2:00 PM, Leslie Blaha (Indiana University, Bloomington) will present a special seminar on “A Dynamic Hebbian-style Model of Configural Learning”
Marom Bikson presented at the International Symposium on Neuromodulation in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
“In vitro studies: designing targeted stimulation protocols” work by Tom Radman, Asif Rahman, and Davide Reato.
“Computer modeling : what have we learned to design new interventions?” work by Abhishek Datta.
Friday Lab Meetings: Asif Rahman presented recent data on effects of DC fields on cortical synaptic function.
Tom’s paper on Spike Timing Amplifies the Effect of Electric Fields on Neurons: Implications for Endogenous Field Effects (Thomas Radman, Yuzhuo Su, Je Hi An, Lucas C. Parra, and Marom Bikson. The Journal of Neuroscience, March 14, 2007) was featured and discussed on Scientific Blogging.
The Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) initates a clinical trial on experimental pain using our High-Definition transcranial Electrical Stimulation (HD-tES) system. Jeff Borckardt and Mark George will lead the trial.
Marom Bikson, Abhi Datta, and Varun Bansal visited MUSC to deliver and set-up the technology.
Two medical technolgies developed in our lab are selected for the upcomming “NYC MedTech” showcase, organized by Columbia University on March 26th.
Prasad Adusumilli will present “Real-time intraoperative detection of tissue hypoxia by a novel wireless Pulse Oximetry (WiPOX)” based on our hand-held sensor technology.
Marom Bikson will present “H-sink: A method to reduce tissue heating at implantable medical devices including neuroprosthetic devices“
Friday Lab Meetings: João will present the experiments and preliminary results on visual perception using the synchronization of Eye tracking and EEG, and the motivations behind the experiments.
Friday Lab meetings: Xiang will present the experiments he is performing about the voltage measurements at the scalp applying extra-cranial AC electric fields.
Marom Bikson presents among the finalists of the NYC Bioaccelerate Prize. “Breakthrough in Electrotherapy Technology: High-Density Transcranial Electrical Stimulation (HD-tES)”. The presentation will be at the Bank of America Tower (One Bryant Park).
Maged completed his first PhD exam. Congratulations!