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Seizure Imaging in Rat Neocortex

Recent work by Center Director Sonya Bahar, done with Theodore Schwartz's group in the Department of Neurological Surgery at Weill-Cornell Medical College of Cornell University, involves intrinsic optical signal imaging of epileptic activity in the rat and human cortex. Current seizure imaging experiments at the Center for Neurodynamics are being performed by graduate student Daisuke Takeshita. Daisuke is using voltage-sensitive dye imaging in order to investigate changes in synchronization during the onset, development, and termination of seizures.

Imaging the Epileptic "Initial Dip"- a metabolic mismatch between oxygen consumption and oxygen supply

Related papers:

Review of Intrinsic Optical Signal Imaging of Seizures

Imaging of Interictal Spikes in Rat Neocortex

Intraoperative Imaging of the "Initial Dip" in the Human Brain