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Sara B. Pillay PhD

Assistant Professor

Institution: Medical College of Wisconsin
Department: Neurology
Division: Neuropsychology

Member of the Neuroscience Research Center

Publications (6)

  • Temporal lobe regions essential for preserved picture naming after left temporal epilepsy surgery. (Binder JR, Tong JQ, Pillay SB, Conant LL, Humphries CJ, Raghavan M, Mueller WM, Busch RM, Allen L, Gross WL, Anderson CT, Carlson CE, Lowe MJ, Langfitt JT, Tivarus ME, Drane DL, Loring DW, Jacobs M, Morgan VL, Allendorfer JB, Szaflarski JP, Bonilha L, Bookheimer S, Grabowski T, Vannest J, Swanson SJ, fMRI in Anterior Temporal Epilepsy Surgery (FATES) study) Epilepsia 2020 09;61(9):1939-1948 PMID: 32780878 PMCID: PMC7722029 SCOPUS ID: 2-s2.0-85089258019 08/12/2020       3 Citations
  • Neural networks supporting audiovisual integration for speech: A large-scale lesion study. (Hickok G, Rogalsky C, Matchin W, Basilakos A, Cai J, Pillay S, Ferrill M, Mickelsen S, Anderson SW, Love T, Binder J, Fridriksson J) Cortex 2018 06;103:360-371 PMID: 29705718 PMCID: PMC6223621 SCOPUS ID: 2-s2.0-85046169918 05/01/2018       9 Citations
  • The Neural Basis of Successful Word Reading in Aphasia. (Pillay SB, Gross WL, Graves WW, Humphries C, Book DS, Binder JR) J Cogn Neurosci 2018 04;30(4):514-525 PMID: 29211656 SCOPUS ID: 2-s2.0-85042764522 12/07/2017       3 Citations
  • Lesion localization of speech comprehension deficits in chronic aphasia. (Pillay SB, Binder JR, Humphries C, Gross WL, Book DS) Neurology 2017 Mar 07;88(10):970-975 PMID: 28179469 PMCID: PMC5333516 SCOPUS ID: 2-s2.0-85014816931 02/10/2017       33 Citations
  • Surface errors without semantic impairment in acquired dyslexia: a voxel-based lesion-symptom mapping study. (Binder JR, Pillay SB, Humphries CJ, Gross WL, Graves WW, Book DS) Brain 2016 05;139(Pt 5):1517-26 PMID: 26966139 PMCID: PMC5006249 SCOPUS ID: 2-s2.0-84966648862 03/12/2016       22 Citations
  • Cerebral localization of impaired phonological retrieval during rhyme judgment. (Pillay SB, Stengel BC, Humphries C, Book DS, Binder JR) Ann Neurol 2014 Nov;76(5):738-46 PMID: 25164766 PMCID: PMC4214892 SCOPUS ID: 2-s2.0-84912085803 08/29/2014       43 Citations
  • Last update: 10/07/2020