Srisairam Achuthan
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  • New Orleans, LA
  • United States
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Main areas of research:
Dynamical systems theory as applied to computational neuroscience.
Synchronization and Phase locking in a network of model and biological neurons.
Phase resetting theory as applied to neural oscillators.
PRCs, Synchrony, Phase locking, Bifurcations, Neural membrane excitability
Current title/position:
Postdoctoral Fellow
Current affiliation/employer:
Neuroscience Center of Excellence, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center, New Orleans,
Prof. Carmen C. Canavier, Dr. Astrid Prinz, Dr. Robert Butera
PhD Advisor and University:
Prof. Jack Quine, Dept. of Mathematics, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL,USA.
Postdoc Advisor and University:
Prof. Carmen C Canavier, LSU Health Sciences Center, New Orleans, LA
1. Pulse coupled oscillators and phase resetting curve, invited review submitted to Mathematical Biosciences, (2009).

2.Separating the eects of intrinsic dynamics and synaptic coupling on phase locking for weakly coupled oscillators, submitted to Journal of Computational Neuroscience (2009).

3.Phase resetting curves determine synchronization, phase locking and clustering in networks of neural oscillators, Journal of Neuroscience, 29 (2009) 5218-5233.

4.Continuity conditions and torsion angles from solid-state NMR orientational restraints, Journal of Magnetic Resonance, 191, (2008) 24-30.

5.Backbone structure of the Amantadine - blocked trans-membrane domain M2 proton channel from Inuenza A Virus, Biophysical Journal, 92 (2007) 4335-4343.

6.PIPATH: An optimized algorithm for generating -helical structures from PISEMA data, Journal of Magnetic Resonance, 183 (2006) 87-95.

7.Intensity and mosaic spread analysis from PISEMA in solid state NMR, Journal of Magnetic Resonance, 179 (2006) 190-198.

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