Biomedical Engineering Seminar: Validating MEG/EEG finite element head models using a controlled rabbit experiment

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Biomedical Engineering Seminar: Validating MEG/EEG finite element head models using a controlled rabbit experiment

Brown Theatre
Building 193, Electrical and Electronic Engineering Building

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In focal epilepsy, it is essential to accurately determine the location of the seizure focus for each patient. Electroencephalography (EEG) and magnetoencephalography (MEG) based source localisation is a promising non-invasive method to determine the location of the seizure focus. Validation of realistic MEG/EEG finite element head models for source localisation will be presented using a self-developed controlled in vivo rabbit experiment. The original findings are that skull defects influence the MEG and finite element head models can be used to account for skull defects in MEG and EEG.

PresentersMr Stephan Lau

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