National Institute of Mental Health, Neurology and Neurosurgery
Number of meta-analyses: 1
Number of clinical trials: 1
I am a neurologist resident at the National Institute of Mental Health, Neurology, and Neurosurgery (National Institute of Neuroscience). My first project in the PhD program is a systematic review and meta-analysis about assessing the prognostic power of EEG connectivity measures in patients with chronic disorders of consciousness (DOC). My main objective is to examine whether EEG connectivity measures can improve the prognostication of patients with DOC, compared to clinical measures. My clinical research topic is the multimodal analysis of disorders of consciousness in post-stroke patients. With my group, we aim to determine prognostic factors of recovery based on EEG connectivity changes and understand the effects of early mobilization on recovery from DOC in patients after subarachnoid hemorrhage and post-stroke.