Publications by Neuro Event Labs
Automated detection of nocturnal motor seizures using an audio-video system.
August 2022 Brain and Behaviour
Clinical utility of a video/audio-based epilepsy monitoring system Nelli.
June 2022 Epilepsy & Behavior
Feasibility of video/ audio monitoring in the analysis of motion and treatment effects on night-time seizures – interventional study.
May 2022 Epilepsy Research
Semiautomated classification of nocturnal seizures using video recordings
February 2022 Epilepsia
An integrative method to quantitatively detect nocturnal motor seizures.
October 2020 Epilepsy Research
Automatic assessment of the myoclonus severity from videos recorded according to standardized Unified Myoclonus Rating Scale protocol and using human pose and body movement analysis
January 2020 Seizure
Automated pose estimation captures key aspects of General Movements at eight to 17 weeks from conventional videos
March 2019 Acta Paediatrica
Under‐reporting of nocturnal seizures using video‐based home monitoring: a case study on the evaluation of the effect of vagal nerve stimulation
December 2018 Epileptic Disorders
Publications by other parties
Assessment of the Predictive Value of Outpatient Smartphone Videos for Diagnosis of Epileptic Seizures.
January 2020 JAMA Neurology
Computerized motion analysis of videotaped neonatal seizures of epileptic origin.
June 2019 Epilepsia
Understanding Patients’ Behavior: Vision-Based Analysis of Seizure Disorders.
January 2019 IEEE J Biomed Health Inform.
Can home videos made on smartphones complement video-EEG in diagnosing psychogenic nonepileptic seizures?
October 2018 Seizure
Automated non-EEG based seizure detection: Do users have a say?
September 2016 Epilepsy & Behavior
Development, evaluation and implementation of video-EEG telemetry at home.
February 2014 Seizure
Automatic segmentation of episodes containing epileptic clonic seizures in video sequences.
August 2012 IEEE Trans Biomed Eng.
Director of Jefferson Epilepsy Center and editor-in-chief of Epilepsia
Michael Sperling is the Baldwin Keyes Professor of Neurology and Vice Chairman for Clinical Affairs in the Department of Neurology at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia. He is the Director of the Jefferson Comprehensive Epilepsy Center and the Clinical Neurophysiology Laboratory at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. He has conducted research with a focus on the surgical treatment of epilepsy, mortality in epilepsy, epilepsy genetics, and clinical neurophysiology. Professor Sperling is an active member of many professional organisations and is past-President of the American Clinical Neurophysiology Society and the Philadelphia Neurological Society. He has authored more than 400 original papers, reviews, book chapters and abstracts. He is also an associate editor of Epilepsia and is a reviewer for numerous medical journals.
Professor of Neurology, Lausanne University
Philippe Ryvlin is Professor of Neurology and Chair of the Department of Clinical Neurosciences at the University Hospital of Lausanne (CHUV), Switzerland, and Director of the Epilepsy Institute (IDEE) in Lyon, France. He is President of the European Epilepsy Monitoring Association (EEMA), co-Chair of the Epilepsy Alliance Europe Joint Task Force, founder of the European Network for Epilepsy Research (ENER), and coordinator of the European pilot network of reference centres in refractory epilepsy and epilepsy surgery (E-PILEPSY). He is the author or co-author of over 200 referenced papers on epilepsy surgery, anti-epileptic treatments and Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy (SUDEP). At CHUV, Prof. Ryvlin has developed NeuroTech, a clinical research infrastructure dedicated to the evaluation of novel technologies in patients with neurological disorders, with emphasis on mobile and connected devices as well as assisting robots.
Head of Clinical Neurophysiology at Danish Epilepsy Center
Sándor Beniczky is a board-certified neurologist, clinical neurophysiologist and epileptologist. He is professor of clinical Neurophysiology at Aarhus University, and the head of the clinical neurophysiology department at the Danish Epilepsy Centre. He is the chair of the joint EEG taskforce of the IFCN and ILAE, member of the commission on diagnostic methods, education taskforce and the commission on European affairs (CEA) of the ILAE. The main research interest of Dr. Beniczky is EEG and epilepsy. He has supervised eight Ph.D. students. He is author of 112 peer-reviewed papers and twelve book chapters.
Head of the Paediatric Neurology Department at the KUL University Hospitals
Lieven Lagae is Full Professor at the University of Leuven, Belgium (KUL), Head of the Paediatric Neurology Department and Director of the Childhood Epilepsy Program at the KUL University Hospitals. He’s the current President of the European Pediatric Neurology Society and serves as an elected Board Member of the International Child Neurology Association (ICNA). He chairs the Finance Committee of the ICNA board and the Taskforce on Medical Treatment of Childhood Epilepsy of the International League against Epilepsy (ILAE). He is the co-chair of the child neurology panel at the European Academy of Neurology (EAN). From 2004 to 2015, he was the Editor-in-Chief of the European Journal of Paediatric Neurology. He published more than 200 papers in peer reviewed scientific journals. He serves in many editorial boards of epilepsy and neurology journals.
Scientific lead at Neuro Event Labs
Jukka PeltolaMD, PhD