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keywords Epilepsy Research
overview Research Interests- Understanding mechanisms underlying Epilepsy Epilepsy is a serious neurological disorder characterized by seizures. About 1% of the world population is affected by this disease and a fraction of 1/3 of patients does not respond to medication. In order to help us understand the pathological behavior we observe during the brain’s epileptiform activity, our group applies a variety of engineering techniques including advanced statistical and digital signal processing, non-linear dynamics, and modeling (link to basic texts) (link to second edition text). The ultimate goal of the research in our lab is to address this enormous problem by improved understanding of the mechanisms that govern different types of epilepsy. See the lab website for further details, teaching, and videos on lectures Our research approach is interdisciplinary, including: Mathematical modeling Computational modeling Animal models Study of tissue from patients with epilepsy Analysis of clinical recordings

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Concept Epilepsy
Concept Epilepsy, Tonic-Clonic
Concept Epilepsies, Partial
Concept Epilepsy, Absence
Concept Epilepsy, Complex Partial
Academic Article Seizure anticipation in pediatric epilepsy: use of Kolmogorov entropy.
Academic Article Estimation of in vivo human brain-to-skull conductivity ratio from simultaneous extra- and intra-cranial electrical potential recordings.
Academic Article EEG source imaging: correlating source locations and extents with electrocorticography and surgical resections in epilepsy patients.
Academic Article The source of afterdischarge activity in neocortical tonic-clonic epilepsy.
Academic Article Comparing epileptiform behavior of mesoscale detailed models and population models of neocortex.
Academic Article Noninvasive cortical imaging of epileptiform activities from interictal spikes in pediatric patients.
Academic Article Cortical potential imaging of somatosensory evoked potentials by means of the boundary element method in pediatric epilepsy patients.
Academic Article Cortical activation mapping of epileptiform activity derived from interictal ECoG spikes.
Academic Article Network variability across human tissue samples in vitro: the problem and a solution.
Academic Article Identification of epileptogenic foci from causal analysis of ECoG interictal spike activity.
Academic Article Tools for epilepsy research.
Academic Article Introducing songbirds as a model system for epilepsy research.
Academic Article Neuronal bursting properties in focal and parafocal regions in pediatric neocortical epilepsy stratified by histology.
Academic Article A cortical potential imaging study from simultaneous extra- and intracranial electrical recordings by means of the finite element method.
Academic Article Neocortical seizure foci localization by means of a directed transfer function method.
Academic Article N-methyl-D-aspartate-induced oscillatory properties in neocortical pyramidal neurons from patients with epilepsy.
Academic Article High-resolution EEG: cortical potential imaging of interictal spikes.
Academic Article Emergent epileptiform activity in neural networks with weak excitatory synapses.
Academic Article Three-dimensional brain current source reconstruction from intra-cranial ECoG recordings.
Academic Article Implicit Wiener series analysis of epileptic seizure recordings.
Academic Article Cross validation for selection of cortical interaction models from scalp EEG or MEG.
Academic Article Electrical control of epilepsy.
Academic Article Large-scale modeling of epileptic seizures: scaling properties of two parallel neuronal network simulation algorithms.
Academic Article Multiscale Aspects of Generation of High-Gamma Activity during Seizures in Human Neocortex.
Academic Article The Relationship Between Ictal Multi-Unit Activity and the Electrocorticogram.
Academic Article Cross-scale effects of neural interactions during human neocortical seizure activity.

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