Speakers will discuss the science and underpinning of sensing systems as they are used to guide therapy from neuromodulation devices. The use of electrical signals obtained as biomarkers for effective therapy will be discussed. The robustness and reliability of signals obtained from implanted electrodes used as indicators of disease status (such as tremor, seizures, or autonomic changes), or as pathway biomarkers (such as the case for spinal cord stimulation for pain) are new to the field. Much has been published on the potential use of these signals in the feedback control or guidance of neuromodulation implants.
Upon completion of this educational activity, participants should be able to:
- Describe needed improvements for effective closed loop stimulation.
- Discuss the science behind effective biomarkers of disease state.
- Assess reliability of closed loop neuromodulatory signals.
Ahmed Raslan, MD
ECog v. LFPs for Closing the Deep Brain Stimulation Loop
Svjetlana Miocinovic, MD PhD
Closing the Loop for Pain: Use of EEG
Ilknur Telkes, PhD MSc
Brain Computer Interface: Where Are We Now?
Wael Asaad, MD PhD
Faculty and Presentations subject to change.
- Research in Neuromodulation: Trials and Tribulations
- Outcomes and Access to Neuromodulation for Women and Underrepresented Minorities: A Call to Action
- Engineering Principles of DBS and SCS in Clinical Practice: Emerging Concepts
- Open- vs. Closed-Loop Neurostimulation and Enabling Biomarkers
- American Academy of Pain Medicine (AAPM) Session: Integrating Neuromodulation Into Multimodal Pain Care