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  1. Nakasato N: Mission of Department of Epileptology, Epilepsy Symposium. July 19, 2018, Busan, Korea (Invited Lecture)
  2. Nakasato N: Mission of Department of Epileptology, Epilepsy Symposium. July 18, 2018, Seoul, Korea (Invited Lecture)
  3. Nakasato N, Kanno A, Ishida M, Asagi S, Kakisaka Y, Jin K: When, why and how is MEG essential to diagnose epilepsy? 12th Asian-Oceanian Congress of Neuroradiology. March 18, 2018, Taipei, Taiwan (Symposium)
  4. Nakasato N: Education and outreach activity for epilepsy in Japan. Workshop of Epilepsy, Indonesian Neurological Association and Neurology Department, Hasanuddin University. Makassar, Indonesia, July 8, 2017, Makassar, Indonesia (Invited Lecture)
  5. Nakasato N: Diagnostic strategy of adult epilepsy. EEG Workshop. July 7, 2017, Makassar, Indonesia (Invited Lecture)
  6. Nakasato N: What is epilepsy, again? The International Seminar, Medical Faculty Alkhairaat University “Knowing Epilepsy”. July 5, 2017, Palu, Indonesia (Invited Lecture)
  7. Nakasato N: My dream of epilepsy care in Japan, Indonesia and the world. The International Seminar, Medical Faculty Alkhairaat University. “Knowing Epilepsy”. July 5, 2017, Palu, Indonesia (Invited Lecture)
  8. Nakasato N: Transitioning care of patients from pediatric to adult neurology (a patient perspective). 11th Asian & Oceanian Epilepsy Congress, May 13-16, 2016, Hong Kong (Symposium).
  9. Nakasato N: Epilepsy care during a natural disaster. Epilepsy Across the Lifespan - TeleECHO Clinic, University of New Mexico, December 8, 2015, Albuquerque, New Mexco, USA (Invited Lecture)
  10. Nakasato N: Epilepsy, Educate, Change. Azerbaijan Medical University. September 10, 2015, Baku, Azerbaijan (Invited Lecture)
  11. Nakasato N, Itabashi H, Jin K, Iwasaki M, Tominaga T: Detection and localization of EEG and MEG spikes in cases with small cortical dysplasia often overlooked on MRI. The 8th Asian Epilepsy Surgery Congress. October 4-6, 2014, Tokyo (Invited Lecture)
  12. Nakasato N, Rampp S: Epilepsy: theory and grounding. The 19th International Conference on Biomagnetism. August 24-28, 2014, Halifax, Canada (Symposium)
  13. Nakasato N: MEG and EEG spike localization in cases with small FCD overlooked by MRI. Colloquium on Drug Resistant Epilepsy, August 16-18, 2013, NIMHANS, Bangalore, India (Invited Lecture)
  14. Nakasato N: Functional imaging for epilepsy surgery. The World Society for Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery, May 27-30, 2013, Tokyo (Keynote Address)
  15. Nakasato N, Tanji K, Iwasaki M, Suzuki K: ECoG based functional brain mapping in epilepsy. Taiwan Society of Clinical Neurophysiology, December 23, 2012, Taipei (Invited Lecture)
  16. Nakasato N: Epilepsy care network in Tohoku district through 3.11 disaster. Taiwan Society of Clinical Neurophysiology, December 23, 2012, Taipei (Invited Lecture)
  17. Nakasato N: Clinical application of MEG. Clinical Neurophysiology Round, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). October 23, 2012, Los Angeles (Invited Lecture)
  18. Nakasato N: Epilepsy Care in Tohoku District after the 3.11 Disaster in 2011. Clinical Neurophysiology Round, University of California, Los Angeles(UCLA). October 23, 2012, Los Angeles (Invited Lecture)
  19. Nakasato N: MEG. Asian & Oceanian Epilepsy Congress, March 24, 2012, Manila (Symposium)
  20. Nakasato N: MEG and epilepsy. Seoul National University, January 18, 2012, Seoul (Invited Lecture)
