After summer break, on 3rd of October 20223 we are going to revive Brain Physics Seminar series. The occasion is very much solemn as Dr. Marek Czosnyka, who reached retirement threshold, finished his job as Professor of Brain Physics with University of Cambridge. An excellent scientist and the main author of ICM+ software, Dr Peter […]
On Thursday 17 March 2022, Professor Marek Czosnyka and Doctor Zofia Czosnyka delivered a training seminar on cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) dynamics. The virtual seminar was part of a series provided to Scottish neurosurgical registrars. An overview of cerebrospinal fluid dynamics Prof. Czosnyka began the session with an overview of CSF dynamics. He explained that hydrocephalus […]
A new Brain Physics Refresher Course will start from tomorrow, Wednesday 23 March and will run until Tuesday, 5 April. Please note: This course is for members of the Brain Physics Laboratory only, restricted to a maximum of 6 participants in light of Covid-19. Professor Marek Czosnyka will deliver this course daily, with each session […]
On 25 June 2021, the Reversible Dementia Project (REVERT) officially launched with its highly successful Kick-Off Event, a round table about hydrocephalus that featured a number of prominent speakers in the fields of neurosurgery, neuroscience research and artificial intelligence. The project, a cross-border collaboration, is co-financed by ERDF (European Regional Development Fund) as part of the Interreg […]
We would like to invite you to join us online for a three-hour hydrocephalus round table! It will bring together experts, practitioners, and people touched by hydrocephalus to discuss the challenges, solutions, and paths forward for improving care for patients with normal pressure hydrocephalus. This event will be the official grand opening of a new […]
The Brain Physics Laboratory is pleased to announce the securing of major EU funding as part of the INTERREG Programme for its Reversible Dementia project (REVERT). This is led by Dr Peter Smielewski, the creator of brain monitoring software ICM+, licensed by now to over 200 clinical research centres worldwide leading to creation of an […]
On April 11th, Dr. Joe Sam Robinson, Jr. MD, FAANS (Professor of Neurosurgery, Mercer University Medical School, Macon, GA, USA) gave us a fantastic lecture on ‘Some suggestions for allocation of world neurosurgery assets: supply, cost, and care”. Many thanks for Prof. Robinson’s time.
10-02-2016 Dr Gunes Aygok (Director of Adult Hydrocephalus Center, Lenox Hill Hospital, New York, USA) lecturing for Brain Physics on 10.02.2016. This excellent lecture was commemorating Prof. Anthony Marmarou!
07-2016 In July 2016, the Brain Physics Lab went to attend the ICP conference in Boston, held in MIT.
On 28th of March, at 11:00, Dr. Shadnaz Asgari (Associate Professor, California State University) gave us a fantastic lecture on Application of signal processing and machine learning in medicine- a personal journey.