Signals contain a new set of regular patterns when we transform them from the time to the frequency domain. In particular, a new set of techniques has emerge based on this:MRS (magnetic resonance spectroscopy),NMRS (nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy),NIRS (near infrared spectroscopy),ZS (Impedance-spectroscopy). It is remarkable how MRS/NMR show information from nuclei of atoms (like H, 13- carbon, sodium) and their respective molecules (like choline, NAA,…See More
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"I like S Coombes 2009-lecture. He showed an elegant presentation of a convolution version in time and space to model waves and an unusual expression for short-range excitation and long-range inhibition...I recommended the lecture too.
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The Organization for Computational Neurosciences (OCNS) organizes the international Computational Neuroscience meeting (CNS) each year. CNS is a premier forum for experimental and theoretical results addressing computation in the brain.
EEG, MEG, fMRI, SPECT, vision, sensory-motor function, computational neuroscience, neuroinformatics
PhD Advisor and University:
Dr R Rental University of Texas
Last reviewed abstracts:
Society for Neuroscience, years: 2000+X, (for X=6, 7, 8, 9, 10) see web site sfn.org (Author/Speaker: Gomez-Molina);
Gomez and Restrepo 2009 NYU-Courant meeting, April, New York city; Math Dept.
NIMH-2008 (SfN Satellite-meeting).
Representative Peer-reviewed Papers:
Neuroscientist. 2003 Dec; 9(6):496-507.
Med Hypotheses 2003 Apr; 60(4):463-7
Arch Gen Psychiatry 2002 59(468-469)
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