Nicole Swann, Department of Human Physiology

Nicole Swann

Practice Areas: Neuroscience, Movement Disorders, Parkinson’s Disease, Women in Science

Nicole Swann is an academic expert in neuroscience, electrophysiology, and movement disorders such as Parkinson’s disease. At the University of Oregon, she is an assistant professor of human physiology. Nicole studies how different parts of the human brain interact to generate and control movements and how these processes can be disrupted in disease.

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Recent Media:
Measuring Brain Waves With EEG Could Improve Parkinson Disease Care (Neurology Times, June 26, 2019)
UO-led study finds angles in raw EEG data point to Parkinson’s (Around the O, May 21, 2019)
Hat for tuning brain zaps could improve Parkinson’s treatment (Futurity, May 17, 2018)
With strategic zaps to the brain, scientists boost memory (Quanta Magazine, Feb. 6, 2018)
NCTalks at SfN17: Nicole Swann on adaptive DBS and Parkinson’s disease (Neuro Central, Nov. 22, 2017)
Adaptive DBS May Offer Better PD Treatment Option (MedPageToday, Nov. 15, 2017)