Tanuj Gulati

Title(s)Assistant Adjunct Professor, Medicine
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    All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, IndiaB.Sc. (Hons.)07/2004Radiation Biology, Medical Physics
    National Brain Research Center, Manesar, IndiaM.Sc.07/2006Neuroscience
    Drexel University College of Medicine, Philadelphia, PAPh.D.08/2012Neuroscience (Neuroengineering track)
    University of California- San Francisco, San Francisco, CAPostdoc08/2018Neural Engineering
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    2021AHA Career Development Award
    2021NSF CAREER Award
    2017NIH-NINDS K99/R00 Pathway to Independence Award
    2015AHA Postdoctoral Fellowship Award

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    A Neurophysiological Approach to Post-Stroke Motor Recovery
    NIH/NINDS R01NS128469Apr 1, 2023 - Mar 31, 2028
    Role: Principal Investigator
    Closed-loop Brain Stimulation for Motor Recovery Post Stroke
    NIH/NINDS R00NS097620Dec 15, 2018 - Nov 30, 2022
    Role: Principal Investigator
    Closed-loop Brain Stimulation for Motor Recovery Post Stroke
    NIH/NINDS K99NS097620Apr 1, 2017 - Aug 30, 2018
    Role: Principal Investigator

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    1. Modulation of neural spiking in motor cortex-cerebellar networks during sleep spindles. eNeuro. 2024 Apr 19. Fleischer P, Abbasi A, Gulati T. PMID: 38641414.
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    2. Cortico-cerebellar coordination facilitates neuroprosthetic control. Sci Adv. 2024 Apr 12; 10(15):eadm8246. Abbasi A, Rangwani R, Bowen DW, Fealy AW, Danielsen NP, Gulati T. PMID: 38608024; PMCID: PMC11014440.
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    3. Disturbed laterality of non-rapid eye movement sleep oscillations in post-stroke human sleep: a pilot study. Front Neurol. 2023; 14:1243575. Simpson BK, Rangwani R, Abbasi A, Chung JM, Reed CM, Gulati T. PMID: 38099067; PMCID: PMC10719949.
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    4. Disturbed laterality of non-rapid eye movement sleep oscillations in post-stroke human sleep: a pilot study. medRxiv. 2023 Oct 31. Simpson BK, Rangwani R, Abbasi A, Chung JM, Reed CM, Gulati T. PMID: 37205348; PMCID: PMC10187327.
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    5. Emergent Low-Frequency Activity in Cortico-Cerebellar Networks with Motor Skill Learning. eNeuro. 2023 02; 10(2). Fleischer P, Abbasi A, Fealy AW, Danielsen NP, Sandhu R, Raj PR, Gulati T. PMID: 36750360; PMCID: PMC9946068.
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    6. Cortico-cerebellar coordination facilitates neuroprosthetic control. bioRxiv. 2022. Abbasi A, Rangwani R, Bowen DW, Fealy AW, Danielsen NP, Gulati T. View Publication.
    7. Emergent low-frequency activity in cortico-cerebellar networks with motor skill learning. bioRxiv. 2022. Fleischer PJ, Abbasi A, Fealy AW, Danielsen NP, Sandhu R, Raj PR, Gulati T. View Publication.
    8. Coordinated cortico-cerebellar neural dynamics underlying neuroprosthetic learning. COSYNE. 2022; 3-068:223. Abbasi A, Fealy A, Danielsen N, Gulati T. View Publication.
    9. Epidural cerebellar stimulation drives widespread neural synchrony in the intact and stroke perilesional cortex. J Neuroeng Rehabil. 2021 05 26; 18(1):89. Abbasi A, Danielsen NP, Leung J, Muhammad AKMG, Patel S, Gulati T. PMID: 34039346; PMCID: PMC8157634.
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    10. Systems methods and devices for closed loop stimulation to enhance stroke recovery. US Patent. 2021; Patent No.:11147971. Ganguly K, Gulati T, Ramanathan D. View Publication.
