The SIG focuses on the use of advanced techniques for the spatial, temporal, and frequency analyses of EEG/MEG activity in Clinical Neurophysiology for research and clinical applications
The IFCN has five Special Interest Groups (SIG). Information about these groups can be found by clicking on the SIG you are interested in.
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The SIG focuses on all forms of brain stimulation techniques.
The Brainstem Society was founded in the 1990s by a group of clinicians and researchers devoted to the brainstem.
The Education SIGs aims to improve education and training of Clinical Neurophysiologists.
The newest IFCN SIG, this group focuses on exploring new ways of studying the bioelectric activity of the nervous system.