Non-invasive Neuronal Control – 11/28/2016

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Rob Cressman
Krasnow Institute
George Mason University


Non-invasive specific control of brain activity requires the observation of generic brain dynamics, the identification of brain states, the selection of appropriate stimuli, and the actuation of stimuli.  In collaboration with a number of researchers at Mason we have made significant headway on all of these fronts and are working towards closed-loop neuronal control systems for the treatment of neuropathologies such as epileptic seizures.