Brandon Thio

Undergraduate (2018)
Spinal Cord Stimulation

My name is Brandon Thio and I am a Sophomore at Duke from Chicago, Illinois. I work with Nate Crosby on his work on spinal cord stimulation. I started in the lab over the summer between my freshman and sophomore years where I developed a model of kilohertz frequency spinal cord stimulation through dorsal column neurons. Presently, I am working on filtering out stimulus artifact created from kilohertz frequency stimulation. At Duke, I am a resident assistant, and I am a part of Duke RUF. I also practice taekwondo which is my greatest hobby.