Dr. Hiroaki Hashimoto received the Best Young Presentation Award at the LIFE2017
Dr. Hiroaki Hashimoto received the Best Young Presentation Award at the LIFE2017.
“Non-invasive quantification of swallowing using Kinect v2″
The first CNE Seminar
We are going to hold the first CNE seminar.
BrainGate: Listening to Neurons, Restoring Communication and Mobility
■ Lecturer: Leigh Hochberg, MD,PhD
Senior Lecturer on Neurology, Harvard Medical School
Professor of Engineering, Brown University
■ Organizer: Masayuki Hirata, Endowed Research Department Professor
Endowed Research Department of Clinical Neuroengineering Global Center for Medical Engineering and Informatics, Osaka University
June 27, 2017 from 17:00 to 18:00
CiNet 1st Floor large meeting room
Free of charge
The prize for the Young Investigator Award presented to Dr. Hiroaki Hashimoto
In recognition of excellent academic achievement and outstanding presentations at Biomagnetic Sendai 2017.
Non-invasive detection of language-related prefrontal high gamma band activity with beamforming MEG
Hiroaki Hashimoto, Yuka Hasegawa, Toshihiko Araki, Takufumi Yanagisawa, Shiro Yorihuji, Masayuki Hirata
Osaka University, Japan
Our study was featured by NEUROSCIENCE NEW and others
Genes and the Environment Equally Affect Language Related Brain Activity
Our study was adopted on a cover page of NeuroImage
Article title: Language-related cerebral oscillatory changes are influenced equally by genetic and environmental factors
Article reference: YNIMG13224
Journal title: NeuroImage
Corresponding author: Dr. Masayuki Hirata
First author: Dr. Toshihiko Araki
Final version published online: 31-Oct-2016
Full bibliographic details: NeuroImage 142C (2016) pp. 241-247
Our website has been renewed!
Endowed Research Department of Clinical Neuroengineering was established.
Endowed Research Department of Clinical Neuroengineering, Global Center for Medical Engineering and Informatics, Osaka University was established.