Leading Edge: Christos Papadelis, M.D. Joins Cook Children’s Neurosciences as New Director of Research Center


The Cook Children’s Dodson Neuroscience Research Endowment was founded in 2018 to support research aimed at improving the diagnosis and treatment of epilepsy, along with other common neurological conditions. The Endowment funds a team of dedicated research staff to work closely with neuroscience faculty on study design, data analysis and publication of results. This team … Continue reading Leading Edge: Christos Papadelis, M.D. Joins Cook Children’s Neurosciences as New Director of Research Center

Harnessing the Power of Magnetic Fields to Map the Brain


Magnetoencephalography, or MEG scan, works by recording brain magnetic fields generated from the electrical signals of neurons communicating with each other in the brain. Unlike electrical fields recorded via EEG, magnetic fields are not altered by intervening brain tissue, bone or fat. MEG offers superior capability to localize where in the brain activity is being … Continue reading Harnessing the Power of Magnetic Fields to Map the Brain