  21. Nakasato N: MEG and epilepsy. Samsung Seoul Hospital, January 17, 2012, Seoul (Invited Lecture)
  22. Nakasato N: MEG and epilepsy. Yonsei University College of Medicine, January 16, 2012, Seoul (Invited Lecture)
  23. Nakasato N: Clinical applications of MEG: current practice and future directions. December 23, 2011, National Institute of Mental Health and Neuroscience (NIMHANS), Bangalore, India (Invited Lecture)
  24. Nakasato N: Epilepsy patients in and around the tsunami-devastated area in Japan in 2011. Public Lecture for Epilepsy Foundation, India, December 22, 2011, Mumbai (Invited Lecture)
  25. Nakasato N: MEG in clinical practice. International Society for the Advancement of Clinical Magnetoencephalography, November 3-5, 2011, Las Vegas (Special Keynote Lecture)
  26. Nakasato N: Epilepsy patients in and around the tsunami-devastated area in Japan in 2011. 29th International Epilepsy Congress, August 28 - September 1, 2011, Rome (Invited Platform Session)
  27. Nakasato N: Practical reasons for applying MEG clinically. 29th International Congress of Clinical Neurophysiology (ICCN2010), October 29th, 2010, Kobe (Symposium)
  28. Nakasato N: Magnetoencephalographic evaluation of neocortical epilepsy and eloquent cortical function. 8th AOEC, Clinical Epilepsy Workshop on Epilepsy Surgery in Neocortical Epilepsy, October 20, 2010, Melbourne (Invited Lecture)
  29. Nakasato N: MEG: Separation first, orientation second and localization third. The Third Beijing International Epilepsy Forum, November 12-15, 2009, Beijing (Special Lecture)
  30. Nakasato N: Practical difference between EEG and MEG in epilepsy. Pre-Congress: Asian Symposium: Diagnosis and Treatment of Partial Onset Seizures, October 21, 2009, Hirosaki (Special Lecture)
  31. Nakasato N: MEG: Separation first, orientation second and localization third. The 13th Seoul Epilepsy Symposium, September 19, 2009, Seoul (Special Lecture)
  32. Nakasato N: Seeking application of MEG for neurosurgeons. Ground Round, Department of Neurosurgery, Seoul National University, September 18, 2009, Seoul (Invited Lecture)
  33. Nakasato N: Is MEG just a localization tool? The 2nd Biannual Conference of the International Society for the Advancement of Clinical Magnetoencephalography (ISACM), September 3-5, 2009, Athens, Greece (Round Table Discussion)
  34. Nakasato N: What's the difference beteween EEG and MEG in practice? International Workshop on Advanced Epilepsy Treatment, March 28-30 2009, Kitakyushu, Japan (Invited Lecture)
  35. Nakasato N: Magnetoencephalographic (MEG) Diagnosis of Early-Stage Cerebral Ischemia. The 11th Meeting of Hirosaki International Forum of Medical Science, March 27-28, 2009, Hirosaki, Japan (Symposium)
  36. Nakasato N: Combined Use of EEG and MEG for Presurgical Evaluation of Epilepsy. Asian Epilepsy Surgery Congress, October 25-26, 2008, Shijiazhunang, China (Symposium)
  37. Nakasato N: Use of clinical MEG beyond spike and functional mapping. International Conference on Biomagnetism, August 25-29, 2008, Sapporo (Key Note Lecture)
  38. Nakasato N, Salayev KA, Ishitobi M, Kakisaka Y, Iinuma K, Kanno A, Iwasaki M, Fujiwara S, Tominaga T: Neuromagnetic specification of frontal or parietal origin of rolandic spikes. Korean Epilepsy Society, June 27, 2008, Seoul (Joint Symposium of KES and JES)
  39. Nakasato N: Application of MEG for pediatric epilepsy Taiwan Epilepsy Society, March 15, 2008, Taipei (Special Lecture)
