Sean Mathieson completed a BSc in Biology in Bath and an MSc in Neuroscience at UCL. Dr Mathieson trained and worked as a Clinical Physiologist at Great Ormond Street hospital from 2001-2009 in the neurophysiology department. He then worked at UCL/UCLH, London until 2016 on 2 research grants to test the ANSeR automated seizure detection algorithm for neonatal EEG, developed by researchers at UCC, Cork, Ireland. During this time he studied for a PhD which involved analysis of various aspects of the performance of the ANSeR algorithm. He is currently working at UCC on the ENRICH study to investigate the effect of environmental enrichment on infant sleep and cognitive development.
JTEHM, Articles, Published ArticlesTowards a Personalized Real-Time Diagnosis in Neonatal Seizure Detection
Andriy Temko, Achintya Kr. Sarkar, Geraldine B. Boylan, Sean Mathieson, William P. Marnane, Gordon Lightbody
The problem of creating a personalized seizure detection algorithm for newborns is tackled in this paper. A probabilistic framework for semi-supervised adaptation of a generic patient-independent neonatal seizure detector is proposed. A system that is based on a combination of... Read more
Posted on 13 SEP 2017