Aysegul Gunduz

Longitudinal Follow-up of Impedance Drift in Deep Brain Stimulation Cases

J. Wong, A. Gunduz, J. Shute, R. Eisinger, S. Cernera, K.W.D. Ho, D. Martinez-Ramirez, L. Almeida, C.A. Wilson, M.S. Okun & C.W. Hess, “Longitudinal Follow-up of Impedance Drift in Deep Brain Stimulation Cases,” accepted, 2018.

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Evolving applications, technological challenges and future opportunities in neuromodulation: Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Deep Brain Stimulation Think Tank

A. Ramirez-Zamora, J.J. Giardano, A. Gunduz, P. Brown, et al., M.S. Okun, “Evolving applications, technological challenges and future opportunities in neuromodulation: Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Deep Brain Stimulation Think Tank,” Frontiers of Neuroscience, accepted, 2017.

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Happy Holidays from the Brain Mapping Lab

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Brain Mapping Lab attended the Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting

Brain Mapping Lab attended the Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting

Brain Mapping Lab showcased its research in Washington, DC with poster presentations by Jackson Cagle, Stephanie Cernera, Robert Eisinger, Rene Molina, and Enrico Opri. Brain Mapper Jackson Cagle received the SfN Trainee Development Award!

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Huzaifa Wasanwala

Huzaifa Wasanwala

Huzaifa is a fourth-year undergraduate student studying Biomedical Engineering. His fields of interest include neural engineering, brain-computer interfaces, and neuromedicine. In his spare time, he enjoys reading and playing intermural sports.

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Brain Mapping Lab featured in new book “Soonish: Ten Emerging Technologies That’ll Improve and/or Ruin Everything”

Brain Mapping Lab featured in new book “Soonish: Ten Emerging Technologies That’ll Improve and/or Ruin Everything”

Of course, we are on the side of improving things! Soonish Ten Emerging Technologies That’ll Improve and/or Ruin Everything By Kelly and Zach Weinersmith From a top scientist and the creator of the hugely popular web comic Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal, a hilariously illustrated investigation into future technologies–from how to fling a ship into deep […]

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Asraa Ahmad

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Jose Alcantara, PhD Student

Jose Alcantara, PhD Student

Jose Daniel Alcantara Zapata received his bachelor degree in Electronic Engineering from Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru. After 10 years working in industry and research centers, he decided to continue a graduate career in Biomedical Engineering. His research focuses in developing and applying different technologies during brain injured patients’ rehabilitation.

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Brandon Parks and Sarah Long join the Brain Mapping Lab

Brandon Parks and Sarah Long join the Brain Mapping Lab

Welcome new Brain Mappers! Brandon Parks is an Electrical Engineering PhD student with a B. S. in Biomedical Engineering from University of Miami. His research interests include brain-computer interfaces, neural networks, machine learning, and robotics. In his spare time he enjoys reading, and programming. Sarah Long is a Biomedical Engineering PhD student with a BS […]

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Ventral intermediate nucleus versus zona incerta region deep brain stimulation in essential tremor

R. Eisinger, J. Wong, L. Almeida, A. Ramirez-Zamora, J. Cagle, J. Giugni, B. Ahmed, A. Bona, E. Monari, A. Shukla, C.W. Hess, J. Hilliard, K.D. Foote, A. Gunduz, M.S. Okun, D. Martinez-Ramirez, “Ventral intermediate nucleus versus zona incerta region deep brain stimulation in essential tremor,” Movement Disorders Clinical Practice, accepted, 2017.

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