Divya Chander

28. 4. 2018

I listen to neurons but brain speaks in symphony, that's why you need to listen to multiple neurons at once - says neuroscientist and anesthesiologist Divya Chander who works at Faculty in medicine of Singularity University. Using EEG she listens to the brain to find out what is really happening inside, this allows her to study our consciousness and new ways of helping people for example with Parkinson's disease or partial paralysis. How can we see thanks to our tongue? How can we implant ideas into a brain? And how is it that we still don't know we don't fully understand how anesthesia works?

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Divya Chander

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