Compumedics is pleased to announce its next Clinical Workshop featuring Curry software. This hands-on workshop, which is intended for physicians and EEG/MEG technologists, is specifically focused on the evaluation of epilepsy EEG and MEG data.
Course duration is 2½ days, beginning Monday morning with an introduction to basic EEG/MEG review with Curry, followed by evoked response data analysis. Monday afternoon’s session will feature inter-ictal and ictal data review, spike/seizure marking, event segregation by field analysis, and averaging. On Tuesday, source analysis methods for the above data types will be reviewed, including the use of individual MRI and realistic head models. Wednesday morning will be dedicated to intracranial EEG review, including integration with MRI and CT to localize electrodes and co-registration with other functional imaging data, such as PET.
All hands-on sessions will be performed with Compumedics’ Curry software. Participants are to bring their own Windows laptops and a wheel mouse. Curry software and course data will be installed onsite.
Laptops should have as a minimum Windows XP SP3 as the OS. Windows 7 or 8 are preferred.
The training will be conducted by Compumedics’ top research scientists, with clinical lectures provided by Dr. Yotin Chinvarun.
Dr. Yotin Chinvarun, MD PhD
Dr. Yotin Chinvaruns biography can be found at http://www.thailandepilepsy.org/?page_id=394.
Curtis Ponton, PhD
Dr. Curtis Ponton joined Compumedics Neuroscan in 2000 and has served several roles in the organization including Chief Scientist, Vice
President, with current responsibilities in Business Development. With Compumedics Neuroscan he has led the product development team of the EEG/fMRI MicroMaglink for the past several years. Dr. Ponton has authored more than 50 peer-reviewed publications and book chapters.
Michael Wagner, PhD
Dr. Michael Wagner is a Senior Scientist at Compumedics Neuroscan, and one of the core members of Curry software engineering group. Dr. Wagner has been with Compumedics Neuroscan for more than a decade. In addition to his expertise in software engineering, Dr. Wagner remains active in research. His 50+ peer-reviewed publications include recent collaborative studies with Drs. Cook and Plummer from Melbourne University.