Areas of Research
Complex biological systems with emphasis on cellular level neurophysiologic circuits, Computer modeling and analysis, High performance simulation.
- Ph.D., Northwestern University, 1998
- M.S., Northwestern University, 1995
- B.S., Purdue University, 1989
- NRSA Training Grant Fellowship for Ph.D with W.Z. Rymer, Department of Physiology, Northwestern University, Chicago, Illinois.
Selected Research Publications
- Mitchell CS, Lee RH. Output-based comparison of alternative kinetic schemes for the NMDA receptor within a glutamate spillover model. J Neural Eng 4: 380-389: 2007.
- Mitchell CS, Feng SS, Lee RH. An analysis of glutamate spillover on the N-methyl-D-aspartate receptors at the cerebellar glomerulus. J Neural Eng 4: 276-282, 2007.
- Shapiro NP, Lee RH. Synaptic amplification versus bistability in motoneuron dendritic processing: a top-down modeling approach. J Neurophysiol 97: 3948-3960, 2007.
- Weinstein RK, Reid MS, Lee RH. Methodology and design flow for assisted neural-model implementations in FPGAs. IEEE Trans Neural Syst Rehabil Eng 15: 83-93, 2007.
- Jones SM, Lee RH. Fast Amplification of Dynamic Synaptic Inputs in Spinal Motoneurons In Vivo. J Neurophysiol 2006.
- Weinstein RK, Lee RH. Architectures for high-performance FPGA implementations of neural models. J Neural Eng 3: 21-34, 2006.