Control of brain network connectivity

Enhancing our understanding of brain networks for improvement in motor task outcomes.

Only a few people around the world use a brain-computer interface (BCI), partly due to limited understanding about which brain signals provide optimal potential for decoding.

This project aims to improve our understanding of the brain networks involved in movement control, and how electrical stimulation of the brain can improve motor task outcomes and enhance neural signal decoding.

The research will aid the development of new BCIs that have recording and stimulation capabilities, improving quality of life for people with loss of limb function.

The outcomes from this project include a better understanding of the individual-specific brain dynamics during a motor task, their brain network connectivity, and how a customised electrical stimulation of the brain can improve the motor task performance.

 

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