Research Interests and Research Summary


My career goal is to advance our knowledge and understanding of the Human Brain and the complex networks underlying it. I am a clinician who is familiar with the pressing need for quick and reliable tools for mapping of brain functions and I am an epileptologist with an extensive experience in invasive intracranial EEG evaluations, source-localization techniques, brain connectivity by cortico-cortical evoked potentials, and functional mapping. It is my honor that our line of work has received prestigious awards and funding support. 

Rafeed Alkawadri, MD

We are grateful for the support of: 

National Institutes of Health (NIH), National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS), and Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA)

The American Epilepsy Society (AES)

The Swebilius foundation 

The Epilepsy Foundation of America

Yale Center for Clinical Investigation (YCCI)

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Anesthesia; Artificial Intelligence; Brain; Brain Mapping; Electroencephalography; Electrophysiology; Epilepsy; Evoked Potentials; Gyrus Cinguli; History of Medicine; Intraoperative Care; Neurobiology; Neurophysiology; Neurosciences; Organizational Innovation; Magnetoencephalography; Computational Biology; Biomedical Technology; Biomedical Research; Deep Brain Stimulation; Support Vector Machines; Brain-Computer Interfaces

RESEARCH SUMMARY

  • Functional Mapping and Brain Stimulation
  • Real Time Mapping of the Brain
  • Passive Identification of Epileptic and Physiologic Brain Networks
  • High Frequency Oscillations and Very High Frequency Oscillations 
  • Broadband Intracranial EEG Analysis
  • Evoked Potentials 
  • Cortical Evoked Potentials and Brain Connectivity
  • Cingulate Gyrus Epilepsy and Connectivity
  • Clinical Neurophysiology and Epileptology
  • Effect of Anesthesia on Electrocorticography
  • History of Neurology
  • Brain Restoration