News & Events
From EurekAlert! 7-Dec-2015:
"Litt is a pioneer in the emerging field of neuroengineering and is praised for his research focusing on hardware development, machine learning and high-speed computing for implantable devices. He is also well known for his laboratory work translating basic science into new diagnostic and therapeutic technologies."
CNT members Danielle Bassett, PhD, Brian Litt, MD and Ankit Khambati, PhD were featured in the Penn News for their Research Using Network Science to Help Pinpoint Source of Seizures:
Penn Neuroscience graduate students are hosting a public lecture entitled “Neuroengineering: Where Biology Meets Technology” and will feature 3 fifteen-minute TED style talks from Penn neuroscience faculty members:
Dr. Josh Gold was awarded the Jane M. Glick Graduate Student Teaching Award by a committee of distinguished faculty from the University of Pennsylvania. Congratulations Dr. Gold!
Hosted by PICS and the Graduate Group in Applied Mathematics and Computational Science, D^3: Deformation, Defects, Diagnosis is a one-and-one-half day symposium focusing on the computational and mathematical issues associated with describing the deformation of data sets and ordered structures and identifying defects within these.
Dr. Kate Davis will be speaking on "Utilizing GluCEST to Localize Epileptic Networks" at the Symposium on Chemical Exchange Saturation Transfer (PENN-CEST 2015).
"Epilepsy in Women”
Elizabeth E. Gerard, MD, FACNS
Assistant Professor of Neurology
Feinberg School of Medicine
Candidate for faculty position, Epilepsy
Friday, May 15, 2015
4:30 PM – 5:30 PM
Dr. Brian Litt's "Engineering the Next Generation of Brain Scientists" featured in Neuron:
Dr. Francis S. Collins, NIH Director recently featured IEEG.ORG, the NINDS-supported research initiative to catalyze collaboration and and data sharing for BigData studies of epilepsy, on his Directors' blog on the website for the National Institute of Health.