The future of epilepsy research, assessing hemianopia, and the beginnings of measuring sensory nerve action potentials
5 Dec, 12 | by BMJ Group
This month, Mark Richardson, professor of epilepsy, Kings College London, relates his vision for the future of epilepsy research (1.07).
Alexander Leff, consultant neurologist, Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, University College London, discusses his online tool for diagnosing and providing treatment for hemianopia, the visual impairment which can follow stroke or brain injury (14.07).
And measuring sensory nerve conduction. Tom Sears, emeritus professor of neurophysiology, King’s College London, recalls the beginnings of the technique (22.39).
Large scale brain models of epilepsy: dynamics meets connectomics
A ‘web app’ for diagnosing hemianopia
Sensory nerve action potentials in patients with peripheral lesions