Clinical Neurophysiology and Brain Stimulation

Clinical electrophysiology studies are conducted in order to explore brain processing in wide range of conditions such as reading, learning, social interactions, and to brain disorders such as neurodevelopmental diseases, epilepsy, migraine, chronic pain and neurodegenerative diseases by using electroencephalography, somatosensory and motor evoked potentials, transcranial magnetic or direct current stimulation and eye tracker physiology.




Electroencephalography studies during daily cognitive and social functions and neurological diseases such as epilepsy.



TMS, Evoked Potentials

Motor and sensory cortical excitability, sensorimotor integration, cognitive domain of the motor system and stroke rehabilitation are the main research areas of Clinical Neurophysiology Division of NÖROM. The foremost research tools in the laboratory are TMS, tDCS and Evoked Potentials (SSEP, VEP) 



Eye & Gaze Tracking

Eye tracker with fNIRS or EEG in social and educational neuroscience studies