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Research projects in the Neural Engineering Laboratory explore various aspects of neuromodulation and deep brain stimulation (DBS).
The Neuroimaging Project team studies changes in the brain during DBS, with the goal of identifying biomarkers for DBS feedback mechanisms.
The Smart DBS Project team is working on creating software and algorithms for a closed-loop DBS system.
The Electrode Development Project team is building, testing and refining an electrode for long-term DBS use.
The Spinal Cord Injury Project team is working to help restore movement for patients who have been paralyzed by spinal cord injuries.
The Neural Engineering Lab works with collaborators from Mayo Clinic and around the world to advance research efforts.
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