CRESSMAN LABORATORY

Publications

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Total citations (366, 229)
h-index (10, 9)

    Peer-Reviewed Journal Publications
    (* indicates student)

    1. J. Owen*, E. Barreto, and J.R. Cressman, “Controlling Seizure-Like Events by Perturbing Ion Concentration Dynamics with Periodic Stimulation”, PLOS ONE, In Press. (2013)

    2. T. Berry, J.R. Cressman, Z. Greguric-Ferencek*, and T. Sauer, “Time-Scale Separation from Diffusion-Mapped Delay Coordinates”, SIAM Journal of Applied Dynamical Systems, 12(2): 618–649, (2013), Citations: (0,0)

    3. J. Ziburkus, J. R. Cressman, E. Barreto, and S.J. Schiff, “Seizures As Imbalanced Up States: Excitatory And Inhibitory Conductances During Seizure-Like Events”, Journal of Neurophysiology, 109(5): 1296-1396, (2013), Citations: (0,0)

    4. E. Barreto and J.R. Cressman, “Ion Concentration Dynamics as a Mechanism for Neuronal Bursting,” Journal of Biological Physics, 37(3): 361-373, (2011), Citations: (10,6)

    5. J.R. Cressman, E. Barreto, and S.J. Schiff, “The influence of sodium and potassium dynamics on excitability, seizures, and the stability of persistent states: I.Single Neuron Dynamics,” Journal of Computational Neuroscience, 26(2):159-170, (2009), Citations: (60, 31) ;Erratum, Journal of Computational Neuroscience, 30(3): 781, (2011), Citations: (3, 0)

    6. G. Ullah, J.R. Cressman, E. Barreto, and S.J. Schiff, “The influence of sodium and potassium dynamics on excitability, seizures, and the stability of persistent states: II. Network and glial dynamics,” Journal of Computational Neuroscience, 26(2):171-183, (2009), Citations: (41, 29)

    7. M. Bandi, J.R. Cressman, and W.I. Goldburg, “Test of the Fluctuation Relation in Lagrangian Turbulence on a Free Surface,” Journal of Statistical Physics, 130(1):27-38, (2008), Citations: (17, 10)

    8. J. Ziburkus, J. R. Cressman, E. Barreto, and S.J. Schiff. Interneuron and pyramidal cell interplay during in vitro seizure-like events. Journal of Neurophysiology, 95(6): 3948-3954, (2006), Citations: (75, 61)

    9. M. Bandi, W. I. Goldburg, J. R. Cressman, and A. Pumir, “Energy flux fluctuations in a finite volume of turbulent flow,” Physical Review E, 73(2):026308(1:5), (2006), Citations: (4,2)

    10. M. Bandi, W. I. Goldburg, J. R. Cressman and H. Kellay, “Where surface physics and fluid dynamics meet: rupture of an amphiphile layer by fluid flow,” Journal of Chemical Physics, 124:104701(1-5), (2006), Citations: (0,0)

    11. M. Bandi, W.I. Goldburg and J. R. Cressman, “Measurement of Entropy Production rate in compressible turbulence,” Europhysics Letters, 76: 595-601, (2006), Citations: (7,5)

    12. J. R. Cressman, J. Davoudi, W. I. Goldburg and J. Schumacher, “Eulerian and Lagrangian studies in surface flow turbulence”, New Journal of Physics, 6, (2004), Citations: (43, 26)

    13. T. Toth-Katona, J.R. Cressman, W.I. Goldburg, and J.T. Gleeson, “Persistent global power fluctuations near a dynamic transition in electroconvection,” Physical Review E.(Rapid Communication) 68(3): 030101(1-4), (2003), Citations: (7,4)

    14. J. R. Cressman and W.I. Goldburg, “Compressible Flow: Turbulence at the Surface,” Journal of Statistical Physics, 113:5-6, (2003), Citations: (11, 9)

    15. W.I. Goldburg, J.R. Cressman, Z. Vörös, B. Eckhardt, and J. Schumacher, “Turbulence in a free surface,” Physical Review E, 63(5), 065303-(1-4), (2001), Citations: (18, 12)

    16. J.R. Cressman, Q. Bailey, and W.I. Goldburg, “Modification of a vortex street by a polymer additive,” Physics of Fluids, 13, 867-871, (2001), Citations: (22,18)

    17. V.K. Horváth, J.R. Cressman, W.I. Goldburg, and X.L. Wu, “Hysteresis at low Reynolds number: Onset of two-dimensional vortex shedding,” Physical Review E, 61(5): R4702-R4705, (2000), Citations: (12, 5)

    Articles Submitted to Peer-Reviewed Journals
    (* indicates student)

    1. J. Ingram, C. Zhang, J.R Cressman, A. Hazra, Y. Wei,Y. Koo, J. Ziburkus, R. Kopelman, J. Xu, S. J. Schiff, "Oxygen and Seizure Dynamics: I. Experiments"

    2. M. Uzuntarla, J. R. Cressman, M. Ozer, and E. Barreto, “Nature of inverse stochastic resonance”,Submitted. (2013)

    Manuscripts in Preparation for Peer-Reviewed Journals
    (* indicates student)

    1. R. Parekh, J.R. Cressman, J. Ziburkus, and S.J. Schiff, “Distinct patterns of interplay between excitatory and inhibitory cell types in vitro seizure-like events”

    2. Z. Gregurić Ferenček*, T. Berry, T. Sauer, and J.R. Cressman, “Attractor Clustering in Spatiotemporal Dynamics”

    3. J.R. Cressman, Z. Gregurić Ferenček*, and M. Cervoni*, “Power fluctuations in a gravity driven system”

    4. M. Gertz*, Z. Gregurić Ferenček*, and J.R. Cressman, “Energy Constraints on Neuronal Signalling”


    Book Chapters
    (* indicates student)

