The activities in our lab include a variety of basic and translational research in the rapidly growing fields of Neural Engineering and Biomedical Signal Processing. Areas of special interest are:
- Machine learning for neuro-biomarker discovery in movement disorders and epilepsy
- Neural decoding for neuroprosthetics
- Development of embedded wearable wireless sensors and their integration to intelligent systems for healthcare and assisted living
In particular, we cultivate novel algorithms and machine learning techniques to explore neural activity recorded in clinical settings. Our lab focuses on research that contributes not only to algorithm development but also to the discovery of new methods for diagnosis and therapy that can be applied in clinical practice. In this scheme, our group works closely with clinicians and researchers from diverse fields such as neuroscience, neurosurgery and neurology.
Nuri Ince, associate professor of biomedical engineering at the UH Cullen College of Engineering is photographed with epilepsy and Parkinson’s disease related neural research on Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2019. Featured PhD students are Priscella Asman, Behrang Fazli and Musa Ozturk.