Parag Patil

Office Room:
3446B
Office Building:
Taubman
Faculty
Admission Year:
2015
Subdivision:
Behavioral and Systems Neuroscience
Clinical Neuroscience
Computational Neuroscience
Biography/Resume: 

MD, PhD, John Hopkins University 

Associate Professor of Neurology, Neurosurgery, Anesthesiology, and Biomedical Engineering

Our research aims to examine the underlying physiological mechanisms of a wide variety of neurological conditions, and to develop an understanding of the factors that determine outcomes in the surgical treatment of these conditions. Movements, sensations, and emotions exist as organized electrical signals in the brain. In my lab, we record this electrical activity during and following brain surgery while human patients perform motor and cognitive tasks.