Thelma Lovick, PhD

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PhD work done at University of Birmingham.

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Jefferys JGR, Ashby-Lumsden A, Lovick TA. (2020) Cardiac effects of repeated focal seizures in rats induced by intrahippocampal tetanus toxin: Bradyarrhythmias, tachycardias, and prolonged interictal QT interval. Epilepsia
Jefferys JGR, Arafat MA, Irazoqui PP, et al. (2019) Brainstem activity, apnea, and death during seizures induced by intrahippocampal kainic acid in anaesthetized rats. Epilepsia
Brouillard CBJ, Crook JJ, Lovick TA. (2019) Suppression of Urinary Voiding "on Demand" by High-Frequency Stimulation of the S1 Sacral Nerve Root in Anesthetized Rats. Neuromodulation : Journal of the International Neuromodulation Society
Budde RB, Arafat MA, Pederson DJ, et al. (2018) Acid reflux induced laryngospasm as a potential mechanism of sudden death in epilepsy. Epilepsy Research. 148: 23-31
Brouillard CBJ, Crook JJ, Irazoqui PP, et al. (2018) Suppression of Urinary Voiding by Conditional High Frequency Stimulation of the Pelvic Nerve in Conscious Rats. Frontiers in Physiology. 9: 437
Crook JJ, Brouillard C, Irazoqui P, et al. (2018) Chronic implantation of cuff electrodes on the pelvic nerve in rats is well tolerated and does not compromise afferent or efferent fibre functionality. Journal of Neural Engineering
Crook JJ, Lovick TA. (2017) High Frequency Stimulation of the Pelvic Nerve Inhibits Urinary Voiding in Anesthetized Rats. Frontiers in Physiology. 8: 623
Crook J, Lovick T. (2015) Urodynamic function during sleep-like brain states in urethane anaesthetised rats. Neuroscience
Stone E, Coote JH, Lovick TA. (2015) Effect of electrical vs. chemical deep brain stimulation at midbrain sites on micturition in anaesthetized rats. Acta Physiologica (Oxford, England). 214: 135-45
Devall AJ, Santos JM, Fry JP, et al. (2015) Elevation of brain allopregnanolone rather than 5-HT release by short term, low dose fluoxetine treatment prevents the estrous cycle-linked increase in stress sensitivity in female rats. European Neuropsychopharmacology : the Journal of the European College of Neuropsychopharmacology. 25: 113-23
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