Penn students, many of whom joined the Davis Lab this summer, developed new tools and furthered our understanding of the relationship between neural structure and function in intractable epilepsy patients. Their research strives to improve presurgical localization of seizure onset, a result which could lead to a greater chance of seizure freedom for patients with epilepsy not fully managed by medications.
Penn Today highlighted this work in a new report, emphasizing the impressive contribution of the students to many projects in the Davis Lab. “They take an interdisciplinary approach, drawing from their expertise in imaging analysis, machine learning, network analysis, and signal analysis to solve a very relevant clinical problem,” Penn Today said of the students.
Read the full article by Brandon Baker in Penn Today HERE.