#SfN14 highlights: Oscillations: EEG

This is one of the first years I haven’t attended the Society For Neuroscience annual conference. I am catching up via social media instead.

neuroscience and medicine

303.Poster session. Oscillations: EEG.
Monday, Nov 17, 2014, 8 AM-12 PM.

I really enjoy poster sessions and the unique opportunities for interacting with the authors that they offer. This morning, I spent some time at the session on brain oscillations as studied by EEG. Here are highlights from a couple of posters (three, actually) that I had the opportunity to discuss with their authors. My apologies to the presenters whose posters I did not cover. Note that any inaccuracy or outright misunderstanding in what follows is my responsibility alone!


303.03/C39. Phase dependency of long-range neuronal transmission in entrained neuronal networks: A combined tACS-TMS-EEG study. K. D. FEHÉR, Y. MORISHIMA.

303.05/C41. A method for removing tACS artifacts from EEG data. Y. MORISHIMA, K. D. FEHÉR.

The authors of these posters, from the University of Bern, Switzerland, have combined seemingly for the first time transcranial alternating current stimulation (tACS), a noninvasive approach to modulate brain rhythms, together…

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