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Readin Tech

I’ve read a lot about tech lately because it’s so slow at work. Technology stories, very often, are good news stories. Look what we can do now! 288 more words

Kokoon – The world’s first EEG headphone

This exciting project currently running on Kickstarter has raised over 1 million U.S. dollars already with 11 days still remaining to the point where well over 5000+ people are backing the prototype featured in the successful campaign. 504 more words


MATLAB code for computing frequency variance: a proxy for spontatnous phase resetting in resting EEG

Frequency variance (fv) is a measure I have developed to capture spontaneous phase resets in resting EEG signals. A phase reset is an event in which an oscillator skips a portion of a cycle. 671 more words

My Story - From One Diagnosis to Another (Part 4)

When I last wrote about my diagnosis story we were in August 2012 where I was sick yet again and headed back to hospital for 3rd time. 703 more words

My Diagnosis Story

Patrick Edmund Matoole, MD

Physician, Neurologist
JWM Neurology, P.C.
Indianapolis, IN, USA
Industry: Health Care
Field: Neurology

A member of the American Academy of Neurology, Dr. Patrick Edmund Matoole is among the more than 24,000 physicians who share in the prestigious organization’s mission to “promote the highest quality patient-centered neurologic care.” His interest in the field was piqued while he was in medical school, when most students are sorting out where they belong in medicine. 539 more words

Health Care

Autism: The value of an integrated approach to diagnosis

Original post from Medical News Today


Researchers at Inserm (Inserm Unit 930 “Imaging and Brain”) attached to François-Rabelais University and Tours Regional University Hospital have combined three clinical, neurophysiological and genetic approaches in order to better understand the brain mechanisms that cause… 524 more words


Participating in brain-imaging studies: What is it like?

Having worked and studied within Psychology for several years now, I have read many, many research articles that utilise neuro-imaging techniques including fMRI, PET, MEG and EEG. 886 more words