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How to Map the Dynamics of your Brain - From EEG to BCI

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Air date: Monday, September 15, 2014, 10:00:00 AM
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Category: National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health
Runtime: 01:02:57
Description: NCCAM Integrative Medicine Research Lecture

The National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM) presents the Integrative Medicine Research Lecture series. The series provides overviews of the current state of research and practice involving complementary health therapies, and explores perspectives on the emerging discipline of integrative medicine. Dr. Bin He is a Distinguished McKnight University Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Medtronic-Bakken Endowed Chair for Engineering in Medicine, Director of the Institute for Engineering in Medicine and the Center for Neuroengineering at the University of Minnesota. His research interests cover a broad spectrum in biomedical engineering, mainly in neuroengineering and biomedical imaging.Dr. He has made significant original contributions to electrophysiological source imaging, multimodal neuroimaging, and brain-computer interface. He has published over 200 peer reviewed journal articles and is the sole editor of the text book entitled Neural Engineering (2nd Ed, 2013).

In this lecture, Dr. Bin He will discuss how brain activity is distributed over a 3-dimensional volume and evolves through time. Mapping spatio-temporal distribution of brain activation with high spatial and temporal resolution is of great importance for understanding the brain, and aiding clinical diagnosis and management of brain disorders. Electrophysiological source imaging from noninvasively recorded electroencephalogram (EEG) has played a significant role in advancing our ability to image brain function and dysfunction. Dr. He will discuss the merits and challenges of EEG source imaging and multimodal functional neuroimaging by integrating electrophysiological and hemodynamic measurements. Dr. He's work indicates EEG and functional MRI can be integrated in a principled way, leading to substantially enhanced spatio-temporal resolution for functional imaging of dynamic brain activation. Dr. He will discuss his recent work in quantifying and imaging pain using EEG and functional MRI. Dr. He will also discuss his work to map “thoughts” from electrophysiological and hemodynamic measurements. Dr. He's brain-computer interface (BCI) work demonstrates that humans can control a quadcopter by “mind” from noninvasive EEG signals, and that mind-body awareness training, including yoga and meditation, can help improve the performance of BCI.

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NLM Title: How to map the dynamics of your brain : from EEG to BCI / Bin He.
Series: NCCAM integrative medicine research lecture
Author: He, Bin.
National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (U.S.),
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Other Title(s): NCCAM integrative medicine research lecture
Abstract: (CIT): NCCAM Integrative Medicine Research Lecture The National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM) presents the Integrative Medicine Research Lecture series. The series provides overviews of the current state of research and practice involving complementary health therapies, and explores perspectives on the emerging discipline of integrative medicine. Dr. Bin He is a Distinguished McKnight University Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Medtronic-Bakken Endowed Chair for Engineering in Medicine, Director of the Institute for Engineering in Medicine and the Center for Neuroengineering at the University of Minnesota. His research interests cover a broad spectrum in biomedical engineering, mainly in neuroengineering and biomedical imaging.Dr. He has made significant original contributions to electrophysiological source imaging, multimodal neuroimaging, and brain-computer interface. He has published over 200 peer reviewed journal articles and is the sole editor of the text book entitled Neural Engineering (2nd Ed, 2013). In this lecture, Dr. Bin He will discuss how brain activity is distributed over a 3-dimensional volume and evolves through time. Mapping spatio-temporal distribution of brain activation with high spatial and temporal resolution is of great importance for understanding the brain, and aiding clinical diagnosis and management of brain disorders. Electrophysiological source imaging from noninvasively recorded electroencephalogram (EEG) has played a significant role in advancing our ability to image brain function and dysfunction. Dr. He will discuss the merits and challenges of EEG source imaging and multimodal functional neuroimaging by integrating electrophysiological and hemodynamic measurements. Dr. He's work indicates EEG and functional MRI can be integrated in a principled way, leading to substantially enhanced spatio-temporal resolution for functional imaging of dynamic brain activation. Dr. He will discuss his recent work in quantifying and imaging pain using EEG and functional MRI. Dr. He will also discuss his work to map "thoughts" from electrophysiological and hemodynamic measurements. Dr. He's brain-computer interface (BCI) work demonstrates that humans can control a quadcopter by "mind" from noninvasive EEG signals, and that mind-body awareness training, including yoga and meditation, can help improve the performance of BCI.
Subjects: Brain--physiology
Brain-Computer Interfaces
Electroencephalography
Publication Types: Lectures
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