Genetic, Neural and Pharma Engineering
Recording and analysis of surface electroencaphalographic signals
Recording of EEG signals. Experiment design for cognitive tasks. Automatic artifact reduction in recordings. Spectral, time-frequency, and nonlinear analysis. Analysis of EEG/MEG activity in psychoactive drug studies, event-related potential studies, sleep studies, and neurological diseases (Epilepsy, Alzheimer, Parkinsons, Down, Schizophrenia, Multiple Sclerosis). EEG/MEG source localization. Connectivity assessment.
- 32 channel EEG amplifier (Mitsar, Russia)
- Software for designing protocols for stimulation and mental tasks to record event-related potentials (ePrime, Psychology Software Tools, USA)