I am a neural prosthetics researcher at the NPTL and the NPSL under Jaimie Henderson and Krishna Shenoy.
My interests are in neuroengineering and its application to both basic and clinical neuroscience.
The goal of my work is to develop communication and motor prosthetics for people suffering from paralysis.
Specifically, I focus on the development and translation of intracortical neural prosthetics in both basic and clinical studies.
My work includes:
development and testing of decoding algorithms
optimization of prosthetic interfaces
demonstration of practical and clinical utility
evaluation of long-term system stability
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