Cognitive Neurophysiology Research Group

Research conducted by members of the Cognitive Neurophysiology Research Group at New York University is aimed at bridging the fields of neuroscience and clinical neurology to advance our understanding of the human brain in health and disease. To accomplish this goal, our team consists of scientists and clinicians working in close collaboration. The laboratory also maintains collaborative relationships with other basic science departments within the university and beyond.

The Cognitive Neurophysiology Research Group is part of the Comprehensive Epilepsy Center in the Department of Neurology at New York University School of Medicine. The group is also closely affiliated with the Multiomodal Imaging Laboratory at the University of Califonia at San Diego.

We are using a variety of state-of-the-art brain imaging techniques, such as functional and structural MRI, magnetoencephalography, cortical stimulation mapping and intra-cranial EEG.
 

Our Research in the News:


"Neurologists identify potential biomarker of cognitive decline for earlier diagnosis of disease"
: A report on our work on non-invasive MRI imaging of the brain's gray-white matter boundary and how its integrity affects cognition

"News - Computer software that can detect epileptic lesions": An overview of our recently developed specialized computer program that allows us to detect subtle lesions in MRI scans.

"Neurologists develop software application to help identify subtle epileptogenic lesions": A report on our recent work on MRI brain imaging in epilepsy

"Brain study sheds light on language use": A documentary TV report on our work with intracranial human electrophysiology.