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Gary Green

Gary Green

Director

YNiC Responsibilities

  • Director of the York Neuroimaging Centre
  • Co-director of the Centre for Hyperpolarisation in MRI

  • Professor of Neuroimaging, Department of Psychology, University of York
  • Honorary Professor of Human Neuroscience, Hull-York Medical School
  • Advisor, MRC Panel for Biomedical Informatics Fellowship selection
  • Member, York Business Forum
  • Member, International Advisory Committee, SINAPSE, Scotland
  • Director, YNI Ltd

Research Interests

  • Neuroscience (basic and clinical)
  • Dynamics of the brain
  • Hyperpolarisation of spin in organic molecules
  • Mathematics of non-linear dynamic systems
  • Non-invasive imaging methods and applications (MRI, MEG and EEG)

Societies

  • Member, Physiological Society
  • Fellow, Royal Society of Medicine
  • Fellow, Society of Biology
  • Fellow, Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA)

Current Grants

  • Hyperpolarisation using SABRE as a new tool for Imaging.
  • Wellcome Trust Strategic Award for £3.6million (with Simon Duckett and Hugh Perry)
  • Centre for Hyperpolarisation in MRI.
  • Wellcome Trust - Wolfson Foundation Capital Award for £4.36million. (with Simon Duckett, Duncan Bruce, Rod Hubbard, Juergen Hennig, Ian Fairlamb, Victor Chechik, Jen Potts and Paul Kaye).

  • MRC Partnership Grant: Building capacity in UK clinical MEG research. (with 8 other MEG sites within the UK)
  • Signal Amplification in MR achieved through novel inorganic templates.
  • EPSRC. £668449 grant no EP/G009546/1 (with Simon Duckett)
  • MRC Capacity Building Studentship grant (for Kevin Atkinson)

Recent Grants

  • Signal amplification in NMR and MRI using hyperpolarised compounds.
  • EPSRC follow-on fund £76491 grant no EP/H029575/21 (with Simon Duckett)
  • Hypertech : Taking NMR and MRI to a new threshold in sensitivity, hyperpolarised compounds and smart imaging agents.
  • Yorkshire Concept : Proof of Commercial Concept Fund (with Simon Duckett and Mark Mortimer)
  • The Geometries of Neuronal Responses.
  • MRC. (sponsor for Special Research Training Fellowships in Biomedical Informatics for Dr. Lee Harrison)
  • Movement disorders: New hardware and software for use in a clinical MEG Scanner.
  • White Rose Health Innovation Grant.
  • Hyperpolarisation Development for Diagnostic Imaging of Metabolic Processes.
  • White Rose Health Innovation Grant & Fellowship (with Simon Duckett)

Publications

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Earlier Publications

  • Functional connectivity analysis of MEG data using mutual information.
    • Nevado, A, Pulgarin, M, Green, GR (2006)
    • J. Psychophysiology vol 20 (3) p243

  • Binaural "sluggishness" as a function of stimulus bandwidth.
    • Witton, C; Green, GGR; Henning, GB (2005)
    • Auditory Signal Processing: Physiology, Psychoacoustics and models. pp443-453

  • Gamma oscillations induced by speech recognition
    • Basu AP, Green GGR, Johnson S, Eyre, J.A. (2005)
    • Journal Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry 76 (1): 156-156

  • Effect of a noise modulation masker on the detection of second-order amplitude modulation.
    • Millman, R.E., G.G.R. Green, C. Lorenzi, and A. Rees (2003)
    • Hearing Research 178: p. 1-11.

  • Detection and direction-discrimination of diotic and dichotic ramp modulations in amplitude and phase.
    • Witton, C.M., M.I.G. Simpson, G.B. Henning, A. Rees, and G.G.R. Green, (2002)
    • Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 113: p. 468-477

  • Perception of sound-source motion by the human brain.
    • Warren, J.D., B.A. Zielinski, G.G.R. Green, J.P. Rauschecker, and T.D. Griffiths (2002)
    • Neuron 34(1): p. 139-148.

  • Effect of duration on amplitude-modulation masking.
    • Millman, R.E., C. Lorenzi, F. Apoux, C. Fullgrabe, G.G.R. Green, and S.P. Bacon (2002)
    • Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 111(6): p. 2551-2554

  • Firing patterns of inferior colliculus neurons-histology and mechanism to change firing patterns in rat brain slices.
    • Bal, R., G.G.R. Green, A. Rees, and D.J. Sanders, (2002)
    • Neuroscience Letters 317(1): p. 42-46.

  • Second-order modulation detection thresholds for pure-tone and narrow-band noise carriers.
    • Lorenzi, C., M.I.G. Simpson, R.E. Millman, T.D. Griffiths, W.P. Woods, A. Rees, and G.G.R. Green, (2001).
    • Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 110(5): p. 2470-2478.

  • The Newcastle Auditory Battery (NAB) - A temporal and spatial test battery for use on adult naive subjects.
    • Griffiths, T.D., J.L. Dean, W. Woods, A. Rees, and G.G.R. Green (2001)
    • Hearing Research 154(1-2): p. 165-169.

