New paper published in PNAS!
We developed a deep learning platform, DystoniaNet, to make automatic diagnosis of dystonia from raw structural MRI in a fraction of a second.
My research focuses on developing neurotechnologies for human enhancement.
I combine machine learning and neuroimaging to develop:
- collaborative brain-computer interfaces to improve group decision making
- automatic diagnostic tools of dystonia
- novel rehabilitation devices based on neurofeedback
See Research page for more information.