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Dr. Hubert deBruin

Co-Director

Integrated Biomedical Engineering & Health Sciences

Professor

Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering

Professor

McMaster School of Biomedical Engineering

Expertise:
Development of new computer-based systems and techniques for recording and analysing physiological signals in the basic research and clinical medical laboratories; Theoretical and in-vivo experimental response of motor neurons to different modes of stimulation of human compound nerves
Areas of Specialization:
Research Clusters:
Email:
Office:
ITB-A211
Phone:
+1 905.525.9140 x 24171

Overview

Research interests: The development of new computer-based systems and techniques for recording and analysing physiological signals in the basic research and clinical medical laboratories. Basic and clinical studies of nerve and muscle stimulation and recording in animals and humans. Basic and clinical studies in trans-cranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) in humans.     EEG signal processing and machine learning in neuropsychiatry.

Education

B.Eng., M.Eng., Ph.D. (McMaster, Canada)

Did you know…

When Dr. deBruin's not at work, he can be found sailing, singing in his church choir, reading and spending time with family.

Achievements

P.Eng. ; Served McMaster for 40 years ; Developed McMaster's original Electrical and Biomedical Engineering program ; Developed the Integrated Biomedical Engineering and Health Sciences program (IBEHS) at McMaster