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Research Activites in Neuroinformatics

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Overview: Neuroinformatics develops algorithms and infrastructure for the analysis and management of EEG and neuroimaging data. Emory’s strengths in deep-brain stimulation studies, depression, epilepsy, and neuro-degenerative diseases provide unique access to clinical studies and data where neural interfaces, neuromodulation strategies, and biomarker discoveries can be evaluated in patient populations and pre-clinical models.

Active Projects

Faculty: Gari Clifford; Babak Mahmoudi; Shamim Nemati

Select Publications

  • SNG Bolagh, G Clifford. Subject Selection on a Riemannian Manifold for Unsupervised Cross-subject Seizure Detection. Neural Information Processing Systems (NIPS), Los Angeles, Dec 2017.
  • Reinertsen E, Nemati S, Vest AN, Vaccarino V, Lampert R, Shah AJ, Clifford GD. Heart rate-based window segmentation improves accuracy of classifying post-traumatic stress disorder using heart rate variability measures. Physiol Meas. 2017 Jun;38(6):1061-1076
  • Reinertsen E, Osipov M, Liu C, Kane JM, Petrides G, Clifford GD. Continuous assessment of schizophrenia using heart rate and accelerometer data. Physiol Meas. 2017 Jun 27;38(7):1456-1471

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