Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Alek Pogosyan graduated in Physics from Yerevan State University, Armenia, in 1986. He completed his PhD in Human Physiology from Sechenov Institute of Evolutionary Physiology and Biochemistry, Russia, in 1996. He joined Peter Brown’s group in 2001, and since then has been critical in many projects, and led pioneering projects on transcranial alternating current stimulation and the effect of the spatial extent of subcortical synchronisation and symptoms in Parkinson’s disease. Alek is particularly interested in extending the evidence base that pathological oscillations may underpin different aspects of disease.
The Effect of Unilateral Subthalamic Nucleus Deep Brain Stimulation on Contralateral Subthalamic Nucleus Local Field Potentials.
Hasegawa H. et al, (2020), Neuromodulation, 23, 509 - 514
Decoding voluntary movements and postural tremor based on thalamic LFPs as a basis for closed-loop stimulation for essential tremor
Tan H. et al, (2019), Brain Stimulation, 12, 858 - 867
Beta burst coupling across the motor circuit in patients with Parkinson's disease
Tinkhauser G. et al, (2018), MOVEMENT DISORDERS, 33, S707 - S708