Our Research

Omniscient Neurotechnology conducts independent and collaborative research with institutions around the world. Using our Quicktome and Infinitome pipelines, we provide insight into neuropathology through advanced brain mapping and connectomic analyses.


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Highlighted Publications

Should Neurosurgeons Try to Preserve Non-Traditional Brain Networks? A Systematic Review of the Neuroscientific Evidence

April 6, 2022

A meta-analytic approach revealing the cognitive and emotional consequences of damaging brain networks in neurosurgery.

Transcranial magnetic stimulation for post-operative neurorehabilitation in neuro-oncology: a review of the literature and future directions

March 25, 2022

A retrospective assessment of the recent progression in clinical utility of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS). The end goal of a patient-specific application is discussed.

Patterns of Traditional and Nontraditional Network Involvement in Insulo-Sylvian Gliomas: An Anatomic Study using the Quicktome Platform

January 17, 2022

A retrospective investigation using Quicktome to demonstrate brain networks compromised by Glioma.

Connectivity-based parcellation of normal and anatomically distorted human cerebral cortex

November 28, 2021

As the basis for the creation of our patient-specific brain maps, this manuscript unveils the Structural Connectivity Atlas (SCA) methodology

Using Quicktome for Intracerebral Surgery: Early Retrospective Study and Proof of Concept

August 13, 2021

Using Quicktome, our team re-examined cases of intracerebral surgery and demonstrated a machine-learning approach to investigating the organization of compromised brain networks.

A Connectivity Model of the Anatomic Substrates Underlying Ideomotor Apraxia A Meta-Analysis of Functional Neuroimaging Studies

June 15, 2021

A meta-analysis revealing the network constitutents of ideomotor apraxia. We present a connectivity model to explain the determinants of this condition.

Akinetic mutism reversed by inferior parietal lobule repetitive theta burst stimulation

April 6, 2021

A case study highlighting the benefits of transcranial magnetic stimulation for restoring network functional connectivity in the DMN.

Citing our software

Infinitome Neuroscience Platform:

Omniscient Neurotechnology Pty. Ltd. (o8t) (2020). Infinitome [Computer software]. https://infinitome.o8t.com/. Sydney, Australia.

Quicktome Brain Mapping Platform:

Omniscient Neurotechnology Pty. Ltd. (o8t) (2021). Quicktome [Computer software]. https://quicktome.o8t.com/. Sydney, Australia.

Collaboration and future research

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