Aysegul Gunduz

Reengineering Deep Brain Stimulation for Movement Disorders: Emerging Technologies

A. Gunduz, K.D. Foote, M.S. Okun, “Reengineering Deep Brain Stimulation for Movement Disorders: Emerging Technologies,” Current Opinion in Biomedical Engineering, accepted, 2017.

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Management of falsely elevated deep brain stimulation leads

W. Deeb, A. Rezai, M.S. Okun, A. Gunduz, “Management of Falsely Elevated Impedances on Deep Brain Stimulation Leads,” Tremor and Other Hyperkinetic Movements, accepted, 2017.

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Congratulations to Dr. Aniruddh Ravindran for a successful dissertation defense!

Congratulations to Dr. Aniruddh Ravindran for a successful dissertation defense!

Brain Mapper Aniruddh Ravindran successfully defended his dissertation entitled “A Novel Real-Time Neurofeedback Paradigm for Stroke Rehabilitation” on July 5th, and walked in the Summer Commencement Ceremony on August 4th. Congrats Doctor! Thank you for all the hard the work.

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Jackson Cagle, PhD Student

Jackson Cagle, PhD Student

Jackson is a PhD student in Biomedical Engineering with a B.S. in Biomedical Engineering in University of Florida. His research interests are: brain-computer interfaces, closed-loop control systems, and space exploration. He often spends his spare time working on flight software and personal projects with simple Arduino microcontroller. Currently, he is in love with VR technology and is interested in […]

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Measures of Impulsivity in Parkinson’s Disease Decrease After DBS in the Setting of Stable Dopamine Therapy

P.J. Rossi, S. de Jesus, C.W. Hess, D. Martinez-Ramirez, K.D. Foote, A. Gunduz*, M.S. Okun*, “Measures of Impulsivity in Parkinson’s Disease Decrease After DBS in the Setting of Stable Dopamine Therapy,” Parkinsonism and Related Disorders, accepted, 2017. *Co-senior authors

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Congratulations to Asraa Ahmad for successfully completing the Student Science Training Program!

Congratulations to Asraa Ahmad for successfully completing the Student Science Training Program!

Congratulations to Asraa, who worked in the Brain Mapping Lab over the summer, for successfully completing and presenting her project to her peers and the UF community. Asraa is a high school student at Spruce Creek High School in Port Orange, FL, who is interested in pursuing a career in STEM. The UF Student Science […]

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Dr. Gunduz awarded Denice Denton Emerging Leader ABIE Award by the Anita Borg Institute

Dr. Gunduz awarded Denice Denton Emerging Leader ABIE Award by the Anita Borg Institute

Congratulations to Dr. Gunduz who is the 2017 recipient of the Denice Denton Emerging Leader ABIE Award. The Anita Borg Institute ABIE (pronounced ab-ee) Awards honor distinguished women who view technology innovation as a strategic imperative. The Denice Denton Emerging Leader ABIE Award recognizes a junior faculty member for high-quality research and significant positive impact […]

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Motor subtype changes in early Parkinson’s disease

R. Eisinger, C.W. Hess, D. Martinez-Ramirez, L. Almeida, K.D. Foote, M.S. Okun, A. Gunduz, “Motor subtype changes in early Parkinson’s disease,” Parkinsonism and Other Related Disorders, accepted, 2017.

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Impulsivity in Parkinson’s disease is associated with altered subthalamic but not globus pallidus internus activity

P.J. Rossi, J.B. Shute, E. Opri, R. Molina, C. Peden, O.L. Castellanos, K.D. Foote, A. Gunduz*, M.S. Okun*, “Impulsivity in Parkinson’s disease is associated with altered subthalamic but not globus pallidus internus activity,” Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry, accepted, 2017. *Co-senior authors

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Temporal Interference as a Non-surgical Approach for Deep Brain Stimulation

A. Gunduz, M.S. Okun, “Temporal Interference as a Non-surgical Approach for Deep Brain Stimulation,” Lancet Neurology, Invited Commentary, in press, 2017.

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