Markiewicz CJ and Bohland JW (2016). Mapping the cortical representation of speech sounds in a syllable repetition task.NeuroImage 141(1): 174-190.
Prof. Bohland has published an Early Career Investigator Commentary entitled "Toward a Multimodal, Multiscale Understanding of White Matter Abnormalities in Autism Spectrum Disorder" in the journal Biological Psychiatry. dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.biopsych.2016.02.020
Prof. Bohland was one of five recipients of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation's New Century Scholar Research Grants (link). This grant funds research to study the transcriptional landscape of genes implicated in speech and language disorders using publicly available neuroanatomically-linked gene expression profiles.
Prof. Bohland gave a talk entitled "Mining gene expression data in the mouse and human brain" at the Boston University Data Science (BUDS) Day on January 22, 2016. More information ...
Prof. Bohland collaborated with Profs. Sandberg and Kiran to assess changes in functional connectivity related to treatment in individuals with post-stroke aphasia. Full text | Pubmed
New work demonstrates neuroanatomical specificity of gene expression across distinct microarray datasets in human brain. Full text | Pubmed
The Mouse Brain Architecture Project has released the first large set of images aimed at mapping connectivity patterns in the mouse brain at a mesoscopic scale. Professor Bohland has been involved in this project since its inception and has ...