Welcome to the laboratory of Dr. Douglas CheyneHospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada
Our lab research focuses on the use of functional brain imaging techniques, in particular MagnetoEncephaloGraphy (MEG), for the study of cognitive and motor function in healthy and clinical populations. We are also active in the development of MEG analysis methods and tools, including a MATLAB toolkit (BrainWave) for MEG source analysis.
Douglas Cheyne, PhD
Research Institute, NMH
The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada
Department of Medical Imaging
University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada
Jobst, C., et al. 2018
(Front Neurosci) BrainWave: A MATLAB Toolbox for Beamformer Source Analysis of MEG Data.
Mersov A.M., et al. 2017
(J Fluency) A preliminary study on the neural oscillatory characteristics of motor preparation prior to dysfluent and fluent utterances in adults who stutter.
Pu, Y., et al. 2017
(Hum Brain Mapp) The functional role of human right hippocampal/parahippocampal theta rhythm in environmental encoding during virtual spatial navigation.
Mersov A.M., et al. 2016
(Frontiers in Human Neuroscience) Sensorimotor Oscillations Prior to Speech Onset Reflect Altered Motor Networks in Adults Who Stutter.
Alves N., et al. 2016
(IEEE Trans Biomed Eng) An MEG-Compatible Electromagnetic-Tracking System for Monitoring Orofacial Kinematics.
Isabella S., et al. 2015
(NeuroImage) Complementary roles of cortical oscillations in automatic and controlled processing during a rapid serial task.
Cheyne D., et al. 2014
(Human Brain Mapping) Movement-related neuromagnetic fields in preschool age children.
Cheyne, D. and Ferrari, P. 2013
(Front Hum Neurosci) MEG studies of motor cortex gamma oscillations: evidence for a gamma "fingerprint" in the brain?
Cheyne D. 2013
(Exp Neurol) MEG studies of sensorimotor rhythms: a review.