran JE, Mason KM, Constantinou JE, Smith BJ, Barkley GL, Tepley N. Neurology 62:2247-2255, 2004.

48. Magnetoencephalography (MEG) studies of speech production.  Greenwald M, Bowyer SM. Perspectives on Neurophysiology and Neurogenic Speech and Langue Disorders 13:(3) 4-9, 2003.

49. MEG Validation Parameters for Clinical Evaluation of Interictal Epileptic Activity. Bowyer SM,  Mason K, Tepley N, Smith B, Barkley GL.J Clin Neurophysiol 20:87-93, 2003.

50. MEG Fields from Patients with Spontaneous and Induced Migraine Aura. Bowyer SM, Aurora S K, Moran J E, Tepley N, and Welch KMA. Annals of Neurology 50:582-587, 2001.

51. Two Dimensional Inverse Imaging of Current Sources in Magnetoencephalography. Moran JE, Tepley N.  Brain Topography, 12 :201-217, 2000.

52. Serial Magnetoencephalographic (MEG) Observations of a Developing Infant During Sleep. Bowyer SM,  Burdette D, Moran JE, and Tepley N.  Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, 42:143-144, 2000.

53. The Occipital Cortex is Hyperexcitable in Migraine:  Evidence from TMS, fMRI and MEG Studies. Aurora SK, Bowyer SM, Cao Y, Welch KMA. Headache 39:7:469-476, 1999.

54. Modeling of spreading cortical depression using a realistic head model. Wijesinghe  R, Roth BJ, Tepley N. Brain Topography 11: 3-12. 1998.

55. A Four Sphere Model for calculating the magnetic field associated with spreading cortical depression.  Wijesinghe RS, Tepley N. Brain Topography 9: 191-202, 1997.

56. A Technique for Sequential Measurements of DC Neuromagnetic Fields. Tepley N, Bowyer S, Clifton Y, Saligram U. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, 99:16-18, 1996.

57. A dipole model for spreading cortical depression. Tepley N, Wijesinghe R, Brain Topography, 8: 345-353 1996.

58. Evidence for multiple generators in evoked responses using finite difference field mapping:  auditory evoked fields.  Moran JE, Tepley N, Jacobson GP, Barkley GL. Brain Topography 5: 229-240 1993.

59. Central neurogenic mechanisms of migraine. Welch KMA, Barkley GL, Tepley N, Ramadan NM. Neurology: 43 (3): 521-525, 1993.

60. Wave of the future. Tepley N, Barkley GL. Science 253: 1468, 1991.

61. Techniques for DC magnetoencephalography.  Barkley G, Moran J, Tepley N. J Clin Neurophysiology 8:189-199, 1991.

62. Auditory evoked cortical magnetic field (M100/M200) measurements in tinnitus and normal groups. Jacobson GP, Ahmad BK, Moran JE, Newman CW, Tepley N, Wharton J. Hearing Research 56: 44-52, 1991.

63. Magnetoencephalographic studies of migraine. Barkley G, Tepley N, Nagel-Leiby S, Moran JE, Simkins RT, Welch KMA. Headache 30:428-434, 1990.



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