EEG Methods development
Description: EEG has come a long way over the past century. Despite these remarkable achievements, at least two major issues represent pressing challenges. First, the complexity of the neurophysiology across macroscopic, mesoscopic and microscopic levels means that the understanding of the exact generation and functional significance of EEG remains in its infancy and a domain of active research and a certain degree of debate. Second, the status quo in the field is ill-defined. The analysis of the electroencephalogram lacks standardization of the processing steps. While other neuroimaging techniques have consolidated evidence-based workflows, there remains little consensus on a shared pipeline across clinical and research communities.
Investigators: Micah Murray (CHUV-UNIL), Andrea Biasiucci (CHUV), Benedetta Franceschiello (CHUV), Chrysa Retsa (CHUV)