Radiology Personnel

Kurt Weaver, Ph.D.

Lecturer
Research

Biography

Kurt Weaver, PhD, is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Radiology Department at the University of Washington. He received a Master’s Degree in cognitive neuroscience from Boston University where he studied under Dr. Chatnal Stern. He did his doctorate work at Oregon Health & Science University within the Behavioral Neuroscience Department. Dr. Weaver began his post-doctoral work at the the University of Washington in the fall of 2006, under the guidance of Dr. Elizabeth Aylward. At the University of Washington, Dr. Weaver has combined more quantitative MR technologies, specifically MR spectroscopy and diffusion tensor imaging to examine the white matter abnormalities in individuals with Huntington’s Disease.

Recent Publications

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Differentiation of epileptic regions from voluntary high-gamma activation via interictal cross-frequency windowed power-power correlation
Kogan M., Caldwell D.J., Hakimian S., Weaver K.E., Ko A.L., Ojemann J.G.
Journal of Neurosurgery. 2020 Jul:43-53

Context-dependent relationship in high-resolution micro-ECoG studies during finger movements
Kuo C.H., Blakely T.M., Wander J.D., Sarma D., Wu J., Casimo K., Weaver K.E., Ojemann J.G.
Journal of Neurosurgery. 2020 May:1358-1366

Signal recovery from stimulation artifacts in intracranial recordings with dictionary learning
Caldwell D.J., Cronin J.A., Rao R.P.N., Collins K.L., Weaver K.E., Ko A.L., Ojemann J.G., Kutz J.N., Brunton B.W.
Journal of Neural Engineering. 2020 Apr

Direct stimulation of somatosensory cortex results in slower reaction times compared to peripheral touch in humans
Caldwell D., Cronin J., Wu J., Weaver K., Ko A., Rao R., Ojemann J.
Scientific Reports. 2019 Dec

Publisher Correction: Direct stimulation of somatosensory cortex results in slower reaction times compared to peripheral touch in humans (Scientific Reports, (2019), 9, 1, (3292), 10.1038/s41598-019-38619-2)
Caldwell D., Cronin J., Wu J., Weaver K., Ko A., Rao R., Ojemann J.
Scientific Reports. 2019 Dec

Spontaneous Variation in Electrocorticographic Resting-State Connectivity
Casimo K., Madhyastha T., Ko A., Brown A., Grassia F., Ojemann J., Weaver K.
Brain Connectivity. 2019 Jul:488-499

Direct Electrophysiological Correlates of Body Ownership in Human Cerebral Cortex
Guterstam A., Collins K., Cronin J., Zeberg H., Darvas F., Weaver K., Ojemann J., Ehrsson H.
Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991). 2019 Mar:1328-1341

Cortical topography of error-related high-frequency potentials during erroneous control in a continuous control brain-computer interface
Wilson N., Sarma D., Wander J., Weaver K., Ojemann J., Rao R.
Frontiers in Neuroscience. 2019 Jan

Limbic and Basal Ganglia Neuroanatomical Correlates of Gait and Executive Function: Older Adults with Mild Cognitive Impairment and Intact Cognition
McGough E., Kelly V., Weaver K., Logsdon R., McCurry S., Pike K., Grabowski T., Teri L.
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 2018 Apr:229-235

Electrocorticography and the early maturation of high-frequency suppression within the default mode network
Weaver K., Poliakov A., Novotny E., Olson J., Grabowski T., Ojemann J.
Journal of Neurosurgery: Pediatrics. 2018 Feb:133-140