Nishant Sinha
Nishant Sinha
Institute of Neuroscience, Newcastle University, UK
Verified email at newcastle.ac.uk
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Predicting neurosurgical outcomes in focal epilepsy patients using computational modelling
N Sinha, J Dauwels, M Kaiser, SS Cash, M Brandon Westover, Y Wang, ...
Brain 140 (2), 319-332, 2017
1252017
Optimal control based seizure abatement using patient derived connectivity
PN Taylor, J Thomas, N Sinha, J Dauwels, M Kaiser, T Thesen, J Ruths
Frontiers in Neuroscience 9, 202, 2015
542015
Deep learning-based classification for brain-computer interfaces
J Thomas, T Maszczyk, N Sinha, T Kluge, J Dauwels
2017 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (SMCá…, 2017
372017
The impact of epilepsy surgery on the structural connectome and its relation to outcome
PN Taylor, N Sinha, Y Wang, SB Vos, J de Tisi, A Miserocchi, AW McEvoy, ...
NeuroImage: Clinical 18, 202-214, 2018
352018
EEG hyperscanning study of inter-brain synchrony during cooperative and competitive interaction
N Sinha, T Maszczyk, Z Wanxuan, J Tan, J Dauwels
2016 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (SMCá…, 2016
222016
An in silico approach for pre-surgical evaluation of an epileptic cortex
N Sinha, J Dauwels, Y Wang, SS Cash, PN Taylor
2014 36th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering iná…, 2014
152014
Active sway control of a single pendulum gantry crane system using output-delayed feedback control technique
R Dey, N Sinha, P Chaubey, S Ghosh, G Ray
2010 11th International Conference on Control Automation Robotics & Visioná…, 2010
132010
Computer modelling of connectivity change suggests epileptogenesis mechanisms in idiopathic generalised epilepsy
N Sinha, Y Wang, J Dauwels, M Kaiser, T Thesen, R Forsyth, PN Taylor
NeuroImage: Clinical 21, 101655, 2019
82019
White matter microstructural properties in bipolar disorder in relationship to the spatial distribution of lithium in the brain
J Necus, N Sinha, FE Smith, PE Thelwall, CJ Flowers, PN Taylor, ...
Journal of affective disorders 253, 224-231, 2019
52019
Development of optimal stimuli in a heterogeneous model of epileptic spike-wave oscillations
N Sinha, PN Taylor, J Dauwels, J Ruths
2014 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (SMCá…, 2014
42014
Interictal intracranial electroencephalography for predicting surgical success: The importance of space and time
Y Wang, N Sinha, GM Schroeder, S Ramaraju, AW McEvoy, A Miserocchi, ...
Epilepsia 61 (7), 1417-1426, 2020
3*2020
Node abnormality predicts seizure outcome and relates to long-term relapse after epilepsy surgery
N Sinha, Y Wang, N Silva, A Miserocchi, AW McEvoy, J de Tisi, SB Vos, ...
bioRxiv, 747725, 2019
22019
Predicting surgical outcome in intractable epilepsy using a computational model of seizure initiation
N Sinha, J Dauwels, Y Wang, SS Cash, PN Taylor
BMC Neuroscience 16 (1), 1-2, 2015
12015
Focal to bilateral tonic-clonic seizures are associated with widespread network abnormality in temporal lobe epilepsy
N Sinha, N Peternell, GM Schroeder, SB Tisi, Jane de, Vos, GP Winston, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:2009.13567, 2020
2020
Removal of interictal MEG-derived network hubs is associated with postoperative seizure freedom
S Ramaraju, Y Wang, N Sinha, AW McEvoy, A Miserocchi, J De Tisi, ...
Frontiers in Neurology 11, 2020
2020
Personalised network modelling in epilepsy
Y Wang, GM Schroeder, N Sinha, PN Taylor
arXiv preprint arXiv:1901.01024, 2019
2019
Quantification of brain proton longitudinal relaxation (T1) in lithium‐treated and lithium‐na´ve patients with bipolar disorder in comparison to healthy controls
J Necus, FE Smith, PE Thelwall, CJ Flowers, N Sinha, PN Taylor, ...
Bipolar Disorders, 2019
2019
Reply: Computer models to inform epilepsy surgery strategies: prediction of postoperative outcome
N Sinha, J Dauwels, M Kaiser, SS Cash, M Brandon Westover, Y Wang, ...
Brain 140 (5), e31-e31, 2017
2017
Modelling and control of epileptic seizures
N Sinha
2013
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