Nathan Crone, M.D.
is an Associate Professor of Neurology and director of the Cognitive Neurophysiology and Brain-Machine Interface Laboratory. Dr. Crone leads a long-standing research program using intracranial EEG to study human brain mechanisms of language, attention, and motor function. This research is carried out in patients undergoing intracranial EEG monitoring prior to epilepsy surgery. Dr. Crone serves as an attending neurologist in the Johns Hopkins Hospital where his clinical work focuses on the management of drug-resistant epilepsy, electroencephalography, and intraoperative monitoring. Dr. Crone's technical expertise is in the fields of cognitive neuroscience and neurophysiology, including the rapid characterization and application of human neurophysiological responses for both functional brain mapping and brain-machine interfaces.