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The Dynamic Seizure Imaging method has been validated on a cohort of patients and has demonstrated significant overlap between the estimated seizure onset zone and the actual surgical resection. Moreover, the majority of patients were rendered seizure-free at the one year follow-up.
US Patent Pending 20130096408
Dr. Bin He, Distinguished McKnight University Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Science and Engineering
Dr. He's major research interests are in the field of neuroengineering and biomedical imaging. Together with his co-workers, he has made significant contributions to the development of electrophysiological functional imaging, multimodal imaging, and neuroengineering. Dr. He and colleagues have pioneered the introduction of concept and methods in anatomically-constrained electrophysiological neuroimaging with the aid of the boundary element method, the development of Laplacian electrocardiography, the introduction and development of magnetoacoustic tomography with magnetic induction, and the development of EEG seizure imaging. He and his co-workers have also made significant contributions to the development of 3-dimensional continuous brain-computer interface from noninvasive EEG, and the development of multimodal functional neuroimaging methodologies integrating functional MRI with electromagnetic source imaging. Dr. He's research programs are funded by NIH, NSF, and the state of Minnesota among other sponsors.
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