  40. Nakasato N: Epilepsy care in Japan: present and future Taiwan Epilepsy Society, March 15, 2008, Taipei (Symposium)
  41. Nakasato N: Impact of MEG on epilepsy surgery. Asian Epilepsy Surgery Congress, June 1-2, 2007, Seoul (Luncheon Seminar)
  42. Nakasato N: Combined EEG and MEG analysis of interictal and ictal discharges. Workshop: MEG Live: How to Analyze and Localize Functional Eloquent Cortex and Epileptic Discharges. American Clinical Neurophysiology Society, November 1-5, 2006, Chicago (Invited Lecture)
  43. Nakasato N: Clinical neuroscience. Sam Williamson Memorial Symposium, International Conference on Biomagnetism, August 21-26, 2006, Vancouver (Invited Lecture)
  44. Nakasato N, Kumabe T, Tominaga T: Magnetoencephalographic functional brain mapping and treatment of glioma. Guangzhou International Symposium of Advanced Neuro-oncology and Neurosurgery on Eloquent Areas, April 8-9, 2006, Guangzhou (Special Lecture)
  45. Nakasato N, Kumabe T, Tominaga T: Impact of neuromagnetic functional mapping for treatment of glioma. 4th Meeting of the Asian Society for Neuro-Oncology, November 4-6, 2005, Taipei (Special Lecture)
  46. Nakasato N: Conflict, concordance and compromise of scalp EEG and MEG. Seminar, Taipei Veterans General Hospital , October 4, 2005, Taipei, Taiwan (Invited Lecture)
  47. Nakasato N: Interhemispheric asymmetry of auditory-evoked and language-related magnetic fields. International Workshop on Biomagnetism & Taiwan-Japan Symposium on Superconductive Electronics, October 6-12, 2005, Taipei/Kaohsiung, Taiwan (Invited Lecture)
  48. Nakasato N. 7th Plenary Session: Development of New Applications. MEG Applications Conference, September 15-17, 2005, Xylocastro, Greece (Panelist)
  49. Nakasato N. 6th Plenary Session: Society of Clinical MEG Applications. MEG Applications Conference, September 15-17, 2005, Xylocastro, Greece (Panelist and Co-chair)
  50. Nakasato N. 5th Plenary Session: Criteria for Diagnostic Practice and Issues of Reimbursement. MEG Applications Conference, September 15-17, 2005, Xylocastro, Greece (Panelist)
  51. Nakasato N. 4th Plenary Session: Textbook Development, MEG Applications Conference, September 15-17, 2005, Xylocastro, Greece (Panelist and Co-chair)
  52. Nakasato N: State of art development of MEG and clinical applications. MEG Seminar in Huashan Hospital: State-of-Art Development of MEG and Clinical Applications, May 20, 2005, Shanghai (Invited Lecture)
  53. Nakasato N: Significance of MEG in clinical neuroscience. Biomagnetism Symposium at Yonsei University College of Medicine, May 18, 2005, Seoul (Invited Lecture)
  54. Nakasato N: Neuromagnetic sustained fields in the recognition memory task for spoken words. The 8th International Evoked Potentials Symposium, October 5-8, 2004, Fukuoka (Symposium)
  55. Nakasato N: Advantages of MEG to investigate complex epilepsy: an overview. 14th International Conference on Biomagnetism, August 8-12, 2004, Boston (Symposium)
  56. Nakasato N, Ishitobi M, Yamamoto K, Iinuma K: Possible precentral origin of benign rolandic spikes in childhood. 57th Annual Meeting of the American Epilepsy Society, December 5-10, 2003, Boston (Invited Lecture, Special Interest Group)
  57. Nakasato N: Neurophysiological, EEG, MEG, and other imaging techniques for pre-surgical evaluation of candidates: MEG. ILAE-DMC Neurophysiology in Epilepsy Skills Workshop. October 11, 2003, Lisbon (Invited Lecture)
  58. Nakasato N: Neuromagnetic localization of epilepsy. Thirteenth International Conference on Biomagnetism, August 10-15, 2002, Jena, Germany (Leading Lecture)
