Brain Machine Interfaces : Implications for Science, Clinical Practice and Society / edited by Jens Schouenborg, Martin Garwicz, Nils Danielsen.

Contributor(s): Schouenborg, Jens [editor.] | Garwicz, Martin [editor.] | Danielsen, Nils [editor.]
Material type: TextTextSeries: Progress in brain research: v. 194.Publisher: Boston : Elsevier Science, 2011Edition: First editionDescription: 1 online resource (xiii, 282 pages) : illustrations (some color)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780444538161; 044453816X; 9780444538154; 0444538151; 1280581107; 9781280581106; 9786613610881; 6613610887Subject(s): Brain-computer interfaces | Biomedical engineering | MEDICAL -- Instruments & Supplies | Biomedical engineering | Brain-computer interfaces | hersenen | brain | stimulatie | stimulation | neurofysiologie | neurophysiology | neurologie | neurology | machines | elektronica | electronics | hersenziekten | brain diseases | neurowetenschap | neuroscience | klinische aspecten | clinical aspects | Neurophysiology | Medicine (General) | Neurofysiologie | Geneeskunde (algemeen)Genre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Brain Machine Interfaces : Implications for science, clinical practice and society.DDC classification: 610.284 LOC classification: QP360.7 | .B73 2011ebOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Making the lifetime connection between brain and machine for restoring and enhancing function -- Out of the frying pan into the fire: the P300-based BCI faces real-world challenges -- Toward a whole-body neuroprosthetic -- Biocompatible multichannel electrodes for long-term neurophysiological studies and clinical therapy: novel concepts and design -- Deep brain stimulation: BCI at large, where are we going to? -- Deep brain stimulation: emerging indications -- Development of neuromodulation treatments in a large animal model: Do neurosurgeons dream of electric pigs? -- Few examples of the contribution of animal research in rodents for clinical application of deep brain stimulation -- Cochlear implants: matching the prosthesis to the brain and facilitating desired plastic changes in brain function -- Multimodal, longitudinal assessment of intracortical microstimulation -- Functional consequences of chronic, physiologically effective intracortical microstimulation -- Reducting surface area while maintaining implant penetrating profile lowers the brain foreign body response to chronically implanted planar silicon microelectrode arrays -- Can histology solve the riddle of the nonfunctioning electrode? Factors influencing the biocompatibility of brain machine interfaces -- Changes in CNS structures after spinal cord lesions: implications for BMI -- Modeling the potentiality of spinal-like circuitry for stabilization of a planar arm system -- Advances in the use of electrical stimulation for the recovery of motor function -- Intraspinal microstimulation for the recovery of function following spinal cord injury -- Interfacing neurons with carbon nanotubes: (re)engineering neuronal signaling -- Nanomodified surfaces and neurite outgrowth -- Direct local polymerization of poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene) in rat cortex.
Summary: Few examples of the contribution of animal research for clinical application of Deep Brain Stimulation, Christelle Baunez 13. Deep Brain Stimulation- challenges and opportunities, Andres M. Lozano 14. Cochlear and retinal prostheses: an overview of safety and efficacy, neural rescue and brain plasticity studies, Rob Shepherd 15. Cochlear implants: Matching the prosthesis to the brain and facilitating desired plastic changes in brain function, Blake Wilson 16. Neural microstimulation parameters and interfacial quality effects, Kevin Otto 17. The Feasibility of a Cortically Based Visual Prosthesis: Stimulation and Recording in Monkey Visual Cortex with Chronically Implanted Microelectrode Arrays, Dick Normann 18. Physical and chemical factors influencing the biocompatibility of an implant, Lars Magnus Bjursten 19. A Biologically-based Design Strategy for Reducing the Foreign Body Response to Chronically Implanted Neural Interfaces, Patrick Tresco 20. Biocompatibility and CNS: need for standardization? Cecilia Eriksson Linsmeier 21. Reviving the CPG after spinal cord injury, Serge Rossignol 22. What does the brain control? Gerald E. Loeb 23. Advanced use of electrical stimulation for recovery of function, Dejan B. Popovic 24. Restoring Standing and Walking by the Reactivation of Central Neural Networks, Vivian Mushahwar 25. Reanimating the arm and hand with intraspinal stimulation, Andrew Jackson 26. Ethics of Control and Consent in Brain Stimulation for Parkinson Disease, Paul J. Ford 27. Neuroprosthetics and Neuromarkers, Apostolos P. Georgopoulos 28. Neural Signal Processing: At the Interface Between Basic and Clinical Neuroscience, Partha P. Mitra 29. Inference of hand movements from population activity in monkey and human sensorimotor cortex: Towards Brain-Machine Interfaces, Ad Aertsen 30. Semiconductor Chips with Ion Channels, Nerve Cells and Brain Tissue, Peter Fromherz 31. Interfacing Neurons with Carbon Nanotubes: (re)engineering single-neuron excitability and network connectivity in Cultured Brain Circuits 32. Nanomodified surfaces and neurite outgrowth, Martin Kanje 33. Nanochannels for cell biology and DNA analysis, Jonas Tegenfeldt 34. Establishing Reliable Communication Across the Glial Scar: In-Situ Polymerization of Conjugated Polymers in Living Cortex, David C. Martin.
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Few examples of the contribution of animal research for clinical application of Deep Brain Stimulation, Christelle Baunez 13. Deep Brain Stimulation- challenges and opportunities, Andres M. Lozano 14. Cochlear and retinal prostheses: an overview of safety and efficacy, neural rescue and brain plasticity studies, Rob Shepherd 15. Cochlear implants: Matching the prosthesis to the brain and facilitating desired plastic changes in brain function, Blake Wilson 16. Neural microstimulation parameters and interfacial quality effects, Kevin Otto 17. The Feasibility of a Cortically Based Visual Prosthesis: Stimulation and Recording in Monkey Visual Cortex with Chronically Implanted Microelectrode Arrays, Dick Normann 18. Physical and chemical factors influencing the biocompatibility of an implant, Lars Magnus Bjursten 19. A Biologically-based Design Strategy for Reducing the Foreign Body Response to Chronically Implanted Neural Interfaces, Patrick Tresco 20. Biocompatibility and CNS: need for standardization? Cecilia Eriksson Linsmeier 21. Reviving the CPG after spinal cord injury, Serge Rossignol 22. What does the brain control? Gerald E. Loeb 23. Advanced use of electrical stimulation for recovery of function, Dejan B. Popovic 24. Restoring Standing and Walking by the Reactivation of Central Neural Networks, Vivian Mushahwar 25. Reanimating the arm and hand with intraspinal stimulation, Andrew Jackson 26. Ethics of Control and Consent in Brain Stimulation for Parkinson Disease, Paul J. Ford 27. Neuroprosthetics and Neuromarkers, Apostolos P. Georgopoulos 28. Neural Signal Processing: At the Interface Between Basic and Clinical Neuroscience, Partha P. Mitra 29. Inference of hand movements from population activity in monkey and human sensorimotor cortex: Towards Brain-Machine Interfaces, Ad Aertsen 30. Semiconductor Chips with Ion Channels, Nerve Cells and Brain Tissue, Peter Fromherz 31. Interfacing Neurons with Carbon Nanotubes: (re)engineering single-neuron excitability and network connectivity in Cultured Brain Circuits 32. Nanomodified surfaces and neurite outgrowth, Martin Kanje 33. Nanochannels for cell biology and DNA analysis, Jonas Tegenfeldt 34. Establishing Reliable Communication Across the Glial Scar: In-Situ Polymerization of Conjugated Polymers in Living Cortex, David C. Martin.

