British Society for Clinical Neurophysiology

...to promote and encourage for the public benefit the science and practice of clinical neurophysiology and related sciences

Lecture Details

Geoffrey Parr Lecture - Tomographic imaging of fast neural activity in brain and nerve using Electrical Impedance Tomography – pipe dream, reality (or somewhere in between)?
Professor David Holder

Professor of Biophysics and Clinical Neurophysiology, Honorary Consultant in Clinical Neurophysiology, UCH; Dept. of Medical Physics and Bioengineering, UCL.

EDUCATION/QUALIFICATIONS

1975 BA Medical Science, Physiology with Corpus Christi College, Cambridge 1st class   Biophysics         
1978 MBBS Clinical Medicine   UCH, London
1982 MRCP (FRCP 2005)
1984 MA Biophysics    UC Berkeley, USA   1st class                       (GPA 3.8/4.0)
1991 PhD Physiology    University College London  

RESEARCH ACTIVITY.

Development of Electrical Impedance Tomography for imaging fast neural activity in peripheral nerve and the brain in epilepsy and physiological activity, and pathological changes in epilepsy and stroke. Collaborations currently in place with groups in USA (Univ Texas Dallas, Case Western), UCL (Chemical Engineering).

Tomographic imaging of fast neural activity in brain and nerve using Electrical Impedance Tomography – pipe dream, reality (or somewhere in between)?