Kevin Otto

Valdimir Talley III

Valdimir Talley III

Valdimir Talley III (JT) Masters student Biomedical Engineering talleyv3@ufl.edu Neural Integration and Drug Delivery

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Min Yusufali

Minhal Yusufali (Min) Masters Student Biomedical Engineering muhammady@ufl.edu

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Savannah Dewberry

Savannah Dewberry

Savannah Dewberry Ph.D. student Biomedical Engineering ls.dewberry@ufl.edu Neurostimulation and chronic pain  

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October 2017: Dr. Kevin Otto appears on Neural Implant Podcast

October 2017: Dr. Kevin Otto appears on Neural Implant Podcast

Dr. Otto discusses device failure and mapping peripheral neurons in the Neural Implant Podcast.  

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<strong>October 2017: </strong> Janak, Kaitlynn, and Nick represent the NPR Lab at BMES in Phoenix

October 2017: Janak, Kaitlynn, and Nick represent the NPR Lab at BMES in Phoenix

Thank you to Janak Gaire, Kaitlynn Olczak, and Nick Hilborn for representing the NPR Lab with their talks and presentations at BMES this year!          

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Ian Malone

Ian Malone

Ian Malone Ph.D. student Electrical Engineering malonei@ufl.edu  

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Ray Ward

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Morgan Urdaneta

Morgan Urdaneta

Morgan Urdaneta Ph.D. student Interdisciplinary Science with specialization in Neuroscience morgan.urdaneta@ufl.edu Neural Interfaces and Neurostimulation

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<strong>June 2017: </strong> Dr. Matthew McDermott successfully defended his dissertation.

June 2017: Dr. Matthew McDermott successfully defended his dissertation.

Congratulations to Dr. Matthew McDermott for successfully defending his dissertation!

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<strong>May 2017: </strong> Dr. Kevin Otto co-hosts a Reddit AMA with Dr. Karim Oweiss on DARPA TNT project.

May 2017: Dr. Kevin Otto co-hosts a Reddit AMA with Dr. Karim Oweiss on DARPA TNT project.

Science AMA Series: We’re Karim Oweiss & Kevin Otto, engineering professors at the University of Florida and PIs in DARPA’s Targeted Neuroplasticity Training program. We both enjoy helping people with neurological injuries and disorders. AUA! from science

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