Publications

Publications from the pNEURO Lab:

  1. A.K. Ostrowski*, Z.J. Sperry*, G. Kulik, T.M. Bruns. “Analysis of feline dorsal root ganglia neuronal cell body distribution. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 290:116-124, 2017. *Co-first authors. PubMed ID 28739165. Article on journal website
  2. P.G.B. Romo, H.P. Chikkatur, S. Beldona, Y. Yi, T.M. Bruns, B. Malaeb, “Comparative evaluation of physical characteristics of different inflatable penile prostheses,” Scandinavian Journal of Urology, DOI: 10.1080/21681805.2017.1339292, 2017. PubMed ID 28738732. Article on journal website.
  3. A. Khurram, S.E. Ross, Z.J. Sperry, A. Ouyang, C. Stephan, A.A. Jiman, T.M. Bruns, “Chronic monitoring of lower urinary tract activity via a sacral dorsal root ganglia interface,” Journal of Neural Engineering, 14: 036027, 2017. PubMed ID 28322213. Article on journal website
    • Open-source data from paper: M. Levy, A. Khurram, S.E. Ross, Z.J. Sperry, A. Ouyang, A.A. Jiman, C.J. Stephan, T.M. Bruns, “Chronic monitoring of lower urinary tract activity via a sacral dorsal root ganglia interface,” Open Science Framework, 2017. http://dx.doi.org/10.17605/OSF.IO/WSBR6
  4. Weber, J. Harris, T. Bruns, V. Mushahwar. Anatomy and Physiology of the Central Nervous System. Ch. 1.3. In: Neuroprosthetics: Theory and Practice. 2nd Edition. Editors: K. Horsch & D. Kipke D., 2017. DOI: 10.1142/9789813207158_0003. E-Book at World Scientific publisher. Book on Amazon.
  5. S.E. Ross, Z.J. Sperry, C.M. Mahar, T.M. Bruns, “Hysteretic behavior of bladder afferent neurons in response to changes in bladder pressure,” BMC Neuroscience, 17: 57, 2016. PubMed ID 27520434. PMCID PMC4983075. Open access article on BMC Neuroscience website.
    • Open-source data from paper: T.M. Bruns, S.E. Ross, N. Khandwala, C.M. Mahar, Z.J. Sperry, “Bladder Neuron Hysteresis,” Open Science Framework, 2016. http://dx.doi.org/10.17605/OSF.IO/2Y4DP

Papers from Dr. Bruns’ work as a postdoc at the University of Pittsburgh:

  1. T.M. Bruns, D.J. Weber, R.A. Gaunt, “Microstimulation of afferents in the sacral dorsal root ganglia can evoke reflex bladder activity,” Neurourology & Urodynamics, 34(1): 65-71, 2015. PubMed ID 24464833. Article on Wiley website.

  2. J.L. Collinger, S. Foldes, T.M. Bruns, B. Wodlinger, R. Gaunt and D.J. Weber, “Neuroprosthetic technology for individuals with spinal cord injury,” Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine, 36(4): 258-272, 2013. Article on Journal website.

  3. T.M. Bruns, J.B. Wagenaar, M.A. Bauman, R.A. Gaunt and D.J. Weber, “Real-time control of hind limb functional electrical stimulation using feedback from dorsal root ganglia recordings,” Journal of Neural Engineering, 10(2): 026020, 2013. PubMed ID 23503062. Article on IOP website.

  4. J.L. Collinger, M.L. Boninger, T.M. Bruns, K. Curley, W. Wang and D.J. Weber, “Functional priorities, assistive technology, and brain-computer interfaces after spinal cord injury,” Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development, 50(2): 145-160, 2013. PubMed ID 23760996. Article on JRRD website

  5. T.M. Bruns, R.A. Gaunt and D.J. Weber, “Multielectrode array recordings of bladder and perineal primary afferent activity from the sacral dorsal root ganglia,” Journal of Neural Engineering, 8(5): 056010, 2011. PubMed ID 21878706. PMCID PMC3178724. Article on IOP website.

Papers from Dr. Bruns’ work as a graduate student at Case Western Reserve University:

  1. T.M. Bruns, N. Bhadra and K.J. Gustafson, “Bursting stimulation of proximal urethral afferents improves bladder voiding,” Journal of Neural Engineering, 6(6): 066006, 2009. PubMed ID 19901447. Article on IOP website

  2. T.M. Bruns, N. Bhadra and K.J. Gustafson, “Intraurethral stimulation for reflex bladder activation depends on stimulation pattern and location,” Neurourology & Urodynamics, 28: 561-566, 2009. PubMed ID 19260091. Article on Wiley website.

  3. T.M. Bruns, N. Bhadra and K.J. Gustafson, “Variable patterned pudendal nerve stimuli improves reflex bladder activation,” IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering, 16(2): 140-148, 2008. PubMed ID 18403282. PMCID PMC3375815. Article on IEEE website.

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