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Real-time adaptive brain control: Combining a BCI with DBS to treat Parkinson’s.


Perhaps the biggest advance in DBS systems since they were first developed, a group of researchers working in the Movement Disorders Group at Oxford University used a brain-computer interface (BCI) to record and incorporate meaningful data from the implant user’s brain into the moment-to-moment control of the stimulation, ushering in a new era of personalized implants. Read more…



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