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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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<strong>May 2017: </strong> IMEC news announcement on IMPRESS probes.

May 2017: IMEC news announcement on IMPRESS probes.

Credit: IMEC World’s first thin-silicon implantable chip for high-precision haptic prosthetics. https://phys.org/news/2017-05-world-thin-silicon-implantable-chip-high-precision.html  

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<strong>May 2017: </strong> Congratulations to Heui, Janak, and Seth for getting a publication in the Journal of Neural Engineering!

May 2017: Congratulations to Heui, Janak, and Seth for getting a publication in the Journal of Neural Engineering!

Histological evaluation of flexible neural implants; flexibility limit for reducing the tissue response? Heui Chang Lee, Fredrik Ejserholm, Janak Gaire, Seth Currlin, Jens Schouenborg,Lars Wallman, Martin Bengtsson, Kinam Park, and Kevin J Otto Published 4 May 2017 • © 2017 IOP Publishing Ltd

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<strong>April 2017: </strong>UF Receives up to $8.4 million from DoD to study brain training using electric stimulation. – Jaffee, M.

April 2017: UF Receives up to $8.4 million from DoD to study brain training using electric stimulation. – Jaffee, M.

UF Receives up to $8.4 million from DoD to study brain training using electric stimulation. – Jaffee, M.

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<strong>April 2017:</strong> Can zapping your neck help you quickly learn a foreign language?  – Swetlitz, I.

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Elliott Dirr

Elliott Dirr

Elliott Dirr Ph.D. student Biomedical Engineering edirr@ufl.edu Neural interfaces and neural stimulation

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