Temporal Spike Patterns Contain Useful Information Beyond the Firing Rate for Weak Stimulus Detection (submitted). Nesse WH, Marsat G, Maler L, Longtin A.

Balanced ionotropic receptor dynamics support signal estimation via voltage-dependent membrane noise (2016). Marcoux CM, Clarke SE, Nesse WH, Longtin A, Maler L. Journal of Neurophysiology. 115:530-45 (pdf)

Biophysical information representation in temporally correlated spike trains (2010). William H. Nesse, Leonard Maler, Andre Longtin. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 107(51): 21973-21978(pdf)

The Kinetics of Fast Short-term Depression are Matched to Spike Train Statistics to Reduce Noise. Reza Khanbabaie, William Nesse, Andre Longtin, and Leonard Maler (2010). Journal of Neurophysiology. 103(6): 3337 (pdf)

Relative Spike Timing in Stochastic Oscillator Networks of the Hermissenda Eye. William H. Nesse, Gregory A. Clark, (2010)  Biological Cybernetics, 102(5):389-412 (pdf)

Oscillation Regularity in Noise-Driven Excitable Systems with Multi-Time-Scale Adaptation. William H. Nesse, Christopher A. Del Negro, and Paul C. Bressloff, (2008) Physical Review Letters 101: 088101 (pdf)

Fluctuation-driven Rhythmogenesis in an Excitatory Neuronal Network with Slow Adaptation. William H. Nesse, Alla Borisyuk, and Paul C. Bressloff, (2008) Journal of Computational Neuroscience 25: 317-333 (pdf)

Spike patterning of a stochastic phase model neuron given periodic inhibition. William H. Nesse, Gregory A. Clark, and Paul C. Bressloff, (2007) Physical Review E 75, 031912 (pdf)

Activation of Caspase-8 in the Alzheimer's Disease Brain. Rohn T.T.; Head E.; Nesse W.H.; Cotman C.W.; Cribbs D.H. (2001) Neurobiology of Disease, 8(6): 1006-1016 (pdf)