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Malle A Tagamets Ph.D.

Academic Title: Associate Professor
Primary Appointment: Psychiatry
mtagamet@mprc.umaryland.edu
Location: 701 W. Pratt St., 388 (MPRC)
Phone: (410) 402-6028

Research Interests:

  1. Development of large - scale quantitative models of human brain imaging data
  2. Experimental fMRI research into reading and language
  3. fMRI studies of semantic disturbances in schizophrenia

Publications:

Husain FT, Tagamets MA, Fromm SJ, Braun AR, Horwitz B (In Press) Relating neuronal dynamics for auditory object processing to neuroimaging activity: A computational modeling and and fMRI study. NeuroImage.
 
Tagamets, M.A. & Horwitz, B. (2003). Synchronous dynamics for cognitive coordination: But how?  Behavioral and Brain Sciences.
 
Tagamets, M. A. & Horwitz, B. (2003). The use of large-scale modeling for interpreting human brain imaging data. In F.T.Sommer & A. Weichert (Eds.), Exploratory Analysis and Data Modeling in Functional Neuroimaging, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
 
Horwitz, B. & Tagamets, M. A. (2003). Synthetic functional brain imaging. In M.A. .Arbib & P. H. Arbib (Eds.), The Handbook of Brain Theory and Neural Networks .
 
Schweitzer, J.B. , D.O. Lee, R. Hanford, M.A. Tagamets, J.M. Hoffman, S. T. Grafton, and C. D. Kilts (2003).  A Functional Neuroimaging Study of Methylphenidate in Adults With ADHD: Alterations in Resting Blood Flow and Predicting Treatment Response. Neuropsychopharmacology.
 
Husain, FT, G Nandipati, A R Braun, L G Cohen, M Tagamets, B Horwitz. (2002) Simulating transcranial magnetic stimulation during PET with a large-scale neural network model of the prefrontal cortex and the visual system. NeuroImage, 15: 58–73.
 
Bokde, A. L.; Tagamets, M. A.; Friedman, R. B.; Horwitz, B. (2001). Functional Interactions of the inferior frontal cortex during the processing of words and word-like stimuli. Neuron 30, 609-61.
 
Tagamets, M. A.; Horwitz, B. (2001) Interpreting PET and FMRI measures of functional neural activity: The effects of synaptic inhibition on cortical activation during human imaging studies. Brain Research Bulletin,  5:267-273.
 
Tagamets, M. A.; Horwitz, B. (2000) A model of working memory: Bridging the gap between electrophysiology and human brain imaging. Neural Networks 13: 941–952.
 
Tagamets, M-A., J. M. Novick, M. L. Chalmers and R. B. Friedman (2000). A parametric approach to orthographic processing in the brain: An fMRI study. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, V.12. #2 (1-17).
 
Horwitz, Barry and M-A. Tagamets (1999) Predicting human functional maps with neural net modeling. Human Brain Mapping 8: 137-142.
 
Horwitz, Barry, M-A. Tagamets and A. R.. McIntosh (1999). Neural modeling, functional brain imaging and cognition. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 3: 91-98.
 
Tagamets, M-A. and Barry Horwitz (1999) Functional brain imaging and neural modeling of brain disorders. Disorders of brain, behavior and cognition: The neurocomputational perspecgtive,  Progress in Brain Research,  Reggia, J. A.,  Glanzman, D., and Ruppin, E. (eds.) Elsevier, V. 121: 191-206.
 
Tagamets, M-A. and Barry Horwitz (1998), Integrating electrophysiological and anatomical experimental data to create a large-scale neuronal model that simulates a delayed match-to-sample human brain imaging study. Cerebral Cortex, 8: (310-320).
 
Tagamets, M-A. and B. Horwitz (1997), Modeling brain imaging data with neuronal assembly dynamics. in J.M. Bower(Editor) Computational Neuroscience: Trends in Research 1997. Plenum Press. New York, (949-953).