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BME Seminars: George Nathalie

This friday 29th march, the BME seminars will host a lecture of Nathalie George entitled "Contribution of electromagnetic methods (MEG / EEG) to functional imaging of the human brain". Nathalie George is a Research Director at the CNRS and she works for the research center of the Institute for Brain and Spinal Cord. (See attached flyer)

"Brain imaging techniques have greatly developed over the past 20 years offering non invasive ways to investigate the functions of the human brain in both healthy and pathological conditions. Among these techniques, magneto and electro-encephalography (MEG / EEG) offers the unique possibility to get insight into the temporal dynamics of neuronal responses at a millisecond time scale. I will give an overview of the neurophysiological bases of MEG and EEG and I will then illustrate some recent findings obtained in human cognitive neuroscience with these techniques. These findings build on time-resolved electromagnetic source imaging methods and on the development of effective connectivity analysis tools applied to MEG-EEG signals, allowing the study of dynamic functional brain networks."

The conference will take place at the Centre Universitaire des Saints Pères, 45 rue des Saints Pères, 75006 Paris , Salle des Thèses, from 13h30 to 15h00.

Published on: 26 March 2013 10:12
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