Professor, Departments of Physiology & Pharmacology and Psychology, Western University
Profile & Research Interests
Stefan Everling focuses on the cognitive control of eye movements and visual attention, using both high-density single neuron recordings in awake behaving nonhuman primates as well as fMRI in humans and nonhuman primates. His recent studies on the homology and dynamics of resting state networks in humans and NHPs opens up the possibility of doing resting state studies in NHPs across a whole variety of interventions that are not possible in humans. He leads the development of the nonhuman primate facility at the Centre for Brain and Mind at Western, serving as the Director of this facility since 2003.
- Dr.rer.nat. University of Bremen
- Neural activity in the macaque putamen associated with saccades and behavioral outcome. Phillips JM, Everling S. PLoS One. 2012;7(12):e51596.
- Information processing architecture of functionally defined clusters in the macaque cortex. Shen K, Bezgin G, Hutchison RM, Gati JS, Menon RS, Everling S, McIntosh AR. J Neurosci. 2012 Nov 28;32(48):17465-76.
- NMDA antagonist ketamine reduces task selectivity in macaque dorsolateral prefrontal neurons and impairs performance of randomly interleaved prosaccades and antisaccades. Skoblenick K, Everling S. J Neurosci. 2012 Aug 29;32(35):12018-27.
- Monkey in the middle: why non-human primates are needed to bridge the gap in resting-state investigations. Hutchison RM, Everling S. Front Neuroanat. 2012;6:29.
- Resting-state connectivity identifies distinct functional networks in macaque cingulate cortex. Hutchison RM, Womelsdorf T, Gati JS, Leung LS, Menon RS, Everling S. Cereb Cortex. 2012 Jun;22(6):1294-308.
Recent Publications on Pubmed: S Everling
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