Developed by Vladislav Staroselskiy
Sergey Borisov, Ph.D.Position:
Post Doctoral Fellow
M.S. Ã¢â‚¬â€œ Nizhny Novgorod State University, 1998, Biology;
Ph.D. Ã¢â‚¬â€œ Moscow State University, 2002, Human Physiology; Psychophysiology.
Dr. BorisovÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s research interests focus on neuronal activity of the human brain reflecting on changes in characteristics of electroencephalogram (EEG) and Near Infra-Red Spectroscopy signal (NIRS) and related to cognitive load, specific pharmacological agents and pathology (schizophrenia spectrum disorders). His interests also include theoretical and experimental aspects of electroencephalography, as well as, the application of advanced signal processing techniques (such as ICA and DSS) to EEG/MEG analysis and the development of new methods of EEG data processing (segmental analysis, analysis of structural synchrony).
The current project Dr. Borisov is working on is devoted to the study of the mechanisms of fast visual target recognition in human. The main projectÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s goal is creating a system which will identify the brain activity patterns related to targets and distinguish them from Ã¢â‚¬Ëœnon-targetÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ patterns in a real-time mode. Within the project, both EEG and NIRS techniques are used for simultaneous recording of the brain activity followed by the procedure of signal pattern classification, as well as, the analysis with standard and advanced original methods.
Borisov S., Ilin A., VigÃƒÂ¡rio R., Oja E. Comparison of BSS methods for the detection of ÃŽÂ±-activity components in EEG // J. Rosca et al. (Eds.): ICA 2006, LNCS 3889, 2006. P. 430 Ã¢â‚¬â€œ 437.==break==Fingelkurts Al.A., Fingelkurts An.A., Kivisaari R., Autti T., Borisov S.V., Puuskari V., Jokela O., KÃƒÂ¤hkÃƒÂ¶nen S. Reorganization of the Composition of Brain Oscillations in Opioid Dependent Patients // Progress in Neuropsychopharmacology & Biologycal Psychiatry. 2006, V. 30. P.1453-1465. ==break==Fingelkurts Al.A., Fingelkurts An.A., Kivisaari R., Autti T., Borisov S.V., Puuskari V., Jokela O., KÃƒÂ¤hkÃƒÂ¶nen S. Increased Local and Decreased Remote Functional Connectivity at EEG Alpha and Beta Frequency Bands in Opioid Dependent Patients // Psychopharmacology. 2006, V.188. P.42-52. ==break==Borisov S.V., Kaplan A.Ya., Gorbachevskaya N.L., Kozlova I.A. Structural organization of the EEG alpha activity in adolescents with schizophrenia spectrum disorders // Zh. Vyssh. Nerv. Deiat Im. I.P.Pavlova (I.P.Pavlov J. of Higher Nervous Activity). 2005, V.55. #3. P. 351-357 (in Russian, ISSN 0044-4677). ==break==Borisov S.V., Kaplan A.Ya. Gorbachevskaya N.L., Kozlova I.A. Analysis of EEG Structural Synchrony in Adolescents with Schizophrenic Disorders // Fiziologia cheloveka. 2005, V. 31. #3. P. 1-8 (in Russian); Human physiology. 2005. V.31. #3. P. 255-261 (in English) Simultaneous English language translation of the journal is distributed worldwide by Springer. Human Physiology ISSN 0362-1197. ==break==Kaplan A.Ya., Fingelkurts An.A., Fingelkurts Al.A., Borisov S.V., Darkhovsky B.S. Nonstationary nature of the brain activity as revealed by EEG/MEG: methodological, practical and conceptual challenges // Signal Processing. 2005.V.85. P. 2190-2212. ==break==Kaplan A.Ya., Borisov S.V. Dynamic Properties of Segmental Characteristics of EEG Alpha Activity in Rest Conditions and During Cognitive Tasks // Zh. Vyssh. Nerv. Deiat Im. I.P.Pavlova (I.P.Pavlov J. of Higher Nervous Activity). 2003. V.53. #1. P. 22-31 (in Russian, ISSN 0044-4677). ==break==Fingelkurts An.A., Fingelkurts Al.A., Krause C.M., Kaplan A.Ya., Borisov S.V. and Sams M. Structural (operational) synchrony of EEG alpha activity during an auditory memory task // NeuroImage. 2003. V.20. P.529-542. ==break==Kaplan A.Ya., Borisov S.V., Shishkin S.L., Ermolayev V.A. Analysis of segmental structure of EEG alpha activity in humans // Ross. Fiziol. Zh. Im. I.M.Sechenova (I.M.Sechenov Russian Physiological J.). 2002. V.88. #4. P. 432-442 (in Russian).