PUBLICATIONS

Cortical Dynamics Ltd is working to provide clinicians and researchers with an improved ability to detect and accurately quantify the effects of a wide range of drugs on brain function. Cortical Dynamics regularly publishes such findings in peer-reviewed journals and professional conferences.

  • Clinical

Pelentritou A, Kuhlmann L, Cormack J, Woods W, Sleigh J, Liley D. Recording Brain Electromagnetic Activity During the Administration of the Gaseous Anesthetic Agents Xenon and Nitrous Oxide in Healthy Volunteers. J Vis Exp 2018 Jan 13;131.  |  READ PUBLICATION

Kuhlmann L, Liley DTJ.  Assessing nitrous oxide effect using electroencephalographically-based depth of anesthesia measures cortical state and cortical input. J Clin Monit Comput 2018;32(1):173-188  |  READ PUBLICATION

Shoushtarian M, Sahinovic MM, Absalom AR, Kalmar AF, Vereecke HE, Liley DT, Struys MM. Comparisons of electroencephalographically derived measures of hypnosis and antinociception in response to standardized stimuli during target-controlled propofol-remifentanil anesthesia. Anesth Analg 2016;122(2):382-92. |  READ PUBLICATION

Shoushtarian M, McGlade DP, Delacretaz LJ,  Liley DTJ.  Evaluation of the brain anaesthesia response monitor during anaesthesia for cardiac surgery: a double-blind, randomised controlled trial using two doses of fentanyl. J Clin Monit Comput 2016;30(6):833-844 | READ PUBLICATION

Liley DTJ, Sinclair NC, Lipping T, Heyse B, Vereecke HEM, Struys MMRF.  Propofol and remifentanil differentially modulate frontal electroencephalographic activity.  Anesthesiology 2010 113: 292-304. (accompanied by the editorial   Sleigh J.  Disentangling Hypnos from his poppies.  Anesthesiology 113:271-272.)  |  READ PUBLICATION | READ EDITORIAL

Liley DTJ, Leslie K, Sinclair N, Feckie M. Dissociating the effects of nitrous oxide on brain electrical activity using fixed order time series modeling.  Comp Biol Med 2008 38:1121-1130. |  READ PUBLICATION

Liley DTJ, Cadusch PJ, Gray M, Nathan PJ.  Drug-induced modification of the system properties associated with spontaneous human electroencephalographic activity. Phys Rev E 2003;68: 051906. |  READ PUBLICATION

  • Technology and Basic Principles

Liley DTJ. Neural Field Modelling of the Electroencephalogram: Physiological Insights and Practical Applications. In S Coombes, P beim Graben, R Potthast, J Wright (Eds.), Neural Fields: Theory and Applications. Springer, New York 2014. ISBN 978-3-642-54592-4  |  READ PUBLICATION

Liley DTJ, Bojak I, Foster BL. A mesoscopic modelling approach to characterising anaesthetic action on brain electrical activity. In A. Hutt (editor), Sleep and anesthesia: Neural correlates in theory and experiment.  Springer, New York. 2011. ISBN 978-1-4614-0172-8. |  READ PUBLICATION

Foster BJ, Bojak I, Liley DTJ. Population Based Models of Cortical Drug Response -Insights from Anaesthesia: Review.  Cog Neuro 2008 2(4):283-96  |  READ PUBLICATION

Bojak I, Liley DTJ.  Modelling the effects of anaesthesia on the electroencephalogram. Phys Rev E 2005;71: 041902.  |  READ PUBLICATION

Bojak I, Liley DTJ, Cadusch PJ, Cheng K.  Electrorhythmogenesis and anaesthesia in a physiological mean field theory.  Neurocomputing 2004;50-60:1197-1203.  |  READ PUBLICATION

Liley DTJ, Cadusch PJ, Dafilis MP. A spatially continuous mean field theory of electrocortical activity. Network Comp Neural Sys 2002;13:67-113.”  |  READ PUBLICATION