Skip to main content


JH Goldwyn, MWH Remme, J Rinzel (2019).  Soma-axon configurations that enhance neuronal coincidence detection. PLoS Comput Biol 15(3): e1006476.

JH Goldwyn, BR Slabe, JB Travers, D Terman (2018). Gain control with A-type potassium current: IA as a switch between divisive and subtractive inhibition.  PLoS Comput Biol 14(7): e1006292.

JH Goldwyn, M Mc Laughlin, E Verschooten, P Joris, J Rinzel (2017). Signatures of somatic inhibition and dendritic excitation in auditory brainstem field potentials. J Neurosci 37(43):10451–10467.

MD McDonnel, JH Goldwyn, and B Lindner (2016). Editorial: Neuronal stochastic variability. Influences on spiking dynamics and network activity. Front Comput Neurosci 10:38.

JH Goldwyn and J Rinzel (2016). Neuronal coupling by endogenous electric fields: Cable theory and applications to coincidence detector neurons in the auditory brainstem. J Neurophysiology 115(4): 2033-2051.

JH Goldwyn, M Mc Laughlin, E Verschooten, P Joris, J Rinzel (2014). A model of the medial superior olive explains spatio-temporal features of local field potentials. J Neuroscience 34(35): 11705-11722.

JH Goldwyn, JT Rubinstein, and E Shea-Brown (2012). A point process framework for modeling electrical stimulation of auditory nerve fibers. J Neurophysiol 108(5):1430-1452.

JH Goldwyn and E Shea-Brown (2011). The what and where of adding channel noise to the Hodgkin- Huxley equations. PLoS Computational Biology 7(11): e1002247.

JH Goldwyn, NS Imennov, M Famulare, and E Shea-Brown (2011). Stochastic differential equation models for ion channel noise in Hodgkin-Huxley neurons. Phys Rev E 83: 041908.

JH Goldwyn, SM Bierer, and JA Bierer (2010). Modeling the electrode-neuron interface of cochlear implants: Effects of neural survival, electrode placement, and the partial tripolar configuration. Hearing Research 268(1-2): 93-104.

JH Goldwyn, E Shea-Brown, and JT Rubinstein (2010). Encoding and decoding amplitude-modulated cochlear implant stimuli—A point process analysis. J Comput Neurosci 28(3): 405-424.


Also, see my work at the Urban Institute (2002-2005) here