Chair: Mihaly Hajos
Vice Chair: Bahar Güntekin
Programs Chair: Görsev Yener
Communications Chair: Agustin Ibanez
Steering Committee Member: Francesca Farina
Steering Committee Member: Yang Jiang
Steering Committee Member (within 10 years of terminal degree): Susanna Lopez
Immediate Past Chair: Claudio Babiloni
Electrophysiological methods have provided important insights into neurophysiological neural synchronization and connectivity mechanisms underpinning information processing in the brain, from single neurons to large-scale brain networks. These methods have also contributed to our understanding of how Alzheimer's disease affects these mechanisms and may impair cognitive functions in animal models and patients. Nowadays, a major challenge is the standardization and validation of translatable electrophysiological AD biomarkers in both preclinical and clinical applications.
The Electrophysiology PIA provides (1) support of experts for Ph.D. fellows and early stage researchers to learn about the latest developments in the field, (2) a forum for continuous education and scientific discussion through symposia and lectures, (3) opportunities of networking for members interested in sharing electrophysiological data and tools for AD research, (4) and the context for the elaboration of position papers about the most informative electrophysiological procedures for the AD research and clinical applications.