Objectives of Neuromonitoring Working Group

Neuromonitoring describes the use of brain monitoring tools in newborns who may be at risk for neurological disorders.

Such tools include Electroencephelogram (EEG) which provide continuous appraisal of brain activity patterns in neonates. This monitoring can help diagnose, evaluate or monitor seizure disorders, or changes in behaviour.

Our neuroimaging group have come together to share their expertise and research to progress the developments in the field of neuromonitoring.

Neuromonitoring Working Group Members

Professor Geraldine Boylan

Professor of Neonatal Physiology, University College Cork & Director of The Irish Centre for Maternal and Child Health Research (INFANT)

Professor Eugene Dempsey

Consultant Neonatologist, CUMH & Clinical Professor of Paediatrics, UCC

Professor Afif El-Khuffash

Neonatologist, The Rotunda Hospital, Dublin & Clinical Professor of Paediatrics, RCSI

Dr Sean Mathieson

Neurophysiologist, INFANT Centre, UCC

Dr John O'Toole

Research Fellow and Investigator, INFANT Centre, Cork University Hospital