Reza Khanbabaie-Shoub

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Reza Khanbabaie-Shoub
Adjunct Professor




Work E-mail: rezakhan@uOttawa.ca

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Biography

Selected publications:

  • Luksch H, Khanbabaie R, and Wessel R (2004). Synaptic dynamics mediate sensitivity to motion independent of stimulus details. Nature Neuroscience 7:380-388.
  • Mahani AS, Khanbabaie R, Luksch H, Wessel R (2005) Sparse spatial sampling for the computation of motion in multiple stages, Biological Cybernetics, DOI: 10.1007/s00422-005-0046-4
  • Khanbabaie R, Mahani AS, Wessel R (2007), Contextual Interaction of GABAergic Circuitry with Dynamic Synapses, Journal of Neurophysiology, DOI: 10.1152/jn.00918.2006
  • Khanbabaie R, Nesse W, Longtin A, and Maler L (2010) Kinetics of fast short-term depression are matched to spike train statistics, J. Neurophysiology 103:3337-3348
  • Babakhani A, Baleanu D, and Khanbabaie R (2011) Hopf bifurcation for a class of fractional differential equations with delay, Nonlinear Dyn, DOI 10.1007/s11071-011-0299-5
  • Khanbabaie R, Jahanshahi M (2012) Revolutionary impact of nanodrug delivery on neuroscience, Curr Neuropharmacol 10(4):370-92
  • Araghi A, Khanbabaie R, Araghi S, Shams-Baboli AA (2014) Mimosa Pudica, a Natural Bio-Electrical Polarity Indicator, International Journal of Plant Research, 4(3): 84-87.
  • Khanbabaie R, Tabesh M (2015) Applied Physics-I, Introduction to Neurophysics, Iranian Journal of Physics Research, accepted.
  • Araghi A., Khanbabaie R, Mehri-Dehnavi H, Rahimi-Darabad R (2015) Magnetic Power of Lentil, ready to be submitted.

Fields of Interest

  • Neurophysics
  • Neuroscience
  • Neuroeducation
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