Kevin Otto

Pedro Gracias

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Carson A Boogaart

Carson A Boogaart

Carson Boogaart Biomedical Engineeringcboogaart@ufl.eduLinkedIn Profile

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Are the effects of microstimulation different for different brain layers? Find out here!

Morgan Urdaneta is the first author of this paper with beautiful illustrations: Layer-specific parameters of intracortical microstimulation of the somatosensory cortex [Link] to tweetorial [Link] to article

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Elizabeth OlivoPh.D. student Biomedical Engineering elizabetholivo@ufl.edu

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Dr. Malone!!

Dr. Malone!!

Ian Malone has successfully defended his thesis!

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Ian Malone paper on spinal cord stimulation published

Ian Malone 1st authored a review paper in the Journal of Neurophysiology titled Electrical epidural stimulation of the cervical spinal cord: implications for spinal respiratory neuroplasticity after spinal cord injury. Read all about it here: https://www.eneuro.org/content/9/1/ENEURO.0426-21.2021

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Dr. Seth Currlin

Dr. Seth Currlin

On November 4, Dr. Seth Currlin succeeded in defending his doctoral dissertation! Seth is an expert in multiplexed 2D and 3D mapping of human lymph node and spleen.

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Review Paper Published

Review Paper Published

Electrical epidural stimulation of the cervical spinal cord: implications for spinal respiratory neuroplasticity after spinal cord injury by first author Ian Malone is out! Read it here.

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Ian Malone is officially a Ph.D. candidate

Ian Malone is officially a Ph.D. candidate

On May 5th Ian successfully proposed his thesis topic to his committee.

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Ian Malone at Amazon

Ian Malone at Amazon

Ian Malone will be interning at Amazon Web Services this summer as a Data Scientist II intern on the the Elastic Block Store team.

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