Katie A Ferguson
Katie A Ferguson
Associate Research Scientist, Neuroscience, Yale University
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Mechanisms underlying gain modulation in the cortex
KA Ferguson, JA Cardin
Nature Reviews Neuroscience 21 (2), 80-92, 2020
Developmental dysfunction of VIP interneurons impairs cortical circuits
R Batista-Brito, M Vinck, KA Ferguson, JT Chang, D Laubender, G Lur, ...
Neuron 95 (4), 884-895. e9, 2017
Excitatory inputs determine phase-locking strength and spike-timing of CA1 stratum oriens/alveus parvalbumin and somatostatin interneurons during intrinsically generated …
CYL Huh, B Amilhon, KA Ferguson, F Manseau, SG Torres-Platas, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 36 (25), 6605-6622, 2016
Experimentally constrained CA1 fast-firing parvalbumin-positive interneuron network models exhibit sharp transitions into coherent high frequency rhythms
KA Ferguson, CYL Huh, B Amilhon, S Williams, FK Skinner
Frontiers in computational neuroscience 7, 144, 2013
Combining theory, model, and experiment to explain how intrinsic theta rhythms are generated in an in vitro whole hippocampus preparation without oscillatory inputs
KA Ferguson, AP Chatzikalymniou, FK Skinner
eneuro 4 (4), 2017
Network models provide insights into how oriens–lacunosum-moleculare and bistratified cell interactions influence the power of local hippocampal CA1 theta oscillations
KA Ferguson, CYL Huh, B Amilhon, F Manseau, S Williams, FK Skinner
Frontiers in systems neuroscience 9, 110, 2015
Inhibitory network bistability explains increased interneuronal activity prior to seizure onset
S Rich, HM Chameh, M Rafiee, K Ferguson, FK Skinner, TA Valiante
Frontiers in neural circuits 13, 81, 2020
25th annual computational neuroscience meeting: CNS-2016
TO Sharpee, A Destexhe, M Kawato, V Sekulić, FK Skinner, DK Wójcik, ...
BMC neuroscience 17, 1-112, 2016
Examining the limits of cellular adaptation bursting mechanisms in biologically-based excitatory networks of the hippocampus
KA Ferguson, F Njap, W Nicola, FK Skinner, SA Campbell
Journal of Computational Neuroscience 39, 289-309, 2015
Hyperpolarization-activated currents and subthreshold resonance in granule cells of the olfactory bulb
R Hu, KA Ferguson, CB Whiteus, DH Meijer, RC Araneda
Eneuro 3 (5), 2016
Simple, biologically-constrained CA1 pyramidal cell models using an intact, whole hippocampus context
KA Ferguson, CYL Huh, B Amilhon, S Williams, FK Skinner
F1000Research 3, 2014
Modeling oscillatory dynamics in brain microcircuits as a way to help uncover neurological disease mechanisms: A proposal
FK Skinner, KA Ferguson
Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science 23 (4), 2013
A two compartment model of a CA1 pyramidal neuron
KA Ferguson, SA Campbell
Can Appl Math Q 17 (2), 293-307, 2009
Hippocampal theta, gamma, and theta/gamma network models
KA Ferguson, FK Skinner
Encyclopedia of computational neuroscience, 1575-1588, 2022
Hippocampus, Model Inhibitory Cells
FK Skinner, KA Ferguson
Encyclopedia of Computational Neuroscience, 1365-1374, 2015
VIP interneurons regulate cortical size tuning and visual perception
KA Ferguson, J Salameh, C Alba, S Hannah, C Barnes, S Lohani, ...
Cell Reports 42 (9), 1-12, 2023
Mathematical models provide insight into the role of interneurons in hippocampal CA1 network theta rhythm generation
KA Ferguson
University of Toronto (Canada), 2015
Mean field analysis gives accurate predictions of the behaviour of large networks of sparsely coupled and heterogeneous neurons
W Nicola, F Njap, K Ferguson, F Skinner, SA Campbell
BMC Neuroscience 15, 1-2, 2014
Hyperpolarization-activated currents in granule cells of the olfactory bulb
R Hu, CB Whiteus, DH Meijer, KA Ferguson, RC Araneda
CHEMICAL SENSES 40 (7), 635-636, 2015
Modeling dynamics of biological systems with deep generative neural networks
S Gigante, D van Dijk, KR Moon, A Strzalkowski, K Ferguson, G Wolf, ...
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