Link to publications

  1. Moazzam Z, Duke A, and Yoo PB. Electrical Neuromodulation by Posterior Tibial Nerve Stimulation in Anesthetized Cats: Evidence of Frequency-Dependent Inhibitory and Excitatory Bladder Reflexes, Journal of Urology (Accepted for publication).
  2. Yoo PB, Liu H, Hincapie JG, Ruble SB, Hamann JJ, Grill WM. Modulation of heart rate by temporally patterned vagus nerve stimulation in the anesthetized dog. Physiological Reports. 2016 Jan 25;4(e12689)
  3. Kovacevic M and Yoo PB, Reflex Neuromodulation of Bladder Function Elicited by Posterior Tibial Nerve Stimulation in Anesthetized Rats, Am J Physiol Renal Physiol, 308(4):F320-9 (2015).
  4. Yoo PB, Lubock N, Hincapie JG, and Grill WM, High-Resolution Measurement of Cervical Vagus Nerve Activity during Electrical Stimulation in the Anesthetized Dog, J Neural Eng, Apr; 10(2):026003 (2013).
  5. Snellings AE, Yoo PB, Grill WM, Urethral Flow-Responsive Afferents in Cat Sacral Dorsal Root Ganglia, J Neuroscience Letters, May 10:516(1):34-8 (2012).
  6. Rosellini WM, Yoo PB, Engineer N, Armstrong S; Weiner RL, Burress C, Cauller L, A Voltage-controlled Capacitive Discharge Method for Electrical Activation of Peripheral Nerves, Neuromodulation, 14(6):493-499 (2011).
  7. Yoo PB, Horvath EE, Amundsen CL, Webster GD and Grill WM, Multiple Pudendal Sensory Pathways Reflexively Modulate Bladder and Urethral Activity in Patients with Spinal Cord Injury, J Urol, 185:737-743 (2011).
  8. Woock JP, Yoo PB and Grill WM, Mechanisms of Reflex Bladder Activation, Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol, 300(2): R398-407 (2011).
  9. Castoro MA, Yoo PB, Hincapie JG, Hamann JJ, Ruble SB, Wolf PD, and Grill WM, Excitation Properties of the Right Cervical Vagus Nerve in Adult Dogs, Exp Neurol, 227:62-68, (2011)
  10. Woock JP, Yoo PB and Grill WM, Finite Element Modeling and in vivo analysis of electrode configurations for selective pudendal afferent fiber stimulation, BMC Urology, 10:11 (2010)
  11. Horvath EE, Yoo PB, Amundsen CL, Webster GD and Grill WM, Closed-Loop Control of Urinary Continence Improves the Efficiency of Dorsal Genital Nerve Stimulation, Neurourol and Urodyn 29:401-407 (2009).
  12. Woock JP, Yoo PB, and Grill WM, Intraurethral Stimulation Evokes Bladder Responses via 2 Distinct Reflex Pathways, J Urol, 182(1): 366-73 (2009).
  13. Yoo PB, Woock JP, and Grill WM, Somatic Innervation of the Feline Lower Urinary Tract. Brain Res, 2008: 1246: 80-87.
  14. Yoo PB, Woock JP, and Grill WM, Bladder Activation by Selective Stimulation of Pudendal Nerve Afferents in the Cat. Exp Neurology, 2008, 212(1):218-25.
  15. Woock JP, Yoo PB and Grill WM, Activation and Inhibition of the Micturition Reflex by Penile Afferents in the Cat,Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol, 2008, 294(6):R1880-9.
  16. Yoo PB, Klein SM, Grafstein NH, Horvath EE, Amundsen CL, Webster GD and Grill WM, Pudendal Nerve Stimulation Evokes Reflex Bladder Contractions in Persons with Spinal Cord Injury, Neurourol Urodyn, 2007, 26(7): 1020-3.
  17. Yoo PB and Grill WM, Minimally Invasive Electrical Stimulation of the Pudendal Nerve: A Pre-Clinical Study for Neural Control of the Lower Urinary Tract, Neurourol Urodyn, 2007, 26(4): 562-9.
  18. Yoo PB and Durand DM, The Effects of Selective Hypoglossal Nerve Stimulation on Canine Upper Airway Mechanics, J Appl Physiol, 2005, 99, 937-943.
  19. Yoo PB and Durand DM, Selective Recording of the Canine Hypoglossal Nerve Using A Multi-Contact Flat Interface Nerve Electrode, IEEE Trans Biomed Eng, 2005, 52(8), 1461-1469.
  20. Yoo PB, Sahin M, and Durand DM, Selective Stimulation of the Hypoglossal Nerve Using A Multi-Contact Cuff Electrode, Ann of Biomed, 2004; 32(4), 511-519.