    11. Competing Roles of Slow Oscillations and Delta Waves in Memory Consolidation versus Forgetting. Cell. 2019 10 03; 179(2):514-526.e13. Kim J, Gulati T, Ganguly K. PMID: 31585085; PMCID: PMC6779327.
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    12. Large-scale changes in cortical dynamics triggered by repetitive somatosensory electrical stimulation. J Neuroeng Rehabil. 2019 05 24; 16(1):59. Hishinuma AK, Gulati T, Burish MJ, Ganguly K. PMID: 31126339; PMCID: PMC6534962.
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    13. Low-frequency cortical activity is a neuromodulatory target that tracks recovery after stroke. Nat Med. 2018 08; 24(8):1257-1267. Ramanathan DS, Guo L, Gulati T, Davidson G, Hishinuma AK, Won SJ, Knight RT, Chang EF, Swanson RA, Ganguly K. PMID: 29915259; PMCID: PMC6093781.
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    14. Neural reactivations during sleep determine network credit assignment. Nat Neurosci. 2017 Sep; 20(9):1277-1284. Gulati T, Guo L, Ramanathan DS, Bodepudi A, Ganguly K. PMID: 28692062; PMCID: PMC5808917.
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    15. Enhancing low-frequency oscillations using on-demand direct-current stimulation improves motor function after stroke. Brain Stimul. 2017; 2(10):521-522. Ramanathan DS, Guo L, Gulati T, Won SJ, Davidson G, Hishinuma A, Ganguly K. View Publication.
    16. Muscle synergies after stroke are correlated with perilesional high gamma. Ann Clin Transl Neurol. 2016 12; 3(12):956-961. Godlove J, Gulati T, Dichter B, Chang E, Ganguly K. PMID: 28097208; PMCID: PMC5224817.
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    17. Sleep-Dependent Reactivation of Ensembles in Motor Cortex Promotes Skill Consolidation. PLoS Biol. 2015; 13(9):e1002263. Ramanathan DS, Gulati T, Ganguly K. PMID: 26382320; PMCID: PMC4575076.
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    18. Robust neuroprosthetic control from the stroke perilesional cortex. J Neurosci. 2015 Jun 03; 35(22):8653-61. Gulati T, Won SJ, Ramanathan DS, Wong CC, Bodepudi A, Swanson RA, Ganguly K. PMID: 26041930; PMCID: PMC6605327.
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    19. An automated behavioral box to assess forelimb function in rats. J Neurosci Methods. 2015 May 15; 246:30-7. Wong CC, Ramanathan DS, Gulati T, Won SJ, Ganguly K. PMID: 25769277; PMCID: PMC5472046.
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    20. Neuromodulators produce distinct activated states in neocortex. J Neurosci. 2014 Sep 10; 34(37):12353-67. Castro-Alamancos MA, Gulati T. PMID: 25209276; PMCID: PMC4160772.
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    21. Reactivation of emergent task-related ensembles during slow-wave sleep after neuroprosthetic learning. Nat Neurosci. 2014 Aug; 17(8):1107-13. Gulati T, Ramanathan DS, Wong CC, Ganguly K. PMID: 24997761; PMCID: PMC5568667.
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    22. Braided multi-electrode probes: mechanical compliance characteristics and recordings from spinal cords. J Neural Eng. 2013 Aug; 10(4):045001. Kim T, Branner A, Gulati T, Giszter SF. PMID: 23723128; PMCID: PMC3723769.
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    23. Motor modularity in voluntary frog behaviors and its neural basis. PhD Thesis, Drexel University, Philadelphia. 2012. Gulati T. View Publication.
    24. Stochastic approach to neuroimaging diagnosis using fractal morphometry. MSc Thesis, National Brain Research Center, Manesar. 2007. Gulati T. View Publication.
    25. Stochastic approach to diagnostic characterization of MRI using fractal morphometry: An initial study. Neurosci Res. 2006; 55(S1):S72. Kashyap V, Gulati T, Paul S, Roy PK. View Publication.
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