    • S. Schiff, J.R. Cressman, E. Barreto, and J. Ziburkus, “Towards a Dynamics of Seizure Mechanics”, Chapter in Computational Neuroscience in Epilepsy, I. Soltez and K. Stanley, editors, Academic Press, (2008)
    • J. Cressman, C. Drown*, and M. Gertz* “Clinical and Genetic Aspects of Epilepsy” edited by Zaid Afawi, InTech, Open Access, (2011) View PDF

    Peer-Reviewed Abstracts
    (* indicates student)

    1. “Cessation of Seizure-like Oscillations by Periodic Stimulation in a Neuron Model with Dynamic Ion Concentrations,” J. Owen*, J.R. Cressman, E. Barreto, BMC Neuroscience 13, 1-2, (2012)
    2. “Inverse Stochastic Resonance Induced by Ion Channel Noise,” M. Uzuntarla, J.R. Cressman, M. Ozer, E. Barreto, BMC Neuroscience 13, 1-2, (2012)
    3. “Ion Concentration Homeostasis and the Regulation of Neuronal Firing Activity: the Role of Cation-Chloride Cotransporters,” A.O. Komendantov, J.R. Cressman, E. Barreto, BMC Neuroscience 11 (Suppl 1), P27, (2010)
    4. “Modeling the Interplay between Interneuron and Pyramidal Cell During Seizures,” G. Ullah, J.R. Cressman, S. Schiff, BMC Neuroscience 9 (Suppl 1), P145, (2008)
    5. “Ion concentration Dynamics: Mechanisms for Bursting and Seizing,” J.R. Cressman, G. Ullah, J. Ziburkus, S.J. Schiff, E. Barreto, BMC Neuroscience 9 (Suppl 1), O9, (2008)
    6. “The Role of Glia in Seizures,” G. Ullah, J.R. Cressman, E. Barreto, S.J. Schiff, BMC Neuroscience 8 (Suppl 2), P28, (2007)

Talks and Presentations of Work

    Invited Talks

    1. “Stimulation Induced Ionic Regulation and Seizure Control,” Continuing Medical Education review, INOVA Hospital, Fairfax, VA, July, (2012)
    2. “Ionic Imbalance, Energy Utilization and Seizure Dynamics,” George Washington Biophysics Seminar, George Washington University, Washington, District of Columbia, April, (2011)
    3. “The Effects of Environmental Changes on Neuronal Behavior and Network Function,” Krasnow Seminar Series, Fairfax, VA, November, (2007)
    4. “Ionic dynamics and Seizures,” Symposium in Honor of Walter Goldburg’s 80th birthday, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, September, (2007)
    5. “Interplay between Excitation and Inhibition during Seizures,” SIAM Conference on Applications of Dynamical Systems,” Salt Lake City, UT, May, (2005)

Contributed Presentations

    Posters

    1. “Ion concentration dynamics: mechanisms for bursting and seizing,” Neuroscience, Washington, District of Columbia, (2008)
    2. “Local Microscale and Nanoscale Measurements of Tissue Oxygen Pressure in Spontaneous in Vitro Seizures,” American Epilepsy Society, New Orleans, LA, (2006)
    3. “The Role of Differential Local Tissue Oxygen Pressure in Spontaneous in Vitro Seizures,” American Epilepsy Society, Washington, District of Columbia, (2005)
    4. “Modeling the dynamic evolution of neuronal interactions during seizures,” Computational Neuroscience Meeting, Madison, WI, (2005) 5. “Inhibitory and excitatory interplay: Modeling seizures as pathological balanced states,” Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, CA, (2004)
    5. “Dynamical evolution of neuronal interactions during in vitro seizures,” Computational Neuroscience Conference, Baltimore, MD, (2004)

    Talks

    1. “Pattern-Steering II,” Building Engineered Complex Systems (BECS) Workshop, National Science Foundation, Arlington, VA, (2013)
    2. “Pattern-Steering,” Building Engineered Complex Systems (BECS) Workshop, Washington, District of Columbia, (2011)
    3. “The interplay between fluctuations in physical structure and power consumption in electroconvecting liquid crystals,” American Physical Society(APS) March Meeting, Dallas, TX, (2010)
    4. “Ion concentration dynamics: Mechanisms for bursting and seizing,” Computational Neuroscience Meeting, Portland, OR, (2008)
    5. “Slow Modulation of Neuronal Activity through Potassium Dynamics,” SIAM Conference on Applications of Dynamical Systems,” Salt Lake City, UT, (2007)
    6. “The role of differential local tissue oxygen pressure in spontaneous in vitro seizures,” Society for Neuroscience Meeting, Washington, District of Columbia., (2004)
    7. “Compressible Turbulence near Zero Mach Number,” 56th Annual Meeting of the Division of Fluid Dynamics, (2003)
    8. “Absolute and Relative Diffusion in a Turbulent Compressible System,” 55th Annual Meeting of the Division of Fluid Dynamics, Austin, TX, (2002)
    9. “Richardson Diffusion on a Free Surface,” 54th Annual Meeting of the Division of Fluid Dynamics, San Diego, CA, (2001)
    10. “The Evolution of Structures on the Free Surface of a Turbulent Fluid,” 53rd Annual Meeting of the Division of Fluid Dynamics, Washington, District of Columbia, (2000)
    11. “Modification of a Two-dimensional Vortex Street by a Polymer Additive,” 52nd Annual Meeting of the Division of Fluid Dynamics, New Orleans, LA, (1999)
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