Laboratory of Clinical Neurophysiology

An electroencephalograph (ECG) device is one of the first devices to record biological signals for studying the human brain. Advances in fast computing by high-powered computers today have given this old tool a new role in brain studies. In this laboratory, it is possible to record a maximum of 32 channels of biological waves simultaneously. In addition, the laboratory is equipped with an electromyographic device to record muscle activity, and set the speed of electrical conduction of peripheral nerves. Auditory, visual and sensory evoked potentials can also be recorded in this laboratory. All of these devices are used in clinical trials for physiological evaluations. The laboratory is also equipped with a variety of electrical and magnetic stimulation equipment for the brain. Devices such as rTMS, TDCS, TAC are available in this lab. Many of these devices are also used by doctors for diagnosis and sometimes treatment.