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Providence VA Medical Center, Rhode Island

 

Wilson Truccolo, PhD

   Wilson Truccolo, PhD *
Research Biomedical Engineer, PVAMC
P.J. Salame '88 Goldman Sachs Assistant Professor of Computational Neuroscience,
Brown University
Wilson.Truccolo@va.gov **

Dr. Truccolo is a Research Biomedical Engineer with CfNN/PVAMC and is the P.J. Salame '88 Goldman Sachs Assistant Professor of Computational Neuroscience at Brown University. His research focuses on how human brain function emerges from the collective dynamics (coordinated activity) in neuronal networks, and how neurological disorders (e.g. epileptic seizures) result when these dynamics become pathological. In the specific case of pharmacologically resistant seizures, work in the Truccolo lab focuses on the development of computational models to understand the basic Neuroscience of epilepsy, and on the development of algorithms for closed-loop brain-computer interfaces aiming at controlling seizures. Dr. Truccolo is a Core Investigator with CfNN Focus Area 1 as well as Core B: Recording, Decoding, and Computational Neuroscience.







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