New publication highlighting the power of BESA methods

The rationale behind using BESA dipole modelling and BESA’s source montages for separating brain activity into the neurophysiological correlates with millisecond resolution has never been explained better than in the hot-of-the-(virtual)-press article about Taking the EEG back into the brain by Michael Scherg et al., which was published in Frontiers in Neurology in August 2019. Apart from high-lighting the theory, the paper shows the power of this method on several data examples spanning auditory and somatosensory evoked potentials as well as different types of epilepsy, revealing how much information about the brain’s signaling pathways can be extracted from EEG data! The paper is available for download here.