Our main research is focused on better understanding of brain function using the cutting edge of neural engineering and cognitive neuroscience knowledge with the goal of developing the translational medicine and, therefore, improving the quality of life of patients with neurological impairments.

Several current research projects include: investigating the brain connectivity patterns of patients with Parkinson’s disease during deep brain stimulation (DBS), brain synchrony and oscillatory analysis of mice models of schizophrenia, decoding movement-related cortical activity in patients with epilepsy.