Curtis Ponton, Ph.D.


[ Chief Scientist, Vice President ]
Curtis Ponton has been Senior Scientist with Neuroscan since joining the Company in 2000. Over the past four years, Curtis has managed the release of a number of software products including two minor Scan releases, as well Source, and Stim2. Within the last three years, Curtis has been involved in the development of the MagLink system, combining high-density EEG recordings with fMRI. Curtis's background is in auditory neurophysiology with specific interests in cortical plasticity associated with deafness and the restoration of auditory sensation via the cochlear implant.


Michael Wagner, Ph.D.


[ Senior Scientist ]
Michael Wagner studied Electrical Engineering in Munich, Germany. In 1992, his interest in medical applications led him to the Philips Research Labs in Hamburg, Germany. In collaboration with Hamburg's Technical University, he worked on the combination of functional (EEG, MEG) and image (MRI) modalities and received his Ph.D. in 1998. Since the year 2000, he has worked for Neuroscan, now a division of Compumedics. Michael works at Compumedics' office in Hamburg, Germany. His main field of work is with the CURRY software, where he is involved with research, software development, training, and helpdesk.


John Ebersole, MD


[Medical Director, Overlook Medical Center, Atlantic Neuroscience Institute in New Jersey]
Dr. John Ebersole is currently a Medical Director of the Overlook Medical Center, Atlantic Neuroscience Institute. He received his medical degree from Yale University School of Medicine and has been in practice for more than 20 years. He is a highly respected international authority on EEG and MEG source modeling in the evaluation of epilepsy. He has authored 50 original research publications and 40 chapters on neurophysiological subjects.


Jaeseung Jeong, Ph.D.


[ Professor, Department of Bio and Brain Engineering, KAIST ]
Professor Jaeseung Jeong is currently a professor at the Department of Bio and Brain Engineering, KAIST since 2004. He received Ph.D. from Department of Physics, KAIST with the thesis on computational modeling of Alzheimer’s disease based on nonlinear dynamics and complex system modeling. He has been working as a postdoc associate at the Department of Psychiatry, School of Medicine, Yale University and as an assistant professor at the Department of Psychiatry, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University. His research topics include brain dynamics of decision-making, computational modeling of psychiatric disorders, Brain-Robot Interface (BRI) and Brain-inspired A.I.





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