About Cortical Dynamics Limited

Cortical Dynamics Limited (“Cortical”) is a medical device company focused on developing the next generation brain function monitors by employing the latest theories and technologies to the field. Using the electroencephalogram (“EEG”), Cortical has adopted a revolutionary approach to brain function monitoring that focuses on a better understanding of the mechanisms that produce EEG activity. Cortical’s product the Brain Anaesthesia Response monitoring system (BARM) has been developed to detect the effect of anaesthetic agents on brain activity and assist anaesthetists in keeping patients optimally anaesthetised.

Cortical has developed an extensive patent portfolio encapsulating the BAR monitoring system and its physiologically based algorithms, with granted patents throughout Australia, New Zealand, the United States, Japan, the People’s Republic of China, U.K., Germany, France, Sweden and other European countries.

For further information on Cortical and its BAR monitoring system follow the link below:

CDL Papers

TJ Liley, Nicholas C Sinclar, Tarmo Lipping, Bjorn Heyse, Hugo EM Vereecke, Michel MRF Struys. Propofol and Remifentanil Differentially Modulate Frontal Electroencephalographic Activity.pdf (2010)

Anesthesiology 2010; 113:1-1 Editorial Disentangling Hypnos from His Poppies.pdf

David T.J.Liley, Kate Leslie, Nicolas C. Sinclair and Martin Feckie. Dissociating the effects of nitrous oxide on brain electrical activity using time series modeling.pdf (2008) doi:10.1016/j.compbiomed.2008.08.011

Bojak I and Liley DTJ. Neurocomputing (2007) 10-12:2085-2090

van Veen L and Liley DTJ . Physical Review Letters (2006) 97: 208101

Liley D.T.J. et al. (2005). Electroencephalogram at mesoscopic scales. In A.C. Scott, Encyclopedia of Nonlinear Science. Fitzroy Dearborn,London.

Liley D.T.J et al. (2005). J. Clin Neurophysiology, 22:300-13.

Bojak I et al. (2005). Pyscal Review E, 71: 041902.

Liley D.T.J. et al. (2005). A.C. Scott, Encyclopedia of Nonlinear Science. Fitzroy Dearborn, London.

Lu K. et al. (2004). Human Psychopharmacology,19(7): 457-65.

Erskine F.F. et al. (2004). Human Psychopharmacology,19: 503-9.

Bojak I, et al. (2004). Neurocomputing,50-60: 1197-1203.

Hughes J.M. et al. (2004). International Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology,7: 9-17.

Liley D.T.J. et al. (2003). Physcal Review E, 68: 051906

Dafilis M.P. et al. (2002). Computers and Graphics,26: 971-976.

Liley D.T.J., et al. (2002). Network-Computation in Neural Systems, 13:67-113.

Dafilis M.P. et al. (2001). Chaos, 11:474-478.

Liley D.T.J. (2000). Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 23:407-408.

Liley D.T.J.et al. (1999). A continuum theory of electro-cortical activity. In J.M. Bower Computational Neuroscience:Trends in Research 1999. Elsevier Science, Amsterdam.

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Liley D.T.J. (1997). A continuum model of the mammalian alpha rhythm. In F.L. Silva, J.C. Príncipe and L.B. Almeida Spatiotemporal Models in Biological and Artificial Systems, pages 89-96. IOS Press, Amsterdam.