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Research project

Simpson - Diversity in blood flow control to the brain: moving from individualised modelling towards personalised treatment of the injured brain


Lead researcher

Professor David Simpson

Prof of Biomedical Signal Processing

Research interests

  • His research interests are in biomedical signal processing with applications in neurophysiology and cardio-vascular and cerebro-vascular control. Specific topics are:
  • Blood flow control in the brain (how does the brain regulate is own blood supply and how to detect impairment of this function).
  • Auditory evoked potentials (methods to detect the small electrical responses of the brain to auditory stimulation for the assessment of various hearing disorders).

Collaborating research institutes, centres and groups

Research outputs

Jack, Edward Douglas Bryant,
Anthony Birch,
Ronney B. Panerai,
Dragana Nikolic,
Diederik Bulters,
& David Simpson
, 2021 , Physiological Measurement , 42 (10)
Type: article
Stephen J. Payne,
& Ronney B. Panerai
, 2021 , Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism
Type: review
jia liu,
Zhen-Ni Guo,
Pandeng Zhang,
Chang Liu,
Jia-Ning song,
xinyi Leng,
& Yi Yang
, 2020 , IEEE Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics , 25 (4) , 909--921
Type: article
Zhen Ni Guo,
Wei Tong Guo,
Jia Liu,
Junlei Chang,
Hongyin Ma,
Peng Zhang,
Fu Liang Zhang,
Ke Han,
Han Hwa Hu,
Hang Jin,
Xin Sun,
& Yi Yang
, 2019 , Neurology , 93 (1) , e8--e19
Type: article
L. Rodríguez-Liñares,
, 2019 , Biomedical Signal Processing and Control , 52 , 187--197
Type: article
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