Neurotechnologies to Help the Body Move, Heal and Feel Again
- Wearable Brain-Machine Interface Architectures for Monitoring and Regulation of Cognitive Arousal and Fatigue — Dr. Rose T. Faghih
- Three-dimensional Macro-scale Micro-structure Imaging with Deep Ultraviolet Excitation — Dr. David Mayerich
- An EEG Wearable Headset Research and Development: Sideline Concussion Assessment for Athletes — Dr. Jeff Feng
- Finding attractive problems in medical research: Magnetic Robotics — Dr. Aaron Becker
- Challenges and Opportunities in Translational Research for Brain-Computer/Machine Interfaces — Dr. Jose Luis (Pepe) Contreras-Vidal
- The necessity of foundational studies supporting technology development — Dr. Charles Layne
- Non-invasive Brain Stimulation to Improve Clinical Outcomes — Dr. Pranav Parikh
- Imaging tissue hemodynamics in-vivo with near infrared spectroscopy: novel instruments and clinical applications — Dr. Luca Pollonini
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