Our research applies innovations in flexible electronics to
create new technology for interfacing with the brain at a much finer scale and with broader coverage than previously possible. We create new tools for neuroscience research and technology to diagnose and treat neurological disorders, such as epilepsy. Using these tools, we collaborate with neuroscientists and clinicians to explore the fundamental properties of brain networks in both health and disease. Our research program works closely with industry, including filing five patents and several licensing agreements. Our work has also been featured as cover articles in Science Translational Medicine and Nature Materials, and has also appeared in Nature Neuroscience, the Journal of Neurophysiology, and Brain.
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Department of Biomedical Engineering
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Durham, NC 27708
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