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Intracranial Pressure Monitoring

We study intracranial pressure (ICP) signals for diagnosis and treatment of wide-ranging neurological and neurosurgical disorders. Our foci lie on the identification of macro-patterns (A and B waves) that are seen in subjects with these pathologies and on modeling the mechanisms governing the ICP signal.

Our goal is to characterize and classify ICP signals to be able to automatize ICP interpretation. It is hypothesize d that ICP signals should be analyzed for recognition of new patterns that might modify the classic view of A and B waves generally accepted until now.

Our work involve interdisciplinary experimental research rooted in biomedical engineering and signal processing bridging clinical measurements, signal processing, modeling and statistical analysis of long-term ICP monitoring as individual and grouped monitoring data.

This project is part of Copenhagen CSF Study Group, cphcsf.dk and in collaboration which University Clinic of Neurosurgery, Rigshospitalet and Department of Neuroscience, University of Copenhagen.




Educational Research in medical imaging and biomedical instrumentation

We perform research on both program level and course level in order to improve student motivation, student learning and student retention. Foci are on both e-learning technologies (such as peer-review, interactive educational software, targeted student guiding via learning management systems) and multi-sensorial learning.


Jens E. Wilhjelm
DTU Health Tech
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