Kevin Otto

Enabling Students With Learning Disabilities/ADHD to Outperform In Your Class

Dr. Scott Thourson is presenting a teaching workshop open to faculty or people in charge of communication in COE, BME, MSE, MBI, (non-STEM just as important!). Please register and attend to learn more about working with these students! Workshop title: Enabling Students With Learning Disabilities/ADHD to Outperform In Your Class Date: Thursday, November 14th, 2:30-4:00pm Location: 201 Bryant Space Science Center​ […]

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Alexander S Lim

Alexander S Lim

Alexander S Lim (Xander)Biomedical Engineeringalexanderlim@ufl.eduPeripheral nerve interfaces/TEENI

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BMES 2019

BMES 2019

The 2019 annual biomedical engineering society meeting was a great conference! We had a large group presenting NPRlab research.

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What You Need Before You Proceed

What You Need Before You Proceed

Dr. Scott Thourson, an NPRlab post-doc, recently gave an amazing presentation to the graduate school entitled ‘What You Need Before You Proceed: Finding and Filling the Gaps in Your Academic Training.” He helped us identify deficits in our training and make a plan to proceed and succeed academically. See the full lecture here.

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Anastasia Valimaki

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Ramya Saldanha

Ramya Saldanha

Ramya Saldanha Biomedical Engineering rsaldanha@ufl.edu

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Jason Marshall presented in SNIP poster session

Jason Marshall presented in SNIP poster session

Jason Marshall, an undergraduate Neuroscience student from Amherst College in Massachusetts presented his work on polymerizing PEDOT: PSS in agarose hydrogels at the SNIP poster session.

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NPR lab at IEEE EMBS in Germany

NPR lab at IEEE EMBS in Germany

Morgan Urdaneta and Elliot Dirr presented their work at the IEEE EMBS conference.

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Dewberry a Ph.D. Candidate

Congratulations to L. Savannah Dewberry for passing her qualifying examination. Now that she has proposed, she is a Ph.D. candidate. It’s time to work hard and accomplish the goals she has laid out for herself.

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Hunter Hakimian

Hunter Hakimian

Hunter Hakimian Biomedical Engineering hakimianh13@ufl.edu Neural interfaces and neural stimulation

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Congratulations to NPR lab 2019 Graduates!

Congratulations to NPR lab 2019 Graduates!

Congratulations to all graduating undergraduate students! Great job Annie Gormaley, Adrienne Widener, Aaron Czeiszperger, Felicia Sedwick, Fernando Garcia, Avi Matarasso, Youssef Elbanna, and Anastasia Valimaki! Congratulations to graduating Masters students Jesus Peñaloza, Abhijit Pattanshetti, Minhal Yusufali, and Valdimir Talley!!

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