Using high-density EEG source imaging to detect subcortical electrophysiological activity
19 February 2019
256-channel scalp EEG and source imaging
Subcortical neuronal activity is important in mediating communication in large-scale brain networks. While EEG recordings provide appropriate temporal resolution and coverage to study whole brain dynamics, the feasibility to detect subcortical signals is unclear.
In this study published in Nature Communications, the team led by Christoph Michel present direct evidence that scalp EEG can sense subcortical signals.
Author : Anouchka Junod
Seeber M, Cantonas LM, Hoevels M, Sesia T, Visser-Vandewalle V, Michel CM;
Subcortical electrophysiological activity is detectable with high-density EEG source imaging.
Nature Communications 10(1):753, Feb 2019. doi:10.1038/s41467-019-08725-w >