William G. Coon, B.Sc.

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Biomedical Sciences State University of New York, Albany, Albany, NY, United States 
Area:
ECoG, Cross-frequency coupling, phase-amplitude coupling, CFC, PAC, Brain-Computer Interfaces, EEG, human subjects
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William Coon earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in Neuroscience and Psychology at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec. He then spent three years at Brown University in Providence, RI, studying “off-line processing” in the sleeping brain and contributing to research on sleep-enhanced learning. In 2010 he was awarded an IGERT FlexEBio Traineeship and was admitted to the University at Albany’s PhD Program in Biomedical Sciences. He currently works with Dr. Gerwin Schalk at the Wadsworth Center, using electrocorticography (ECoG) as a research tool to study information processing in the human neocortex and contributing to the development of next-generation brain-computer interface technologies.

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Schalk G, Marple J, Knight RT, et al. (2017) Instantaneous Voltage as an Alternative to Power- and Phase-Based Interpretation of Oscillatory Brain Activity. Neuroimage
Fedorenko E, Scott TL, Brunner P, et al. (2016) Neural correlate of the construction of sentence meaning. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Coon WG, Schalk G. (2016) A Method to Establish the Spatiotemporal Evolution of Task-Related Cortical Activity from Electrocorticographic Signals in Single Trials. Journal of Neuroscience Methods
de Pesters A, Coon WG, Brunner P, et al. (2016) Alpha power indexes task-related networks on large and small scales: A multimodal ECoG study in humans and a non-human primate. Neuroimage
Coon WG, Gunduz A, Brunner P, et al. (2016) Oscillatory Phase Modulates the Timing of Neuronal Activations and Resulting Behavior. Neuroimage
Liu Y, Coon WG, Pesters A, et al. (2015) The effects of spatial filtering and artifacts on electrocorticographic signals. Journal of Neural Engineering. 12: 056008
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