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Jaime Ibáñez: Using muscles to estimate ongoing cortical activity

Honorary Researcher, IoN, University College London, UK and IIS Aragón, Spain [Bernstein Seminar]
When Jul 19, 2022
from 05:15 PM to 06:00 PM
Where Bernstein Center, Hansastr. 9a, Lecture hall - or join by Zoom.
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 When we move, motor neurones controlling muscles transmit information that cover a broad spectral range. Recent studies characterising large populations of motor neurones within a muscle have shown that muscles receive multiple inputs that do not directly contribute to force production.

The seminar will discuss how these inputs may relate to ongoing activity in the brain and how they can be used in biofeedback applications.

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Hosted by Christian Leibold


Supported by

Carl Zeiss FoundationNeurexNeurex | InterNeuronEU Development FundEU Interreg


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