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Lisa B. Wilson

Lisa B. Wilson

Postdoctoral researcher
Marie Curie Fellowship 2016-2018

Neurodevelopmental disorders, electrophysiology, neuroimaging, MEG, fMRI, autism spectrum disorder, language impairment, fragile x syndrome

E-Mail: l.wilson@bcbl.eu
Tel.: +34 943 309 300 Ext. 309
personal web page: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Lisa_Wilson6

Publications

  • Rojas, D.C., Becker, K.M., & Wilson, L.B., ( 2015 ) Magnetic resonance spectroscopy studies of glutamate and GABA in autism: implications for excitation-inhibition imbalance theory. Current Developmental Disorders Reports, 2: 46. doi:10.1007/s40474-014-0032-4
  • Rojas, D.C., & Wilson, L.B., ( 2014 ) Gamma-band abnormalities as markers of autistic spectrum disorders. Biomarkers in Medicine, 8(3), 353-368.
  • Wilson, L.B., Rojas, D.C., Shatti, S., & Tregellas, J.R., ( 2013 ) Greater neuronal responses during automatic semantic processing in schizophrenia. NeuroReport, 24(5), 212-216.
  • Wilson, L.B., Tregellas, J.R., Slason, E., Pasko, B.E., Hepburn, S., & Rojas, D.C. , ( 2013 ) Phonological processing in first-degree relatives of individuals with autism: an fMRI study. Human Brain Mapping, 34(6), 1447-1463.
  • Canastar, A., Logel, J., Graw, S., Finlay-Schultz, J., Osborne, C., Palionyte, M., Drebing, C., Piehaty, M., Wilson, L.B., Eyeson, R., & Leonard, S., ( 2012 ) DNA methylation and tissue-specific transcription of the a7 nicotinic receptor gene, CHRNA7. Journal of Molecular Neuroscience, 47(2), 389-400.
  • Wilson, L.B., Tregellas, J.R., Slason, E., Pasko, B.E., & Rojas, D.C., ( 2011 ) Implicit phonological priming during visual word recognition. Neuroimage, 55, 724-731.
  • Rojas, D.C., Teale, P.D., Maharajh, K., Kronberg, E., Youngpeter, K., Wilson, L.B., Wallace, A., & Hepburn, S., ( 2011 ) Transient and steady-state auditory gamma-band responses in first-degree relatives of people with autism spectrum disorders.
  • Wilson, L.B., Tregellas, J.R., Hagerman, R.J., Rogers, S.J., & Rojas, D.C., ( 2009 ) A voxel-based morphometry comparison of regional gray matter between fragile X syndrome and autism. Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging, 174(2), 138-145.