Parvizi Labin the Department of Neurology and Neurological Sciences
STANFORD HUMAN INTRACRANIAL COGNITIVE ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY PROGRAM

STANFORD HUMAN INTRACRANIAL COGNITIVE ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY PROGRAM
(SHICEP)


SHICEP

SHICEP is a multidisciplinary collaboration between LBCN and various laboratories at Stanford and beyond. The aim of this program is to use human intracranial data for the study of perception, memory, attention, decision making, emotion, and goal-directed action. Intracranial electrophysiological data are collected at the LBCN and de-identified data are shared with the laboratories of the following scientists:  

USA

Chris Chafe Stanford
Michael Greicius   Stanford 
Kalanit Grill-Spector  Stanford 
Jaimie Henderson Stanford 
Bill Newsome Stanford 
Krishna Shenoy Stanford 
Anthony Wagner Stanford 
Brian Wandell Stanford 
   
Maurizio Corbetta Washington University
Nancy Kanwisher MIT
Sabine Kastner Princeton
Bob Knight UC Berkeley
Nathan Spreng Cornell

International

Agustin Ibanez  INECO- Buenos Aires - Argentina
Stanislas Dehaene INSERM - Paris - France
Leon Deouell Hebrew University - Jerusalem - Israel
Bo Hong Tsinghua University - Beijing - China

 

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