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This laser, shown here running a function test, is used to machine the tips-sensing electrodes to prepare them for coating with synthetic diamond.
A batch of sensing electrodes is coated with synthetic diamond to increase effective durability and life span for chronic use.
WINCS Harmoni is a combined sensing and electrical stimulation device that can measure and characterize real-time in vivo neurochemical activity changes and use those measurements in a feedback control system to control neurochemical release. When combined with diamond-coated electrodes, this technology forms the basis of the lab's chronic neuromodulation feedback control system.
A researcher in the Neural Engineering Lab examines white matter connections in the brain via diffusion tensor imaging, an advanced MRI technique.
The Neural Engineering Laboratory at Mayo Clinic is advancing neuromodulation knowledge and technology.
The Neural Engineering Laboratory studies closed-loop neuromodulation and spinal cord neuromodulation.
The Neural Engineering Laboratory offers educational and training opportunities.
Mayo Clinic hosts biennial symposia on the White House's Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies (BRAIN) Initiative.
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