Description of Research
My research integrates neuroimaging, biomedical signal processing, and the systems neuroscience of general anesthesia and sedation.
Brain activity at the moment of anesthesia-induced unconsciousness
My group conducts human studies of anesthesia-induced unconsciousness, using a variety of techniques including multimodal neuroimaging, high-density EEG, and invasive neurophysiological recordings used to diagnose medically refractory epilepsy. We also develop novel methods in neuroimaging and biomedical signal processing to support these studies, as well as methods for monitoring level of consciousness under general anesthesia using EEG.
MGH Hotline 2.25.09 Two MGH investigators are among the first recipients of the new Transformative R01 (T-R01) Awards, established by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to support innovative research projects that have the potential to overturn scientific dogma.
Members of the Massachusetts General Hospital Critical Care Center and the Department of Anesthesia, Critical Care and Pain Medicine discuss continuous brain monitoring in critical care.
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