Richard H. Granger


Professor
Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences
Professor, Cognitive Sciences
School of Social Sciences

Ph.D., Yale University
B.S., M.I.T.

Phone: (949) 824-6360
Fax: ()
Email: granger@uci.edu

University of California, Irvine
ICS School
Mail Code: 3435
Irvine, CA 92697
Research Interests
Cognitive and computational neuroscience, learning and memory
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Academic Distinctions
Elected Fellow, American Academy for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Research Abstract
Dr. Granger's research in computational biology centers on analyses of brain circuit design, and development of novel algorithms and devices based on these analyses. Theoretical and practical studies have shown the utility of the results, which have been published in respected venues including Proceedings of the National Academy, and Science, and have led to a series of patents and products. In addition, his research into the underlying neurobiology of learning has led to the discovery of novel neurobiological drugs, and their effects in a series of preclinical and clinical trials. Dr. Granger has authored more than 90 scholarly publications.
Publications
Rodriguez A, Whitson J, Granger R (2004) Derivation and analysis of basic computational operations of thalamocortical circuits. J. Cognitive Neurosci, 16: 856-877.
 
Benvenuto, J., Jin, Y., Casale, M., Lynch, G., Granger, R. (2002). Identification of diagnostic evoked response potential segments in Alzheimer┬╣s Disease. Exper. Neurology, 176: 269-276.
 
Granger, R. (2001). Method and computer program product for assessing neurological conditions and treatments using evoked response potentials. U.S. Patent # 6,223,074 (54 claims)
 
Shimono, K., Taketani, M., Brucher, F., Kubota, D., Colgin, L., Robertson, S., Granger R., Lynch, G. (2001). Continuous two-dimensional current-source density analyses of electrophysiological activity in hippocampal slices. Neurocomputing 38: 899-905.
 
Lynch, G., Granger, R., Davis, M., Ambros-Ingerson, J., Kessler, M., Schehr, R. (1997). Evidence that a positive modulator of glutamate receptors improves recall in elderly human subjects. Experimental Neurol., 144: 1-4.
 
Granger, R., Wiebe, S., Taketani, M., Ambros-Ingerson, J., Lynch, G. (1997). Distinct memory circuits comprising the hippocampal region. Hippocampus, 6: 567-578.
Research Center
Brain Engineering Laboratory (www.BrainEngineering.com)
Last updated
08/30/2018