For Your Child's Health
Founded in August 2011, the main goal of the FBM-BCI Lab is to assist the comprehensive epilepsy surgery program and improve outcomes of epilepsy surgery. We are focusing on implementing brain imaging techniques to investigate cognitive, sensory, and motor function in epilepsy patients. From clinical side, we are closely working with the Comprehensive Pediatric Epilepsy Center at AdventHealth for Children, formerly Florida Hospital for Children, directed by Dr. Ki Lee, MD. From research side, we are greatly supported by the Center for Pediatric Research at AdventHealth for Children directed by Dr. Patricia Robinson, PhD, CPNP.
Is Who We Are
Here at the Functional Brain Mapping and Brain Computer Interface Lab, we're always pushing the boundaries of study in epilepsy surgery. Our clinical work includes multi-modal imaging fusion for epilepsy surgery, as well as functional brain mapping with ECoG, EEG and fMRI for pre-surgical evaluation. But that's just part of what we're called to do for your child.
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Meet Our Team
Special Thanks to Our Collaborators
Dr. Gerwin Schalk, PhD and Peter Brunner from Albany Medical School, NY
Collaborating on real-time functional mapping (RTFM) for epilepsy surgery candidates
Dr. Wei Wang, PhD from University of Pittsburgh, IL
Collaborating on brain-computer interface (BCI) project in patients undergoing hemispherectomy
Dr. Anca Ralescu, PhD from Computer Science Department, School of Computing Sciences and Informatics, College of Engineering, University of Cincinnati, OH
Collaborating on applying machine learning techniques for neurophysiological/imaging data analysis
Dr. Scott Holland, PhD from Pediatric Neuroimaging Research Consortium, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, OH
We're grateful to Dr. Holland and his team for sharing fMRI paradigms for evaluation of language function in children with us.