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Our group, the Brain Interfacing Laboratory, explores basic motor systems neuroscience and neuroengineering applications. We are interested in understanding how the brain controls movement and recovers from injury, particularly within the context of recording populations of neurons. We are also interested in the applicability of brain-machine interfaces as a platform technology for a variety of brain-related medical conditions, particularly stroke and epilepsy. Our work spans both preclinical models and human clinical studies.
Our group explores neuroengineering and its application to both basic and clinical neuroscience. Our goal is to develop brain-machine interfaces as a platform technology for a variety of brain-related medical conditions including stroke and epilepsy.