  59. Nakasato N: Spatiotempora resolution of MEG. 20th Annual Spring Meeting of the Korean Neurosurgical Society, April 24-26, 2002, Jeju (Breakfast Seminar)
  60. Nakasato N: Electro- and magnetophysiology for glioma surgery. 20th Annual Spring Meeting of the Korean Neurosurgical Society, April 24-26, 2002, Jeju (Special Lecture)
  61. Nakasato N: Neuromagnetic localization of epilepsy. 20th Annual Spring Meeting of the Korean Neurosurgical Society, April 24-26, 2002, Jeju (Special Lecture)
  62. Nakasato N: Clinical Application of MEG. Gil Medical Hospital, April 22, 2002, Inchon (Invited Lecture)
  63. Nakasato N, Shamoto H, Iwasaki M, Nagamatsu K, Kanno A, Hatanaka K, Shimizu H, Yoshimoto T: Neuromagnetic localization of interictal spike discharges correlates with postoperative seizure outcome. International Symposium of Brain Electromagnetic Topography, March 8-10, 2002, Utsunomiya (Symposium)
  64. Nakasato N: Clinical significance of magnetoencephalography in localizing epilepsy. The International Symposium on Electromagnetics in Biology and Medicine, April 2-4, 2001, Tokyo (Symposium)
  65. Nakasato N, Kawamura T, Jokura H, Takahashi A, Yoshimoto T: Does central sulcus move functionally in patients with Rolandic AVM? -A magnetoencephalographic study. Third International Symposium on Cerebral and Spinal Cord AVM. April 23-24, 2000, Tokyo (Luncheon Seminar)
  66. Nakasato N, Kumabe T, Ohtomo S, Kanno A, Kayama T, Yoshimoto T. Source localization and latency delay of auditory evoked magnetic fields in patients with temporal lobe tumors. Second International Symposium of Brain Tumor Pathology, May 12-13, 2000, Nagoya (Symposium)
  67. Nakasato N: Clinical significance of high temporal resolution in neuromagnetism. 12th International Conference on Biomagnetism, August 13-16, 2000, Helsinki (Keynote Lecture)
  68. Nakasato N, et al: Functional reorganization in cerebral cortex with brain tumors revealed by MEG and fMRI. 5th International Conference on Functional Mapping of the Human Brain June 23-26, 1999, Duesseldorf (Presidential Symposium)
  69. Nakasato N: Anatomo-functional correspondence in hand sensori-motor cortices revealed by MEG, fMRI and intraoperative cortical stimulation, XI International Congress of EMG and Clinical Neurophysiology, September 7 - 11, 1999, Prague (Symposium)
  70. Nakasato N: Neuromagnetic Evaluation of intractable epilepsy. 2nd Congress of Asian & Oceanian Epilepsy Organization. November 5-8, 1998, Taipei (Symposium)
  71. Nakasato N, Inoue T, Takahashi A, Kanno A, Hatanaka K, Shimizu H, Kumabe T, Yoshimoto T: Combination of magnetoencephalography (MEG) and functional magnetic resonance imaging (FMRI) for neurosurgical mapping of the sensory and motor cortices. 20th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. October 29 - November 1, 1998, Hong Kong (Symposium)
  72. Nakasato N, Kanno A, Hatanaka K, Ohtomo S, Inoue T, Shimizu H, Kumabe T, Sato K, Yoshimoto T: MEG, fMRI and intraoperative cortical stimulation for neurosurgical brain mapping. 11th International Conference on Biomagnetism, August 28 - September 2, 1998, Sendai (Symposium)
  73. Nakasato N: Magnetophysiology and Electrophysiology in Clinical Neuroscience. Advanced Biomagnetism in Biomedical Engineering and Neuroscience (Satellite Symposium on Biomag98), August 27, 1998, Tokyo (Symposium)
  74. Nakasato N: Functional brain mapping using MEG and awake surgery. Seminar in Neurosurgery, Toolo Hospital, Helsinki University, October 30, 1997, Helsinki (Invited Lecture)
