FARFAN Fernando Daniel
Electrophysiology for biomedical engineering students: a practical and theoretical course in animal electrocorticography
ANA LÍA ALBARRACÍN; FERNANDO DANIEL FARFÁN; MARCOS ANTONIO COLETTI; PABLO YOSIN TERUYA; CARMELO JOSÉ FELICE
ADVANCES IN PHYSIOLOGY EDUCATION
AMER PHYSIOLOGICAL SOC
Lugar: Bethesda; Año: 2016 vol. 40 p. 402 - 409
The major challenge in laboratory teaching is the application of abstract concepts in simple and direct practical lessons. However, students rarely have the opportunity to participate in a laboratory that combines the practical learning with a realistic research experience. In Biomedical Engineering Career we offer short and optional courses as complement studies for students that initiate their Graduation Project. The objective of these theoretical and practical courses is to introduce them in the topics of their projects. The present work describes a practice in Electrophysiology to teach undergraduate students how to extract cortical information by using electrocorticographic technique. The students participate actively in some parts of the experience and then process and analyze the data obtained with different signal processing tools.