Devices for NeuroControl and NeuroRehabilitation


Sep 3, 2015 | Mini-symposium at Kempenhaeghe, The Netherlands

The symposium “Minimally invasive epilepsy treatment: What are the options?”, which was held the 3th of September, 2015, at the Academic Center of Epileptology, Kempenhaeghe turned out to be what we hoped for: a very successful event. 

TMSImage guided surgery

It was shown that intraoperative MRI together with preoperative imaging of the epileptic and functional brain areas is of crucial importance for the neurosurgeon to remove the epileptic brain tissue without destroying the healthy surrounding tissue. If resective surgery is not an option alternative treatments are Deep Brain Stimulation or even less invasive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation.  This symposium was an unique occasion to be introduced to the tools and techniques to study these potential future alternative epilepsy treatment options and to facilitate clinical, academic and industrial partnerships for research in this field.

Jul 9, 2015 | Interesting demonstrations during the 2nd year review

Rehabiliation robot by Leitat:

Demonstration of the EPS Sensors for EEG registration by Plessey and the University of Sussex:

Jun 5, 2013 | Denecor had its succesfull kick-off meeting

in Best, The Netherlands