Traumatic injury or neurological diseases can significantly alter or impair the lifestyle of the afflicted individual. Driven by the needs of potential users, our engineers and scientists at the Adaptive Neural Systems (ANS) Laboratory are designing and developing technology to offset the effects of limb amputation, orthopedic injury and disease, and other neurodegenerative diseases. By applying a multifaceted approach, the laboratory investigates the effects of trauma and disorders of the nervous system to replace damaged or lost functionality or to repair the system using advanced adaptive devices and therapeutic techniques. [More]
Neural Enabled Prostheses with Sensorimotor Integration [ More ]
Effective and Reliable Peripheral Nerve Recordings [ More ]
Towards the Development of an Implanted Neural Stimulation and Recording System [ More ]
Computation-Enabled Adaptive Ventilatory Control System (CENAVEX) [ More ]
Biomechanical Patterns for Identifying Biomarkers in Knee Osteoarthritis [ More ]
Promoting Plasticity [ More ]
Sensory Perception and Motor Control in Adults [ More ]
Effect of Preksha Meditation in Students with and without Learning Disorders [ More ]
Teams representing technologies from Ranu Jung, BME professor and chair, and Anuradha Godavarty, BME associate professor, finished first and second place at the annual StartUp Quest Pitch Day.
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Student Marisol Soula is attending "Quantitative Methods Workshop: Theory and practice" sponsored by The Center for Brains, Minds and Machines at MIT Jan 2- 9.[ All Events ]
Elizabeth Gallardo has been selected as a Goldwater Scholar selected out of 1206 applicants nation-wide.
The ANS Lab had the honor of meeting Dr. Holdren, senior advisor to President Barack Obama on science and technology issues.