Professor Ole Jensen, Co-Director of the Centre for Human Brain Health, describes his research into the influence of brain oscillations, as can be measured using the latest magnetoencephalography (MEG) system. This research, combined with data from EEG-fMRI, EEG-TMS, intracranial recordings and computational modelling, is used to understand the basis of attention problems in ADHD patients and the elderly, and to guide diagnosis and intervention.
Dr Andrew Bagshaw, Co-Director of the Centre for Human Brain Health, is interested in developing and applying non-invasive neuroimaging methods to questions in clinical and behavioural neuroscience. Current work focuses on using EEG-fMRI to understand the influence of ongoing brain activity on evoked and behavioural responses, and examines the localisation and functional significance of electrophysiological discharges in epilepsy and sleep. His group are working on methods to combine structural and functional brain networks in order to shed light on how sleep and epilepsy affect the brain.