Electroencephalography (EEG) as a brain imaging technique in fundamental, clinical and applied research
The EEG Brain Mapping Core focuses on the use and continued development of EEG as a brain imaging technique in fundamen- tal, clinical, and applied research and its integration in combined multimodal imaging approaches. The Core maintains facilities in both Geneva and Lausanne that include: state-of-the-art high- density EEG and TMS systems, as well as stimulus delivery, psy- chophysics, and eye-tracking/pupillometry hardware. The Core also develops signal processing tools, including the so ware Car- tool and additional toolboxes. It also supports an infrastructure for EEG recordings in rodents. Our primary scienti c interest is the spatio-temporal mechanisms underlying brain function and dysfunction and the immediate translation of these ndings to clinical applications.