Research

     London Health Sciences Centre’s EMG Lab (located at University Hospital) has been a nationally recognized teaching and training centre in EMG for residents and fellows for over 20 years.

     Electromyographers from all over the world have completed their EMG and/or Neuromuscular training under the watchful eye of experienced physicians and technologists in the LHSC EMG lab, all of whom are experts and well published in the field of EMG and neuromuscular disease.

     Over 3500 patients are studied in the EMG laboratory each year with a full variety of studies ranging from simple nerve conduction studies to complex studies of neuromuscular transmission or the central motor pathways. Research projects including multi-centre trials, multi-disciplinary projects and case reports provide residents and fellows opportunities to further their academic careers.

 

Publications (Peer reviewed journals and book chapters)

Watson BV, Brown WF, Doherty TJ

        

Keith, J.,   Nicolle MW,  Tugaleva, E.,  Shkrum, M.,  Bilbao, J.,  Hammond, R.

     

Nicolle MWDoherty TJAlgahtani H.

  

Venance SLNicolle MW

Watson BV,   Nicolle MWBrown JD

       

Nicolle MW,   Watson BV

    

Watson BV,  Rose-Innes A, Engstrom JW, Brown JD

  

Watson BV,  Parkes AWBrown JD  

     

Watson BVBrown WF

  

Watson BV,  Merchant RN,  Brown WF

  

Brown WFWatson BV

  

Watson BV,  Algahtani HBroome RJBrown JD

 

Training

     Various training opportunities are available through the LHSC EMG Lab, including Fellowships, and the annual Neuromuscular Conference and EMG workshop.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Last Updated August 27, 2010 | © 2007, LHSC, London Ontario Canada