"Until some one starts thinking independently, his mission in life will be omitted.Prof.Thomas Adeoye Lambo (Former Deputy Director of World Health Organization, Geneva & Founder,Neuroendocrinological Centers of Lambo Foundation, Nervous Disease,…"
Neurobehavior, Neurophysiology, Epilepsy, Electrophysiology and Gastroenterology
Bayero University, Kano, Nigeria
PhD Advisor and University:
Professor M.A.M.E. Okasha, Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt
Postdoc Advisor and University:
Professor Richard Brown, Dalhousie University, Canada
Maiha, B.B., Magaji, M.G, Yaro, A.H., Hamza, A.H and Magaji, R.A. (2009): ANTICOVULSANT STUDIES ON COCHLOSPERMUM TINCTORIUM (COCHLOSPERMACEAE) AND PAULLINIA PINNATA (SAPINDACEAE) EXTRACTS IN LABORATORY ANIMALS. Nigerian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Vol. 7 (2): pp xxxx.
Magaji, R.A., Okasha, M.A.M.E., Sale, M.I.A. and Magaji, G. M. (2009): ADVANCES IN THE PATHOPHYSIOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT OF GASTRO-EASOPHAGEAL REFLUX DISEASE (GERD). Biological and Environmental Journal for the Tropics, Volume xxx pp. xxxxx
Tanko, Y., Shemang, D., Saleh, M.I.A., Magaji, R.A., Musa, K.Y. and Mohammed, A. (2008): Lung Function Test and Some Cardiovascular Parameters Among Bean Cake Fryers (A Case Study of Tudun Wada Area of Kaduna State, Nigeria). European Journal of scientific Research, Vol. 24 (2): pp. 179-186.
Okasha, M.A.M., Abdul-Mottaleb, A., Tanko, Y., Magaji, R.A. Isa, A.I. and Bala, E.S. (2008): Study of the Brassica oleracae (cabbage) leaves extract on ethanol-induced mucosal injury in rats. American Journal of Scientific Research, Vol. xx (x): pp. xxx-xxx.
Magaji, R.A., Tanko, Y. and Magaji, G. M. (2008): THE ROLE OF AN AGGRESSIVE FACTOR IN PEPTIC ULCER DISEASE (PUD). African Journal of Infectious Diseases, Vol. 2 (2): pp 80-84.
Okasha, M.A.M., Magaji, R. A., Abubakar, M.S. and Fatihu, M. Y. (2008): EFFECTS OF ETHYL ACETATE PORTION OF Syzygium aromaticum FLOWER BUD EXTRACT ON INDOMETHACIN-INDUCED GASTRIC ULCERATION AND GASTRIC SECRETION. European Journal of scientific Research, Vol. 20 (4): pp. 905-913.
A. Mohammed, Y. Tanko, M.A.Okasha, R.A. Magaji, and A.H. Yaro (2008): EFFECTS OF AQUEOUS LEAVES EXTRACT OF Ocimum gratissimum ON BLOOD GLUCOSE LEVELS OF STREPTOZOCIN-INDUCE DIABETIC WISTAR RATS. African Journal of Biotechnology, Vol. 6 (18): pp.2087-2090
Tanko, Y., Mohammed, A., Okasha, M.A., Umar, A.H. and Magaji, R.A. (2008): ANTI-NOCICEPTIVE AND ANTI-INFLAMMATORY ACTIVITIES OF ETHANOLIC EXTRACT OF Syzygium aromaticum FLOWER BUD IN WISTAR RATS AND MICE. African Journal of Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicines, 5 (2): 209-212.
Tanko, Y., Magaji, G. M., Yerima, M., Magaji, R.A. and Mohammed, A. (2008): ANTI-NOCICEPTIVE AND ANTI-INFLAMMATORY ACTIVITIES OF AQUEOUS LEAVES EXTRACT OF Ocimum gratissimum (LABIATE) IN RODENTS. African Journal of Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicines, 5 (2): 141-146.
Magaji, R. A., Okasha, M.A.M., Abubakar, M.S. and Fatihu, M. Y. (2007): ANTI-ULCEROGENIC AND ANTI-SECRETORY ACTIVITY OF THE N-BUTANOL PORTION OF Syzygium aromaticum IN RAT. Nigerian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Vol. 6 (2): pp 119-126.
Tanko, Y., Mohammed A., Saleh, M.I.A., Sadiq D., Alhassan, A.W. and Magaji, R.A. (2007): THE EFFECT OF Azadiracta indica SEED EXTRACT ON BASAL GASTRIC SECRETION INDUCED BY INDMETHACIN IN RATS. Biological and Environmental Journal for the Tropics. Volume 2 (2): 171-175.
Magaji, R.A. and Yaro, A.H. (2006): ACUTE TOXICITY EVALUATION OF THE COLD AQUEOUS EXTRACT OF Syzygium aromaticum IN MICE. Biological and Environmental Journal for the Tropics. Volume 3 (1) pp. 4-6.
Magaji, R.A. and Yaro, A.H. (2006): PRELIMINARY PHYTOCHEMICAL SCREENING OF THE AQUEOUS EXTRACT OF Syzygium aromaticum. Biological and Environmental Journal for the Tropics. Volume 3 (1) pp. 1-3.
AbdelAZIZ, M.M., Magaji, R.A. and Ibrahim, S.A. (2006): AUDIOMETRIC TEST ON AIRPORT WORKERS IN KANO, NIGERIA. Nigerian Journal of Neurosciences. Volume 2 (1) pp 21-26.
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I am originaly from Iran, however I have been in states for more than towenty years. My background was in sensory neuroscience, and during the last three years I have been studing neurobiology of depression and anxiety working with human subjects.
I am a student of Bachelors of Electrical Engineering. we are three group members, currently working on brain computer interface. Our project is "Wheel Chair control using Brain computer interface".
Basic concept is to detect the Brain signals for the motor actions and then to utilize these signals to drive a wheel chair.
Following are the Basic motor actions, that we are considering
1.Both left and right hand movements
2.Both left and right leg movements
i need your help in feature extraction method and classification method.
we are getting eeg signals from brain using modular eeg unit through serial port on pc via non invasive electrodes.kindly guide me about the best method for feature extraction and classification i.e having good accuracy. so that i can classify the motor actions