I had the pleasure of hearing the Mayo Clinic’s Greg Worrell give a talk on epilepsy diagnostics as part of the 2016 Anne & Max Tanenbaum Symposium on the Frontiers of Science today. Below are some slides from his talk that I’m posting mostly for my own later reference (but maybe they’re useful to you too). These slides mainly concern Greg’s work on trying to improve high frequency oscillations as a biomarker of the epileptogenic zone and iEEG based seizure prediction. In the future, Greg hopes to host an epileptogenic zone detection competition as well.
The commitment of Greg’s lab to rigorous, reproducible research and resource sharing is a model for the field: http://msel.mayo.edu/research.html