1/19 Congrats to Cassie for the paper published in Biomaterials.
11/18 The lab presented multiple posters at the Annual Society of Neuroscience meeting in San Diego.
8/18 Congratulations to Shubham and rest of the team for the paper accepted for publication.
7/18 Congratulations to Shubham for passing his Phd defense.
6/18 Noeline and Abhishek attended and presented posters at the Neural Interfaces Conference in Minnesota.
5/18 Congratulations to Ziqian for passing his Phd defense.
4/18 Abhishek gave a talk titled “Blood-brain barrier (BBB) disruption in intracortical silicon micro electrode implants” at the Gordon Research Conference on Neuroelectronic Interfaces at Galveston, TX.
4/18 Congratulations to Santi and Katie for their paper accepted in Biomedical Physics & Engineering Express titled “EEG-controlled functional electrical stimulation for hand opening and closing in chronic complete cervical spinal cord injury“.
3/18 Our undergrads presented posters at the UM’s Research, Creativity, and Innovation Forum (RCIF) and won 2 of the top 3 Best Poster Awards. Congrats to Bryan (1st place) and Sebastian (2nd place) for the Poster Awards.
2/18 The lab welcomes Anabel who started as a Research Associate
1/18 Congrats to Shubham for completing his Phd proposal
12/17 Congrats to Santi for defending his Masters in Biomedical Engineering
11/17 Cassie, Noeline, Raja, and Shubham presented their posters at the Annual Society for Neuroscience (SfN) Conference in Washington, DC
8/17 The lab welcomes Michelle Nguyen who started as a Postdoctoral Research Scientist.
7/17 Noeline presented a poster at the Progress in Motor Control (PMC XI) Conference in Miami
5/17 Congratulations to Brandon for graduating and getting accepted into the UF PhD program
4/17 Abhishek invited to present research update at the UM BioNIUM monthly seminar series
10/16 Neural Interfaces lab presented multiple posters at the Neural Engineering Symposium at the Miami Project to Cure Paralysis. Abhishek presented and co-chaired with Michael Hoffer, MD a Neurotechnology session at the symposium.
09/16 Congratulations to Shubham for receiving the Award for Best Impact Research in the BME Research Day
09/16 Congratulations to Shubham and Ziqian for their abstracts selected for podium presentation at the UM BME Research Day
08/16 Bharti and Katie presented their posters in IEEE EMBC in Orlando
08/16 The lab welcomes Noeline Prins, PhD who started her Postdoc in Fall
07/16 Congratulations to Anette Pico on defending her MS thesis
06/16 The lab receives funding from Wallace H. Coulter Foundation for studying electrode failure mechanisms
05/16 Congratulations to Katie Gant for defending her PhD dissertation titled “Autonomous brain-controlled functional electrical stimulation for grasp and release in complete cervical spinal cord injury”.
05/16 The lab welcomes Cassie and Raja who began their PhD work this summer
04/16 Abhishek invited to present in the UM Department of Computer Science Seminar
04/16 Abhishek chairs and presents at the Neurotechnology session at the 13th Annual Conference of Society for Brain Mapping and Therapeutics in Miami
12/15 Abhishek receives the 2015 Eliahu I. Jury Early Career Research Award
11/15 Katie presents a poster in SfN conference
11/15 Ziqian, Katie, and Shubham present their poster in the BMES conference in Tampa
10/15 Abhishek receives the 2015 New Innovator Award from NIH
09/15 The lab welcomes Bharti Sharma, PhD who started her Postdoc in Fall
05/15 Congratulations to Noeline Prins on defending her PhD dissertation titled “Synchronous control of a reinforcement learning based brain-machine interface with biological feedback”.
03/15 Abhishek invited to present in the UM Department of Physiology and Biophysics Seminar
03/15 Congratulations to Remy and Giovanni for winning the Best Poster Award in the UM RCIF
03/15 Abhishek receives the Discovery Award from Department of Defense
01/15 Additional funding received on the project “Autonomous brain controlled functional electrical stimulation for reach and grasp in chronic cervical spinal cord injury” from Advanced Brain Monitoring.