Projects

We have five primary research lines:

 

1) Connectivity in health and disease – Computational approaches to study connectivity in the normal and diseased brain

 

2) Connectivity and oscillatory activity – Clarifying the link between electrophysiological and hemodynamic measures of functional connectivity

 

3) Brain network imaging – Detection of brain networks using neurophysiological measurements

 

4) Neural signal processing – Advanced signal processing for the attenuation of artifacts mixed with neural signals

 

5) Neural basis of motor coordination – Studying mechanisms of long-range neuronal communication mediating motor coordination