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Congratulations Janak Gaire and team for Scientific Reports Publication!

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<strong>October 2016:</strong> NPR Lab presenting at BMES in Minneapolis.

October 2016: NPR Lab presenting at BMES in Minneapolis.

The NPR Lab is proud to have Janak Gaire and Matthew McDermott representing us at the 2016 BMES Annual Meeting in Minneapolis this week.  Janak will be giving a talk on a novel mouse model expressing endogenous fluorophores while Matthew will be presenting a poster on drug release of coated neural devices.

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<strong>August 2016:</strong> NPR lab presents research at the 8th International IEEE EMBS Neural Engineering Conference in Orlando, Florida.

August 2016: NPR lab presents research at the 8th International IEEE EMBS Neural Engineering Conference in Orlando, Florida.

Dr. Kevin Otto (center-left) and members of his lab attended the 8th International IEEE EMBS Neural Engineering Conference in Orlando, Florida to present research on neural prosthetic interfaces. Graduate student Matthew McDermott gave an oral presentation (center-right and bottom left) titled, “The Effect of Multiple Thin-Film Coatings of Protein Loaded Sol-Gel on Total Multi-Electrode Array […]

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Roy Lycke (2012-07/2014)

Roy Lycke graduated with a B.S. and a M.S. in computer engineering from the Iowa State University in 2011 and 2012 respectively. At Iowa State he worked with Dr. Santosh Pandey in bioengineering and the analysis of C. elegans. He desires to bring his engineering perspective to the field of brain machine interfaces and neuroprostheses. […]

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Alan Truong (2010 – 07/2014)

Alan Truong completed his B.S. in Bioengineering at the University of Utah in 2010. Currently he is pursuing a PhD in Biomedical Engineering at Purdue University. He joined the Neuroprostheses Research Laboratory in the fall of 2010 and is currently involved in Parkinson’s disease research.

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Ryan Verner (2013-07/2014)

Ryan Verner completed his B.S. in Biomedical Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis in December of 2012. During his undergraduate studies, he worked in the Electrical and Optical Neuroimaging Lab under Dr. Linda Larson-Prior and in Dr. Daniel Moran’s Brain-Computer Interfacing Lab. A majority of his research focused on ECoG data analysis in humans […]

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