• Anton Tokariev

Anton Tokariev



Tokariev A, Roberts JA, Zalesky A, Zhao X, Vanhatalo S, Breakspear M and Cocchi L. Large-scale brain modes reorganize between infant sleep states and carry prognostic information for preterms. Submitted.

Tokariev A, Stjerna S, Lano A, Metsäranta M, Palva JM, Vanhatalo S (2018). Preterm birth changes networks of newborn cortical activity. Cerebral Cortex.

Videman M, Tokariev A, Saikkonen H, Stjerna S, Heiskala H, Mantere O, Vanhatalo S (2017). Newborn Brain Function Is Affected by Fetal Exposure to Maternal Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors. Cereb Cortex, 27(6):3208-3216.

Videman M, Tokariev A, Stjerna S, Roivainen R, Gaily E, Vanhatalo S (2016). Effects of prenatal antiepileptic drug exposure on newborn brain activity. Epilepsia. 57(2):252-62.

Tokariev A, Videman M, Palva JM, Vanhatalo S (2016). Functional Brain Connectivity Develops Rapidly Around Term Age and Changes Between Vigilance States in the Human Newborn. Cereb Cortex. 26(12):4540-4550.

Tokariev A, Vanhatalo S, Palva JM (2016). Analysis of infant cortical synchrony is constrained by the number of recording electrodes and the recording montage. Clin. Neurophysiology.127:310-23.

Odabaee M, Tokariev A, Layeghy S, Mesbah M, Colditz PB, Ramon C, Vanhatalo S (2014). Neonatal EEG at scalp is focal and implies high skull conductivity in realistic neonatal head models. NeuroImage. 96:73–80.

Tokariev A, Palmu K, Lano A, Metsäranta M, Vanhatalo S (2012). Phase synchrony in the early preterm EEG: development of methods for estimating synchrony in both oscillations and events. NeuroImage. 60:1562–573.

Book chapters

Stevenson NJ and Tokariev A. Automated EEG Analysis for Neonatal Intensive Care, in Encyclopedia of Biomedical Engineering, ed. R. Narayan, Elsevier: Amsterdam 2019, 240-257.


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