  75. Nakasato N: Experience in magnetic source imaging (MSI) in neurosurgical planning. Seminar in Biomagnetism Laboratory, Helsinki University Central Hospital, October 28, 1997, Helsinki(Invited Lecture)
  76. Nakasato N, Ohtomo S, Kanno A, Hatanaka K, Seki K, Kawamura T, Kumabe T, Takahashi A, Jokura H, Mizoi K, Yoshimoto T: Presurgical functional mapping of the eloquent cortices using an MRI-linked Whole-head MEG system. Second Congress of the International Society for Neurosurgical Instrument Inventors, July 3-5, 1997, Berlin (Special Lecture)
  77. Nakasato N, Kumabe T, Kanno A, Ohtomo S, Mizoi K, Yoshimoto T: Cortical auditory function in cases with temporal lobe tumors evaluated by an MRI-linked whole head MEG system. Third Pan-Pacific Conference on Brain Topography, April 1-4, 1997, Urayasu(Symposium)
  78. Nakasato N, Shirane R, Hatanaka K, Kanno A, Takahashi A, Yoshimoto T: Neuromagnetic evaluation of pediatric brain diseases: Japanese and Canadian International Workshop: Development of Synaptic Transmission in Mental Retardation, March 6-7, 1997, Tokyo (Symposium)
  79. Nakasato N, Yoshimoto T: Clinical application of auditory evoked magnetic fields. International Symposium on Brain Mapping, September 13-15, 1996, Oiso(Symposium)
  80. Nakasato N: Presurgical localization of eloquent cortices using an MRI-linked whole head MEG system. Tenth International Conference on Biomagnetism, February 16-21, 1996, Santa Fe, New Mexico (Symposium)
  81. Nakasato N: MRI-linked whole head MEG system and presurgical decision making. The Tenth Tokyo Institute of Psychiatry International Symposium on "Visualization of Information Processing in the Human Brain: Recent Advances in MEG and Functional MRI", October 12-13, 1995, Tokyo (Symposium)
  82. Nakasato N, Seki K, Kanno A, Kawamura T, Ohtomo S, Fujita S, Hatanaka K, Yoshimoto T: Comparison of MEG- and EEG-map patterns by two occipital sources in visual evoked responses for full filed stimuli. The 6th International Congress of the International Society for Brain Electromagnetic Topography (ISBET), October 10-12, 1995, Tokushima (Symposium).
  83. Nakasato N: Clinical applications of a MRI-linked whole head MEG system. Seminar on Magnetic Source Imaging (MEG), University of British Columbia, Department of Radiology, Dec 15, 1994, Vancouver (Invited Lecture)
  84. Nakasato N: The whole head MEG: focal or extended cortical sources?, Seminar in Department of Neurology, Montreal Neurological Institute, December 12, 1994, Montreal (Invited Lecture)
  85. Nakasato N: Presurgical functional brain mapping using a MRI-linked whole head MEG system. Neurosurgical Grand Round, Montreal Neurological Institute, December 12, 1994, Montreal(Invited Lecture)
  86. Nakasato N, Seki K, Kawamura K, Shimizu H, Fujiwara S, Yoshimoto T: Functional brain mapping using a MRI-linked whole head magnetoencephalography (MEG) system. The Fifth International Evoked Potentials Symposium, September 4-7, 1994, Milan (Symposium)
  87. Nakasato N: Clinical application of magnetoencephalography (MEG). Joint Symposium of Tohoku University Medical School and Asan Medical Center. Nov 18, 1993, Seoul (Symposium)
  88. Nakasato N, Fujita S, Tamura I, Fujiwara S, Yoshimoto T: The whole head magnetoencephalography revealed functional asymmetry of human auditory evoked cortical response. 9th International Conference on Biomagnetism, Aug 14-20, 1993, Vienna (Symposium)