Xiang Zhou will present “Outer hair cell function correlates with tinnitus” at the Fourth International TRI Conference: Frontiers in Tinnitus Research in the University of Texas, Dallas (June 8-11).
Friday Lab meeting: Xiang Zhou presents his work on tinnitus modeling and psychophysics.
“We hypothesize that tinnitus is the result of a gain-adaptation mechanism that, when confronted with degraded peripheral input, increase neuronal gains such that spontaneous neuronal activity is perceived as a phantom sound. The aim of this study is to find a colleration between the tinnitus percept with measures of peripheral processing on an individual subject basis. We try to predict the tinnitus likeness spectrum from both distortation product otoacoustic emission(DPOAE) and audiogram with high frequency resolution.” – Xiang Zhou
Congratulations to Preet Minhas et al. for a paper accepted to Journal of Neuroscience Methods!
“Electrodes for high-definition transcutaneous DC stimulation for applications in drug-delivery and electrotherapy, including tDCS” by Preet Minhas, Johnson Ho, Varun Bansal, Jinal Patel, Julian Diaz, Abhishek Datta, and Marom Bikson
Congratulations Abhi et al. on a paper accepted to NeuroImage!
“Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation in Patients with Skull Defects and Skull Plates: High-Resolution Computational FEM Study of Factors Altering Cortical Current Flow” by Abhishek Datta, Marom Bikson, and Felipe Fregni (collaborator at Harvard Medical).
Ranu Jung, Associate Professor at the Center for Adpative Neural Systems in Arizona State University will give a seminar on “Neuromorphic Design and Neural Prosthesis for Restoring Sensorimotor Function.
Friday Lab Meetings: Davide will present his article on the effects of fields on gamma oscillations, “Low-intensity electrical stimulation affects network dynamics by modulating population rate and spike timing – modulation, pacing and resonance”
Friday Lab Meeting: Jacek will present progress of the optimization of high-definition tDCS stimulation.
Welcome Mathias Huber, from the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, who is a visiting scholar in the Neural Engineering group.
Two technolgies developed at CCNY Neural Engineering featured at the NYC Emerging Medical Technologies Summit.
2:30 PM Special Friday Seminar: Dr. Mingzhou Ding (Professor BME at U, Florida) will speak on “Dynamic Organization of Brain Networks”.
NOTE We will not have our regular Friday morning seminar on this day. Note the seminar is at 2:30 PM.