Neuroengineering and Neurophysiology

The study of neuro engineering has constantly benefited from the use of modelling and signal processing methods . More specifically, EMG, EEG, brain-computer and brain-machine interfaces, neural computing and modelling, neural prostheses, neuro-robotics, neuromodulation, and neuroscience are all areas where these cutting-edge approaches are used.

Clinical neurophysiology has made significant strides in the comprehension, identification, and even therapy of certain movement disorders. The most significant technological advancement has been transcranial magnetic stimulation. Improved understanding of bradykinesia in Parkinson's disease, loss of inhibition and enhanced plasticity in dystonia, aberrant startle in hyperekplexia, and different aspects of psychogenic movement disorders that might help with diagnosis are examples of pathophysiology advancements. Non-invasive brain stimulation for therapy has been the subject of studies, but the results are often modest.

  • Brain-Machine Interfaces: Latest Developments
  • Neural Prosthetics and Sensory Restoration
  • The Promise and Perils of Neurotechnology

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