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the branch of neuroscience that studies the physiology of the nervous system

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Acquisition of neurophysiology equipment for the offices of the university hospital of bellvitge.
The neurophysiology service takes pride in its achievement.
Al-Habib said: "The spinal cord was stabilized in the right direction without any side effects through the successful implementation of the intraoperative neurophysiology monitoring technology.
He has also completed his fellowship in sleep medicine and clinical neurophysiology at Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia.
Mr Clarke said: "We are so pleased to be giving this to the neurophysiology team.
Steven Passmore DC, the CCRF Professorship in Spine Biomechanics and Neurophysiology at the University of Manitoba.
This is a measure of our commitment to provide excellent neuroscience care for our patients, including EEGs, EMGs and epilepsy monitoring," said Mark Stecker, MD, PhD, director of Marshall's epilepsy program and the hospital's neurophysiology lab.
John Stein, a professor of neurophysiology at Oxford University who is a renowned for his studies of the brain, has been invited to talk to people with dyslexia, parents whose children have the learning disorder and teachers.
Now the new plan sets out in detail how services could be developed and expanded in the key areas of neurology, neurophysiology, neurological imaging, critical care, rehabilitation and spinal surgery.
The 'Handbook of Physiology' has been developed in collaboration with physiologists the world over and represents a comprehensive look at all aspects of the field, from cell to neurophysiology.
Two volunteer patients are the first to trial the equipment at the hospital's Peter Jeavons Neurophysiology Unit.
About 18 hours after the rats' final treatments, an analysis of tissue from the hippocampus, the brain's memory hub, showed that the treated rats had twice as much BDNF in their brains as the untreated rats did, Lauterborn and her colleagues report in the August Journal of Neurophysiology.
Neither of the units will be shut down if one is chosen as the specialist site and both will provide outpatient neurosurgery clinics, inpatient and outpatient neurology, neuro-rehabilitation, neuro-radiology and neurophysiology services for their local areas.
Anna Janss said at the joint annual meeting of the American Epilepsy Society and the American Clinical Neurophysiology Society.
Fostering a prosperous tradition of neuroscience for more than six decades, and supporting numerous future Nobel laureates, it was at the Marine Biological Laboratory that much of the basis of neurophysiology was first described--in marine organisms: retinal neurophysiology, the development and use of the voltage-clamp technique in squid by Cole and Moore (1960), the discovery of the squid giant axon, the elegant analysis of the action potential of the squid giant axon by Hodgkin and Huxley (1952), and the squid giant synapse discovery by Bullock and Harigawa (1957) used for elucidating the mechanisms of synaptic transmission.