Increasing understanding of brain function and increasingly sophisticated methods for recording and interpreting signals from the surface of the brain (electrocorticography (ECoG)) are opening up exciting new opportunities for using these signals for clinical or research purposes. These developments have sparked tremendous interest in human and animal ECoG recordings to investigate the basis of normal brain function related to motor control, language, or memory, as well as of abnormal function such as epileptic seizures.
The ECoG workshop series reviews recent research findings in this area and demonstrates examples for the emerging translation of these new findings into clinical care.
Gerwin Schalk, Ph.D.
Anthony Ritaccio, M.D. F.A.A.N.
The ECoG Workshop Series