Friday, December 20, 2013


New session of  Clinical Neurophysiology Journal Club was already opened.

Friday, August 2, 2013

Speech mapping in tumor presurgical assessment in Hospital del Mar

Mappeig cerebral, localització de les àrees del cervell en què es troben les llengües que parlem. Gerard Conesa i Josep Mª Espadaler. "Do you speak English?". TV3 Barcelona


Thursday, June 13, 2013

Robotic Stereotaxic Surgery in Del Mar Hospital, Barcelona

On 21 January 2013  Medtech announced First Surgical Assisted ROBOTIC in Spain surgery using ROSA™ This landmark surgical intervention was performed by Dr. CONESA and his team at the Del Mar Hospital in Barcelona, Spain. ROSA™ was used for the pre-operative surgical planning and intra-operative positioning of sEEG deep brain electrodes used in the treatment of Epilepsy.

On 11 June 2013 Dr. Rodrigo Rocamora, Head of Epilepsy Multidisciplinary Unit, Neurology Department announced that until the date 6 epileptic patients benefited by ROSA Assisted Robotic Surgery in Del Mar Hospital Barcelona. An interview was obtained by Mr Juanjo Pardo of  rTVE program "Para Todos La 2" (here)

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

REM Sleep Regulates Emotions in Depresive Patients

Book The Twenty-Four Hour Mind. The Role of Sleep and Dreaming in Our Emotional Lives
Rosalind D. Cartwright, Oxford 2010

Friday, April 19, 2013

New Blog of Clinical Neurophysiology in Barcelona

On April 11th, 2013 New Clinical Neurophysiology Blog appeared in Barcelona. 
Clinical Sessions of Sleep Disorders, Epilepsies, Infant Epileptology, Neuropathology and Electro-diagnostic Neurophysiology Case Reports will be uploaded on the website by our CN Resident Physician colleagues of Hospital Vall d'Hebron, Bellvitge Hospital, and other Hospitals. Welcome to Blogosphere!

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Prof. Dr. Vahe E. AMASSIAN

Dr. Vahe E. AMASSIAN, world recognized neuroscientist, who made extraordinary achievements in research, teaching and mentoring of graduate students, medical students and biomedical faculty died on January 7, 2013 at age 88. It began by using animal models and progressed in the last three decades to studies on humans using noninvasive trans-cranial magnetic stimulation. Vahe's hallmark was his unwavering scientific honesty. His research on the electrophysiological properties of sensory-motor systems in the brain was passionately sustained for more than 60 years (here).
(Published in The New York Times on January 9, 2013).

With deep gratitude!