EEG Renaissance

We are facing a Renaissance of EEG.

 The Renaissance is associated with the development of new methods of analysis and breakthrough discoveries pertaining to the neuronal mechanisms of EEG. The majority of the new methods were initiated in laboratory settings only a few years ago. There is an urgent need however to introduce these new methods into clinical practice. Unfortunately, none of the existing normative data bases use newly developed technologies”

Prof. Jury Kropotov, Human Brain Institute


We are entering a new era of psychiatry and neurology

Long awaited, the fifth revised edition of The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-V) will become the main reference for psychiatrists and neurologists upon its release in 2012. The primary focus of the new revision is to classify brain disorders according to their biological markers – endopheno types. The new approach assumes that a psychiatric diagnosis is made not only from behavior, but also from the knowledge of which brain system is impaired. Parameters of quantitative electroencephalogram (QEEG) and components of event-related potentials (ERPs) are considered as the most effective biological markers.

Prof. Jury Kropotov

and Publications
related to the field of Clinical EEG

Applied neuroscience in clinical practice: what can event related potentials add for diagnostic and treatment procedures    by Prof Jury Kropotov
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You can listen to the lecture by Prof. Jury Kropotov
given at the Applied Neuroscience Society of Australasia Annual Conference in 2009
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Advancements in sports science

Advancements in sports science have made it a whole new ballgame for today's athletes. From brain-mapping to brain foods, NFL rookies such as Von Miller, Stephen Paea and Mark Herzlich rely on science to improve their minds and bodies. 

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LORETA Neuroimaging Techniques
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Aditi Shankardass: A second opinion on learning disorders

Dr. Aditi Shankardass is pioneering the use of EEG technology to give children with developmental disorders their most accurate diagnosis.

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