Muhammad Samran Navid

Muhammad Samran Navid
Radboud University Medical Centre (Radboudumc) · Department of Cognitive Neuroscience

PhD

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Introduction
I am currently working at the Donders Institute RadboudUMC in the Sleep & Memory lab. Here I am working on the association between depression and sleep using EEG. With New Zealand College of Chiropractic, I am studying the effects of chiropractic care on the neural activity. https://msnavid.com/
Additional affiliations
January 2016 - present
Aalborg University
Position
  • PhD Student
November 2013 - present
Aalborg University
Position
  • Researcher
November 2011 - December 2015
National University of Sciences and Technology
Position
  • Research Assistant
Education
September 2012 - February 2015
National University of Sciences and Technology
Field of study
  • Biomedical Engineering
August 2007 - May 2012

Publications

Publications (39)
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Certain blood biomarkers are associated with neural protection and neural plasticity in healthy people and individuals with prior brain injury. To date, no studies have evaluated the effects chiropractic care on serum brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF), insulin-like growth factor -II (IGF-II) and glial cell-derived neurotrophic factor (GDNF)...
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Abstract Background The core intrinsic connectivity networks (core-ICNs), encompassing the default-mode network (DMN), salience network (SN) and central executive network (CEN), have been shown to be dysfunctional in individuals with internalizing disorders (IDs, e.g. major depressive disorder, MDD; generalized anxiety disorder, GAD; social anxiety...
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Objective: We propose a novel cue-based asynchronous brain-computer interface(BCI) for neuromodulation via the pairing of endogenous motor cortical activity with the activation of somatosensory pathways. Methods: The proposed BCI detects the intention to move from single-trial EEG signals in real time, but, contrary to classic asynchronous-BCI s...
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Recently it has been acknowledged that the basal ganglia nuclei play a major role in cognitive control; however, the contribution by their network remains unclear. Previous studies have demonstrated the role of the subthalamic nucleus (STN) in cognitive processing and suggested that its connections to cortical and other associated regions regulate...
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This study aimed to investigate the effects of a single session of chiropractic spinal adjustment on the cortical drive to the lower limb in chronic stroke patients. In a single-blinded, randomized controlled parallel design study, 29 individuals with chronic stroke and motor weakness in a lower limb were randomly divided to receive either chiropra...
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Airflow through the left-and-right nostrils is said to be entrained by an endogenous nasal cycle paced by both poles of the hypothalamus. Yogic practices suggest, and scientific evidence demonstrates, that right-nostril breathing is involved with relatively higher sympathetic activity (arousal states), while left-nostril breathing is associated wit...
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This study aimed to investigate the effects of a single session of chiropractic spinal adjustment on the cortical drive to the lower limb in chronic stroke patients. In a single-blinded, randomized controlled parallel design study, twenty-nine individuals with chronic stroke and motor weakness in a lower limb were randomly divided to receive either...
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Introduction Efficient training methods are required for laparoscopic surgical skills training to reduce the time needed for proficiency. Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) is widely used to enhance motor skill acquisition and can be used to supplement the training of laparoscopic surgical skill acquisition. The aim of this study was to...
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Chiropractic spinal adjustments have been shown to result in short-term increases in muscle strength in chronic stroke patients, however, the effect of longer-term chiropractic spinal adjustments on people with chronic stroke is unknown. This exploratory study assessed whether 4 weeks of chiropractic spinal adjustments, combined with physical thera...
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Recently it has been acknowledged that the basal ganglia nuclei play a major role in cognitive control; however, the contribution by their network remains unclear. Previous studies have demonstrated the role of the subthalamic nucleus (STN) in cognitive processing and suggested that its connections to cortical and other associated regions regulate...
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Introduction Efficient training methods are required for laparoscopic surgical skills training to reduce the time needed for proficiency. Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) is widely used to enhance motor skill acquisition and can be used to supplement the training of laparoscopic surgical skill acquisition. The aim of this study was to...
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Stroke impairments often present as cognitive and motor deficits, leading to a decline in quality of life. Recovery strategy and mechanisms, such as neuroplasticity, are important factors, as these can help improve the effectiveness of rehabilitation. The present study investigated chiropractic spinal manipulation (SM) and its effects on resting-st...
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Study Objectives: The primary objective of this study was to investigate the effects of 4 weeks of spinal manipulation plus physical therapy, compared to physical therapy , on motor function in chronic stroke patients. Methods and material: This pragmatic parallel-group randomised controlled trial was conducted in a hospital setting in Rawalpindi,...
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Objective: This study aims to investigate whether an AI approach, can be used to assess potential neuroplastic changes in stroke patients following spinal manipulation. Method: Fourteen males, age 57.2 ±12.3 who had ischemic stroke participated in the two intervention sessions; chiropractic and sham, on separate days in random order. Time since s...
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Objective: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the impact of chiropractic spinal manipulation on the early somatosensory evoked potentials (SEPs) and resting-state electroencephalography (EEG) recorded from chronic stroke patients. Methods: Seventeen male patients (53 ± 12 years old) participated in this randomized cross-over study. The patie...
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Background The contextual interference effect suggests that the random practice of multiple-tasks is more beneficial for the retention and transfer of the learning as compared to blocked practice. Therefore, the transfer of learning is usually attributed to the contextual interference effect and is studied in a multi-task setting. Objective The go...