  • Representations of neuronal models using minimal and bilinear realisations.
    • Green, G.G.R., W. Woods, and S. Manchanda (2001)
    • Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence 2036: p. 154-160.

  • Two kinds of transient outward currents, I-A and I-Adepol, in F76 and D1 soma membranes of the subesophageal ganglia of Helix aspersa.
    • Bal, R., M. Janahmadi, G.G.R. Green, and D.J. Sanders (2001)
    • Journal of Membrane Biology 179(1): p. 71-78.

  • Monaural and binaural detection of sinusoidal phase modulation of a 500-Hz tone.
    • Witton, C., G.G.R. Green, A. Rees, and G.B. Henning (2000)
    • Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 2000. 108(4): p. 1826-1833.

  • Dynamic sensory sensitivity and children's word decoding skills.
    • Talcott, J.B., C. Witton, M.F. McLean, P.C. Hansen, A. Rees, G.G.R. Green, and J.F. Stein (2000)

    • Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 97(6): p. 2952-2957.

  • Human brain areas involved in the analysis of auditory movement.
    • Griffiths, T.D., G.G.R. Green, A. Rees, and G. Rees (2000)
    • Human Brain Mapping 9(2): p. 72-80.

  • Frontal processing and auditory perception.
    • Griffiths, T.D., V. Penhune, I. Peretz, J.L. Dean, R.D. Patterson, and G.G.R. Green (2000)
    • Neuroreport 11(5): p. 919-922.

  • The Spectrum of Hearing Loss Due to Mitochondrial DNA Defects.
    • Chinnery, P.F., C. Elliott, G.G.R. Green, A. Rees, A. Coulthard, D.M. Turnbull, and T.D. Griffiths (2000)
    • Brain 123: p. 72-82

  • Effect of calcium and calcium channel blockers on transient outward current of F76 and D1 neuronal soma membranes in the subesophageal ganglia of Helix aspersa.
    • Bal, R., M. Janahmadi, G.G.R. Green, and D.J. Sanders (2000)
    • Journal of Membrane Biology 173(3): p. 179-185.

  • Can sensitivity to auditory frequency modulation predict children's phonological and reading skills?
    • Talcott, J.B., C. Witton, M. McClean, P.C. Hansen, A. Rees, G.G.R. Green, and J.F. Stein (1999)

    • Neuroreport 10(10): p. 2045-2050

  • Morphological and electrophysiological features of F76 and D1 neurones of the sub oesophageal ganglia of Helix aspersa in vitro and in culture.
    • Janahmadi, M., M.S. Malmierca, P.G. Hearne, G.G.R. Green, and D.J. Sanders (1999)
    • Anatomy and Embryology 199(6): p. 563-572.

  • Cortical activation during perception of a rotating wide-field acoustic stimulus.
    • Griffiths, T.D. and G.G.R. Green (1999)
    • NeuroImage 10(1): p. 84-90.

  • Disorders of human complex sound processing.
    • Griffiths, T.D., A. Rees, and G.G.R. Green (1999)
    • Neurocase 1999. 5(5): p. 365-378.

  • A common neural substrate for the analysis of pitch and duration pattern in segmented sound?
    • Griffiths, T.D., I. Johnsrude, J.L. Dean, and G.G.R. Green (1999)
    • Neuroreport 10(18): p. 3825-3830

  • Sensitivity to dynamic auditory and visual stimuli predicts nonword reading ability in both dyslexic and normal readers.
    • Witton, C., J.B. Talcott, P.C. Hansen, A.J. Richardson, T.D. Griffiths, A. Rees, J.F. Stein, and G.G.R. Green, (1998)
    • Current Biology 8(14): p. 791-797.

  • Cortical activation during perception of a rotating wide-field acoustic stimulus.
    • Griffiths, T.D., R. Frackowiak, and G.G.R. Green (1998)
    • NeuroImage 9: p. 3383-3386.

  • Right parietal cortex is involved in the perception of sound movement in humans.
    • Griffiths, T.D., G. Rees, A. Rees, G.G.R. Green, C. Witton, D. Rowe, C. Buchel, R. Turner, and R.S.J. Frackowiak (1998)
    • Nature Neuroscience 1(1): p. 74-79.

  • A distinct low-level mechanism for interaural timing analysis in human hearing.
    • Griffiths, T.D., C. Elliott, A. Coulthard, N.E.F. Cartlidge, and G.G.R. Green (1998)
    • Neuroreport 9(15): p. 3383-3386

  • Sound movement detection deficit due to a brainstem lesion.
    • Griffiths, T.D., D. Bates, A. Rees, C. Witton, A. Gholkar, and G.G.R. Green (1997)
    • Journal of Neurology Neurosurgery and Psychiatry 62(5): p. 522-526

  • Spatial and temporal auditory processing deficits following right hemisphere infarction - A psychophysical study.
    • Griffiths, T.D., A. Rees, C. Witton, P.M. Cross, R.A. Shakir, and G.G.R. Green (1997)
    • Brain 120: p. 785-794

  • Membrane properties of mouse dorsal cochlear nucleus neurons in vitro.
    • Agar, Erdal; Green, Gary G. R.; Sanders, David J.(1997)
    • Journal of Basic and Clinical Physiology and Pharmacology Volume 8(3) Pages: 157-179

  • Neural networks and approximation theory - Response.
    • Wray, J. and G.G.R. Green (1996)
    • Neural Networks 9(4): p. 722-722

  • The relative order and inverses of recurrent networks.
    • Kambhampati, C., S. Manchanda, A. Delgado, G.G.R. Green, K. Warwick, and M.T. Tham, (1996)
    • Automatica 32(1): p. 117-123.

