Principal Investigator: Adrian KC Lee, ScD
What’s on your mind?
This is what we want to know while you are communicating and interacting with the world. We combine magneto- and electro-encephalography (M-EEG) along with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to map the spatio-temporal dynamics of the cortical network involved in
- Attention: object selection and scene analysis (e.g., listening to your friend in a crowded restaurant);
- Executive control: decision making and error monitoring (e.g., real-time control of a wheel-chair through a Brain-Computer Interface).
Searching for neural biomarkers
We seek to discover distinct brain signatures that can be used to classify different brain states (coined as “neural biomarkers”). Our goal is to combine this neuroscience knowledge with state-of-the-art engineering approaches to design next-generation Brain-Computer-Interface devices that enable users to dynamically tune their prosthetic devices using only their minds. Imagine!
If you're interested in participating in any of our projects as a subject, please see our informational flyer.
02/28/2014: Accepted: Larson E, AKC Lee (2014). “Potential use of MEG to understand abnormalities in auditory function in clinical populations,” Frontiers in Human Neuroscience.
02/11/2014: Now in press: Maddox, RK, DA Pospisil, GC Stecker, AKC Lee (2014). “Directing Eye Gaze Enhances Auditory Spatial Cue Discrimination,” Current Biology.
02/11/2014: Bharadwaj, HM, AKC Lee, BG Shinn-Cunningham (2014). “Measuring auditory selective attention using frequency tagging,” Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience, 8: Article6.
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02/11/2014: Adrian KC Lee will be giving an invited talk at the 1st International Symposium on Innovative Paediatric Hearing Science, Lake Como, Italy, June 4, 2014.
12/05/2013: Adrian KC Lee was an invited speaker at the Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics, Stanford University.
05/18/2013: Adrian KC Lee gave an invited talk at the National Center for Rehabilitative Auditory Research, VA Rehabilitation Research & Development, Portland.
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NEWS & EVENTS
03/13/2014: Rona Ding has been awarded a Mary Gates Research Scholarship, a competitive award given to students so that they can engage in research guided by faculty. Congratulations Rona!
02/20/2014: Karl Marrett has been selected to participate in the 2014 Center for Sensorimotor Neural Engineering/BrainLinks-BrainTools Summer Exchange Program, which will send him to Freiburg, Germany to work in the lab of Dr. Michael Tangermann. Congratulations Karl!
09/17/2013: Began a 5-year NIH-project, entitled "Cortical Dynamics of Auditory Attention." (R01DC013260)
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04/03/2014: We are excited to welcome Stephen Lee to our lab this summer through the 2014 CSNE Young Scholars Program.
03/31/2014: Kaitlyn Casimo, joins [LABS]N as a NEUBEH student on her spring quarter lab rotation. Welcome!
09/23/2013: Susan McLaughlin, PhD, joins [LABS]N as a Research Scientist. Welcome!
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