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Janak Gaire

Janak Gaire

Dr. Janak Gaire Post-Doc Neuroscience jgaire@ufl.edu Tissue-device interfaces and neural implants [expand title=”Read more”] Janak completed his B.S. in Biology, with a minor in chemistry from the University of North Texas in 2010. For a year, he worked with Dr. Guenter W. Gross at Center for Network Neuroscience to develop ways to increase the durability […]

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Matthew McDermott (2010 – 06/2017)

Matthew McDermott (2010 – 06/2017)

Matthew McDermott Ph.D. student Biomedical Engineering m.mcdermott1984@ufl.edu Drug delivery, and brain-machine interfaces [expand title=”Read more”] Matthew completed his B.S. in Chemistry at Purdue University in 2007, while also receiving a minor in Biology. He worked for two years at Akina Inc. where he developed homologous PLGA micro and nano particles for the use in sustained […]

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Hugh Lee (2012 – 12/2016)

Hugh Lee (2012 – 12/2016)

Heui Chang (Hugh) Lee Post-Doc Biomedical Engineering hclee83@ufl.edu Neural implants, tissue-device interfaces, and neurostimulation [expand title=”Read more”] Hugh received a BS in Hanyang University and M.S. in Seoul National University, both in electrical engineering. While he was working at KIST in Man-Machine Interface lab for one and a half year, he developed his interest in […]

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Kaileigh Rock

Kaileigh Rock

Kaileigh Rock BSc student Biomedical Engineering kaileighrock@ufl.edu [expand title=”Read more”] Kaileigh is a third year biomedical engineering major at the University of Florida with a specialization in Neural Engineering. This is Kaileigh’s first experience in a research setting, and she is very excited for the opportunity to work in the NPR lab.[/expand]

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<strong>July 2015:</strong> Dr. Otto is featured in the latest version of the UF BME magazine Crosslink!

July 2015: Dr. Otto is featured in the latest version of the UF BME magazine Crosslink!

Dr. Kevin Otto joined the department as an associate professor under the Neuroscience and the Brain initiative. His research is in the area of systems neural engineering. Specific laboratory research interests include neuroprostheses, brain-machine interfaces, neural applications of BioMEMS, and assessing and optimizing neural implant lifetime and biocompatibility. Dr. Otto received his Ph.D. in Bioengineering […]

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Dr. Kevin J. Otto

Dr. Kevin J. Otto

Dr. Kevin J. Otto Professor kevin.otto@bme.ufl.edu LinkedIn Profile Twitter (@OttoKev) Neural engineering, device-tissue interfaces, and neurostimulation [expand title=”Read more”]Dr. Kevin J. Otto received the BS degree in chemical engineering from Colorado State University in 1997, the MS degree in Bioengineering in 2002 and the PhD Degree in Bioengineering in 2003 from Arizona State University, Tempe. […]

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Anthony Au

Anthony Au is a senior in the Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering. He joined the NPR Lab in the 2012 as an undergraduate volunteer. He hopes to attain a Master’s Degree in Biomedical Engineering and pursue a career involving neural engineering.

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Anna Filley

Anna is a Sophomore in Biomedical Engineering and joined the NPR lab summer of 2011. She received College of Science Dean’s Choice Award at 2012 Purdue University Undergraduate Poster Competition (primary author: A Filley). She also received College of Engineering Student’s Choice Award at 2013 Purdue University Undergraduate Poster Competition (primary author: A Filley).

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