  • Evidence for a sound movement area in the human cerebral cortex.
    • Griffiths, T.D., A. Rees, C. Witton, R.A. Shakir, G.B. Henning, and G.G.R. Green (1996)
    • Nature 383(6599): p. 425-427.

  • Neural Networks, Approximation-Theory, and Finite Precision Computation.
    • Wray, J. and G.G.R. Green (1995)
    • Neural Networks 8(1): p. 31-37

  • Calculation of the Volterra Kernels of Nonlinear Dynamic- Systems Using an Artificial Neural-Network.
    • Wray, J. and G.G.R. Green (1994)
    • Biological Cybernetics 71(3): p. 187-195.

  • Membrane properties of complex spike firing neurons of the mouse dorsal cochlear nucleus in vitro.
    • Agar, E., G.G.R. Green, and D.J. Sanders, (1994)
    • Journal of Basic & Clinical Physiology & Pharmacology 7: p. 151-165

  • Membrane properties of mouse anteroventral cochlear nucleus neurons in vitro.
    • Agar, E., G.G.R. Green, and D.J. Sanders (1994)
    • Journal of Basic & Clinical Physiology & Pharmacology 7: p. 179-198

  • Human Middle-Ear Mucins.
    • Hutton, D.A., F.J.J. Fogg, G.G.R. Green, J.P. Birchall, and J.P. Pearson (1993)
    • Glycoconjugate Journal 10(4): p. 343-343

  • Culture of Human Middle-Ear Mucosal Explants - Mucin Production.
    • Hill, J., D.A. Hutton, G.G.R. Green, J.P. Birchall, and J.P. Pearson (1992)
    • Clinical Otolaryngology 17(6): p. 491-496.

  • Otitis-Media with Effusion - Components Which Contribute to the Viscous Properties.
    • Carrie, S., D.A. Hutton, J.P. Birchall, G.G.R. Green, and J.P. Pearson (1992)
    • Acta Oto-Laryngologica 112(3): p. 504-511

  • Neurophysiological Evidence of Auditory Channel Anomalies in Developmental Dysphasia.
    • Stefanatos, G.A., G.G.R. Green, and G.G. Ratcliff, (1989)
    • Archives of Neurology 46(8): p. 871-875.

  • Rheologic Studies on Middle-Ear Effusions and Their Mucus Glycoproteins.
    • Fitzgerald, J.E., G.G.R. Green, J.P. Birchall, and J.P. Pearson (1989)
    • Archives of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery 115(4): p. 462-468.

  • Mucolytic Agents and Otitis-Media with Effusion.
    • Fitzgerald, J.E., G.G.R. Green, J.P. Birchall, and J.P. Pearson, (1988)
    • Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy 42(8): p. 505-511.

  • Mucus Glycoproteins in Seromucinous Otitis-Media.
    • Fitzgerald, J.E., J.P. Pearson, G.G.R. Green, F.W. Stafford, and J.P. Birchall, (1987)
    • Clinical Otolaryngology 1987. 12(1): p. 61-62.

  • Characterization of Human Middle-Ear Mucus Glycoprotein in Chronic Secretory Otitis-Media (Csom).
    • Fitzgerald, J.E., G.G.R. Green, F.W. Stafford, J.P. Birchall, and J.P. Pearson (1987)
    • Clinica Chimica Acta 169(2-3): p. 281-297.

  • Steady-State Evoked-Responses to Sinusoidally Amplitude-Modulated Sounds Recorded in Man.
    • Rees, A., G.G.R. Green, and R.H. Kay (1986)
    • Hearing Research 23(2): p. 123-133.

  • Mucolytic Agents for Glue Ear.
    • Fitzgerald, J.E., J.P. Pearson, G.G.R. Green, J.P. Birchall, and F.W. Stafford (1986)
    • Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy 40(9): p. 360-360.

  • Mucolytic Agents for Glue Ear.
    • Pearson, J.P., J.E. Fitzgerald, G.G.R. Green, J.P. Birchall, and F.W. Stafford (1985)
    • Lancet 2(8456): p. 674-675.

  • Mucolytic Agents for Glue Ear.
    • Pearson, J.P., G.G.R. Green, J.E. Fitzgerald, J.P. Birchall, and F.W. Stafford (1985)
    • Lancet 2(8467): p. 1300-1301

  • Fourier-Analysis of Ecochg Templates.
    • Birchall, J.P., G.G.R. Green, A. Reid, and J. Newson (1985)
    • Clinical Otolaryngology 10(5): p. 253-261