The EEG Brain Mapping Core

 

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.

Recent publications

Lefebvre, J., A. Hutt, J. F. Knebel, K. Whittingstall and M. Murray (2015). “Stimulus statistics shape oscillations in nonlinear recurrent neural networks.” J Neurosci 35(7) : 2895-2903.
Custo, A., S. Vulliemoz, F. Grouiller, D. Van De Ville and C. Michel (2014). “EEG source imaging of brain states using spatiotemporal regression.” Neuroimage 96: 106-116.
Michel, C. M. and M. M. Murray (2012). “Towards the utilization of EEG as a brain imaging tool.” Neuroimage 61(2): 371-385.