Dr. Gunduz gives invited talk at the 8th International Workshop on Advances in Electrocorticography

Over the past several years, the unique qualities of ECoG have become widely and increasingly recognized by scientists engaged in basic and translational research. Basic research suggests that ECoG can elucidate brain function in ways that cannot be readily achieved using other imaging modalities, and translational research is producing exciting new ECoG-based applications that are already becoming available in the clinic. The 8th Annual International Workshop on Advances in ECoG  highlighted current understanding and advances in scientific, engineering, and clinical domains that are relevant to ECoG recordings in humans or animals as a satellite meeting of the SfN Annual Meeting in Chicago, IL.

Dr. Gunduz presented the lab’s work on understanding Tourette syndrome by means of ECoG.