researcher

Professor Brian Lithgow

BSc, BE, M.Eng.Sc (Melbourne)

Inventor and Principal Researcher/Investigator

Brian is currently the Leader of the Diagnostic and Neuro-signal Processing Research Group at Monash University

He also holds a Senior Research Fellowship at Monash Alfred Psychiatry Research Centre at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne, where the first clinical EVestG™ facility has been installed for the last 3 years.

Finally, he is Visiting Professor and an Adjunct Professor role at the University of Manitoba, Riverview Health Centre, Diagnostic (Neurosignal Processing Research Lab) in Winipeg Canada, where Neural Diagnostics has funded its first international EVestG™ facility to discover and validate biomarkers that differentiate Alzheimer’s disease from other dementias with similar symptoms.

Previously, Brian worked for the Royal Australian Navy as well as in Industry in positions, including Chief Electronic Design Engineer Hudson Allen Ltd. and Deputy Director of Biomedical Engineering at the Alfred Hospital.

His research interests focus on Vestibular (Meniere's Disease) and Neurological/Neurodegenerative (Schizophrenia, Depression and Parkinson's disease) diagnostics, and include modeling of the auditory and vestibular systems, tinnitus suppression, cochlear implant signal processing and the application of time-frequency and statistical signal processing techniques to speech.

His publications include more than 72 refereed publications, four patents, two book chapters and six books.

 

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