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Brain-computer interfaces have been proposed for stroke rehabilitation. Motor cortical activity derived from the electroencephalography (EEG) can trigger external devices that provide congruent sensory feedback. However, many stroke patients regain residual muscle (EMG: electromyography) control due to spontaneous recovery and rehabilitation; there...
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Objective: The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of different preprocessing parameters on the amplitude of median nerve somatosensory evoked potentials (SEPs). Methods: Different combinations of two classes of filters (Finite Impulse Response (FIR) and Infinite Impulse Response (IIR)), three cutoff frequency bands (0.5-1000 Hz, 3-...
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Brain-computer interfaces (BCIs), operated in a cue-based (offline) or self-paced (online) mode, can be used for inducing cortical plasticity for stroke rehabilitation by the pairing of movement-related brain activity with peripheral electrical stimulation. The aim of this study was to compare the difference in cortical plasticity induced by the tw...
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The objectives of the study were to investigate changes in pain perception and neural activity during tonic pain due to altered sensory input from the spine following chiropractic spinal adjustments. Fifteen participants with subclinical pain (recurrent spinal dysfunction such as mild pain, ache or stiffness but with no pain on the day of the exper...
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Brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) can be used to induce neural plasticity in the human nervous system by pairing motor cortical activity with relevant afferent feedback, which can be used in neurorehabilitation. The aim of this study was to identify the optimal type or combination of afferent feedback modalities to increase cortical excitability in...
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BACKGROUND AND AIM: Several pre‐processing methods are used in literature to pre‐process somatosensory evoked potentials (SEPs) signals.However, there is no agreed‐upon standardized way of performing pre‐processing for SEPs. This lead to an investigation of whether there is a difference in the measure of amplitude and latency of P22 and N30 peak in...
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The objective of this study was to construct peristimulus time histogram (PSTH) and peristimulus frequencygram (PSF) using single motor unit recordings to further characterize the previously documented immediate sensorimotor effects of spinal manipulation. Single pulse transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) via a double cone coil over the tibialis...
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The objective of this study was to construct peristimulus time histogram (PSTH) and peristimulus frequencygram (PSF) using single motor unit recordings to further characterize the previously documented immediate sensorimotor effects of spinal manipulation. Single pulse transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) via a double cone coil over the tibialis...
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Brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) have been developed for several purposes in communication, control, and rehabilitation. To use the BCI efficiently, the system must be technically tuned, and the user must learn to operate it. In this study, we investigated if the user could be trained to improve the performance of online detection of movement-relat...
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Objective: This study aimed to investigate how chiropractic care affects spinal and supraspinal nociceptive processing. Methods: Fifteen volunteers attended two sessions (full-spine chiropractic care and passive movement control) in random order, in a crossover design randomized controlled trial. As a proxy of spinal pain transmission, nociceptive...
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Motor skills are generally acquired by means of practice. This procedure comprised of acquiring particular task requirements by overruling intrinsic tendencies. The objectives of the present study were; to induce plasticity through bimanual finger tapping task; and to determine the influence of presence or absence of performance feedback on trainin...
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The accessibility to Electroencephalogram (EEG) recording systems has enabled the healthcare providers to record the brain activity of patients under treatment, during multiple sessions. Thus brain changes can be observed and evaluated. It has been shown in many studies that the EEG data are never exactly the same when recordings are done in differ...
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Automated scene analysis can classify images into semantically meaningful categories and can be achieved by various means [1][2]. In this study, we have used spatial envelope to extract features from 529 images of 3 semantic scene categories i.e. indoor, landscape and outdoor scenes. Spatial envelope was represented by a Gist descriptor, resulting...
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Brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) have been proposed for neurorehabilitation after stroke by inducing cortical plasticity. To transfer the technology from the controlled settings in the lab to the clinic several issues must be addressed. In this study, it was investigated how the performance was affected by using a universal task template to detect...
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Closed-loop BCIs have recently been proposed for neurorehabilitation. This concept can be extended to complex motor tasks by decoding the type of the attempted movement in a multi-class BCI. Therefore, the objective of this study was to detect movements from real-time EEG and classify two movement types associated with the movement kinetics. EEG tr...
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Psychometric, anatomical and functional brain studies suggest that individuals differ in the way that they perceive and analyze information and strategically control and execute movements. Inter-individual differences are also observed in neural correlates of specific and general cognitive ability. As a result, some individuals perceive and adapt t...
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The movement-related cortical potential (MRCP) is a low-frequency negative shift in the electroencephalography (EEG) recording that takes place about 2 seconds prior to voluntary movement production. MRCP replicates the cortical processes employed in planning and preparation of movement. In this study, we recapitulate the features such as signal’s...

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Continued development and testing of a Brain Computer Interface to deliver neuromodulation and aid recovery following stroke.