Krzysztof A. Bujarski, MD
Professor of Neurology
Director of the Dartmouth Epilepsy Center
Section Head of Epilepsy
Department of Neurology at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center
Karol Marcinkowski School of Medicine, Poznan, Poland
Neuroscience Center at Dartmouth
One Medical Center Drive
Lebanon NH 03756
I am a neurologist with fellowship training in both cognitive disorders and in epilepsy. My research interests involve the use of intracranial EEG and electrical brain stimulation to modulate behavior, especially modulation of emotional states. I am interested in application of stereotactic EEG in humans to target treatments for cognitive and psychiatric disorders.
Rotations and Thesis Projects
The student will be exposed to development of novel psychometric tasks, recording of intracranial EEG signal in humans, and utilizing electrical brain stimulation to modulate behavior.
Accelerated long-term forgetting of recall and recognition memory in people with epilepsy.
Predictive modeling of suicidal ideation in patients with epilepsy.
Modulation of Emotion Perception via Amygdala Stimulation in Humans.
Musical components important for the Mozart K448 effect in epilepsy.
Factors associated with suicidal ideation in an epilepsy center in Northern New England.
40-Hz auditory stimulation for intracranial interictal activity: A pilot study.
Nine-year prospective efficacy and safety of brain-responsive neurostimulation for focal epilepsy.
Real-world experience with direct brain-responsive neurostimulation for focal onset seizures.
Electrical stimulation of the cingulate elicits involuntary singing.
Balance and reaction time do not rapidly improve off antiseizure drugs.