Making the lifetime connection between brain and machine for restoring and enhancing function -- Out of the frying pan into the fire: the P300-based BCI faces real-world challenges -- Toward a whole-body neuroprosthetic -- Biocompatible multichannel electrodes for long-term neurophysiological studies and clinical therapy: novel concepts and design -- Deep brain stimulation: BCI at large, where are we going to? -- Deep brain stimulation: emerging indications -- Development of neuromodulation treatments in a large animal model: Do neurosurgeons dream of electric pigs? -- Few examples of the contribution of animal research in rodents for clinical application of deep brain stimulation -- Cochlear implants: matching the prosthesis to the brain and facilitating desired plastic changes in brain function -- Multimodal, longitudinal assessment of intracortical microstimulation -- Functional consequences of chronic, physiologically effective intracortical microstimulation -- Reducting surface area while maintaining implant penetrating profile lowers the brain foreign body response to chronically implanted planar silicon microelectrode arrays -- Can histology solve the riddle of the nonfunctioning electrode? Factors influencing the biocompatibility of brain machine interfaces -- Changes in CNS structures after spinal cord lesions: implications for BMI -- Modeling the potentiality of spinal-like circuitry for stabilization of a planar arm system -- Advances in the use of electrical stimulation for the recovery of motor function -- Intraspinal microstimulation for the recovery of function following spinal cord injury -- Interfacing neurons with carbon nanotubes: (re)engineering neuronal signaling -- Nanomodified surfaces and neurite outgrowth -- Direct local polymerization of poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene) in rat cortex.

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