Wired For Research

August 16, 2023

BME student Sophea Urbi Biswas
HEAD START: β€œIt’s exciting pursuing questions that have never been asked before and getting results that have never been found before,” says biomedical engineering student Sophea Urbi Biswas. (University of Rochester photo / J. Adam Fenster)

In a laboratory at the University of Rochester’s Center for Advanced Brain Imaging & Neurophysiology, Sophea Urbi Biswas ’24 pores over brain wave signals recorded from a person listening to an audiobook next door. Biswas, a senior biomedical engineering student from Bangladesh, is attempting to see if the syntactic features of the words and phrases the participant listens to are reflected in the waves picked up by the electroencephalography (EEG) cap they wear.


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