Yashar Sarbaz
Yashar Sarbaz
Department of Biomedical Engineering, Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering , University of
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Modeling the Parkinson's tremor and its treatments
M Haeri, Y Sarbaz, S Gharibzadeh
Journal of theoretical biology 236 (3), 311-322, 2005
Classification of normal and abnormal lung sounds using neural network and support vector machines
S Abbasi, R Derakhshanfar, A Abbasi, Y Sarbaz
2013 21st Iranian Conference on Electrical Engineering (ICEE), 1-4, 2013
A review of presented mathematical models in Parkinson’s disease: black-and gray-box models
Y Sarbaz, H Pourakbari
Medical & biological engineering & computing 54, 855-868, 2016
Do the chaotic features of gait change in Parkinson's disease?
Y Sarbaz, F Towhidkhah, A Jafari, S Gharibzadeh
Journal of theoretical biology 307, 160-167, 2012
Modeling the gait of normal and Parkinsonian persons for improving the diagnosis
Y Sarbaz, M Banaie, M Pooyan, S Gharibzadeh, F Towhidkhah, A Jafari
Neuroscience letters 509 (2), 72-75, 2012
Gait Spectral analysis: an easy fast quantitative method for diagnosing Parkinson's Disease
Y Sarbaz, F Towhidkhah, S Gharibzadeh, A Jafari
Journal of Mechanics in Medicine and Biology 12 (03), 1250041, 2012
Huntington's disease: Modeling the gait disorder and proposing novel treatments
M Banaie, Y Sarbaz, S Gharibzadeh, F Towhidkhah
Journal of Theoretical Biology 254 (2), 361-367, 2008
Spectral analysis of gait disorders in Huntington's disease: a new horizon to early diagnosis
Y Sarbaz, A Pourhedayat
Journal of Mechanics in Medicine and Biology 14 (01), 1450001, 2014
Separating Parkinsonian patients from normal persons using handwriting features
Y Sarbaz, F Towhidkhah, V Mosavari, A Janani, A Soltanzadeh
Journal of Mechanics in Medicine and Biology 13 (03), 1350030, 2013
A gray-box neural network model of Parkinson’s disease using gait signal
Y Sarbaz, S Gharibzadeh, F Towhidkhah, M Banaie, A Jafari
Basic and Clinical Neuroscience 2 (3), 33, 2011
Future of the renal biopsy: time to change the conventional modality using nanotechnology
HT Khosroshahi, B Abedi, S Daneshvar, Y Sarbaz, A Shakeri Bavil
International Journal of Biomedical Imaging 2017, 2017
A computational model for the Huntington disease
Y Sarbaz, M Banae, S Gharibzadeh
Medical hypotheses 68 (5), 1154-1158, 2007
Introducing a decision support system for multiple sclerosis based on postural tremor: A hope for separation of people who might be affected by multiple sclerosis in the future
Y Sarbaz, H Pourakbari, MH Vojudi, A Ghanbari
Biomedical Engineering: Applications, Basis and Communications 29 (06), 1750046, 2017
Early detection of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) using the gait motor signal frequency analysis
B Abedi, A Abbasi, Y Sarbaz, A Goshvarpour
Journal of Arak University of Medical Sciences 19 (3), 54-61, 2016
Pathophysiology of freezing of gait and some possible treatments for it
Y Sarbaz, S Gharibzadeh, F Towhidkhah
Medical Hypotheses 78 (2), 258-261, 2012
Power spectral density analysis of purkinje cell tonic and burst firing patterns from a rat model of ataxia and riluzole treated
S Abbasi, A Abbasi, Y Sarbaz, M Janahmadi
Basic and Clinical Neuroscience 8 (1), 61, 2017
A grey box neural network model of basal ganglia for gait signal of patients with huntington disease
A Pourhedayat, Y Sarbaz
Basic and clinical neuroscience 7 (2), 107, 2016
Contribution of somatic and dendritic SK channels in the firing rate of Deep Cerebellar Nuclei: Implication in cerebellar ataxia
S Abbasi, A Abbasi, Y Sarbaz, P Shahabi
Basic and Clinical Neuroscience 7 (1), 57, 2016
Automatic classification of schizophrenia patients using resting-state EEG signals
H Najafzadeh, M Esmaeili, S Farhang, Y Sarbaz, SH Rasta
Physical and Engineering Sciences in Medicine 44 (3), 855-870, 2021
The effects of counting the stride numbers on the Parkinsonian gait: Suggesting a possible reason for dual task interference
Y Sarbaz, H Pourakbari
Basic and Clinical Neuroscience 10 (3), 269, 2019
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