Daniel T Corp

Daniel T Corp
Deakin University · Cognitive Neuroscience Unit

PhD

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January 2018 - present
Deakin University
Position
  • Lecturer
September 2016 - present
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard University
Position
  • PostDoc Position

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Publications (28)
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Cervical dystonia is a neurological disorder characterized by sustained, involuntary movements of the head and neck. Most cases of cervical dystonia are idiopathic, with no obvious cause, yet some cases are acquired, secondary to focal brain lesions. These latter cases are valuable as they establish a causal link between neuroanatomy and resultant...
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Background Many studies have attempted to identify the sources of interindividual variability in response to theta-burst stimulation (TBS). However, these studies have been limited by small sample sizes, leading to conflicting results. Objective /Hypothesis: This study brought together over 60 TMS researchers to form the ‘Big TMS Data Collaboratio...
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Background Deep brain stimulation is a highly effective treatment of dystonia but is invasive and associated with risks, such as intraoperative bleeding and infections. Previous research has used non-invasive brain stimulation (NIBS) in an attempt to alleviate symptoms of dystonia. The results of these studies, however, have been variable, leaving...
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Background and Objectives Brain lesions are a well-recognized etiology of dystonia. These cases are especially valuable as they offer causal insight into the neuroanatomical substrates of dystonia. To date, knowledge of lesion-induced dystonia comes mainly from isolated case reports or small case series, restricting broader description and analysis...
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Purpose of review: Focal lesions causing specific neurological or psychiatric symptoms can occur in multiple different brain locations, complicating symptom localization. Here, we review lesion network mapping, a technique used to aid localization by mapping lesion-induced symptoms to brain circuits rather than individual brain regions. We highlig...
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Deep brain stimulation (DBS) is an established treatment for several brain disorders, including Parkinson's disease, essential tremor, dystonia and epilepsy, and an emerging therapeutic tool in many other neurological and psychiatric disorders. The therapeutic efficacy of DBS is dependent on the stimulation target, but its mechanisms of action are...
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Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is used to probe inhibitory intracortical neurotransmission and has been used to infer the neurobiological dysfunction that may underly several neurological disorders. One technique, short-interval intracortical inhibition (SICI), indexes gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) mediated inhibitory activity and is a pr...
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Background: Neuroimaging studies implicate widespread cortical and subcortical abnormalities in Tourette Syndrome (TS). Due to the neuroanatomical heterogeneity of these findings, it remains unclear which brain regions are key to TS symptomatology. This study aimed to localize a network of brain regions associated with tics, utilizing published coo...
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While mentally simulated actions activate similar neural structures to overt movement, the role of the primary motor cortex (PMC) in motor imagery remains disputed. The aim of the study was to use continuous theta burst stimulation (cTBS) to modulate corticospinal activity to investigate the putative role of the PMC in implicit motor imagery in you...
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Parkinsonism is a feature of several neurodegenerative disorders, including Parkinson's disease (PD), progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP), corticobasal degeneration syndrome (CBS) and multiple system atrophy (MSA). Neuroimaging studies have yielded insights into parkinsonism; however it remains unclear whether there is a common neural substrate am...
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Background. Deep brain stimulation is a highly effective treatment of dystonia, but is invasive and associated with risks, such as intraoperative bleeding and infections. Previous research has used non-invasive brain stimulation (NIBS) in an attempt to alleviate symptoms of dystonia. The results of these studies, however, have been variable, leavin...
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ackground and purpose: Dual-task (DT) walking assessments allow for the simultaneous evaluation of cognitive and motor performance. During DT walking, individuals may experience interference in one or both tasks, known as cognitive-motor interference (CMI). The primary purpose of this study was to compare CMI between individuals post-stroke and hea...
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Objective This study brought together over 60 transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) researchers to create the largest known sample of individual participant single and paired-pulse TMS data to date, enabling a more comprehensive evaluation of factors driving response variability. Methods Authors of previously published studies were contacted and...
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Objective Interindividual variability of single and paired-pulse TMS data has limited the clinical and experimental applicability of these methods. This study brought together over 60 TMS researchers to create the largest known sample of individual participant single and paired-pulse TMS data to date, enabling a more comprehensive evaluation of fac...
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Interhemispheric inhibition (IHI) is a dual-site TMS protocol measuring inhibitory interactions between the primary motor cortices (M1). IHI is performed by applying an initial conditioning stimulus followed by a test stimulus to the contralateral M1. Conventionally, the response in the contralateral hand to the conditioning TMS pulse is either not...
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It is well established that older adults are less able to perform attentionally demanding motor tasks, placing them at greater risk of accident-related injury. The primary purpose of this study was to investigate whether the interplay between prefrontal and motor cortex activity could predict such age-related performance deficits. Using a dual-task...
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Dual-tasking is intrinsic to many daily activities, including walking and driving. However, the activity of the primary motor cortex (M1) in response to dual-tasks (DT) is still not well characterised. A recent meta-analysis (Corp et al, 2014) demonstrated a reduction in M1 inhibition during dual-tasking, yet responses were not consistent between s...
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Objectives This multimodal study investigated the motor, neurocognitive and neurophysiological responses following a sports related concussion injury in the acute-phase (up to 10 days) in sub-elite Australian football players. Design Between-group, repeated measures. Method Over the course of one season (six months), 43 male players from one foot...
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Chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) is a neurodegenerative disease that is most often identified in postmortem autopsies of individuals exposed to repetitive head impacts, such as boxers and football players. The neuropathology of CTE is characterized by the accumulation of hyperphosphorylated tau protein in a pattern that is unique from that of...
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This study investigated corticomotor excitability and inhibition, cognitive functioning and fine motor dexterity in retired elite and amateur Australian football (AF) players, who had sustained concussions during their playing careers. Forty male AF players who played at the elite level (n=20; mean age 49.7 ± 5.7 years) or amateur level (n=20; mean...
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Increased attentional demand has been shown to reduce motor performance, leading to increases in accidents, particularly in elderly populations. While these deficits have been well documented behaviorally, their cortical correlates are less well known. Increased attention has been shown to affect activity in prefrontal regions of the cortex. Howeve...

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The goal of this project is to investigate the factors influencing the variability and test-retest reliability of various transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) measures among healthy and clinical populations.
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The aim of this study is to explore factors that contribute to inter-individual variability in the response to transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS). Specifically, we will explore the contribution of a key external factor (stimulation intensity) and internal factor (trait impulsivity).