In this talk, I will introduce several neuroimaging techniques now available in the PERFORM Centre's Physiology platform, based on my research activities and collaborations with other PERFORM members.
The first part of the talk will introduce simultaneous High-Density EEG with fMRI recordings. After showing how we de-noise EEG data contaminated by MR artefacts, I will show that accurate EEG source imaging could be obtained even from data acquired in the scanner, before presenting how EEG/fMRI can be considered to study sleep, sleep deprivation and impacts on cognitive performance.
In the second part, I will introduce how personalized fNIRS can be used as a wearable neuroimaging technique to monitor cortical activity in realistic lifestyle conditions and combined with other modalities. Examples of applications involving simultaneous fNIRS with Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation and EEG/fNIRS whole night investigation during sleep will be presented.