Warren M. Grill is Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Duke University, with secondary appointments in Electrical and Computer Engineering, Neurobiology, and Surgery. Dr. Grill received the B.S. degree in biomedical engineering with honors in 1989 from Boston University and the Ph.D. in biomedical engineering in 1995 from Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH. His research interests are in neural engineering and neural prostheses and include design and testing of electrodes and stimulation techniques, the electrical properties of tissues and cells, and computational neuroscience with applications to restoration of bladder function, treatment of movement disorders with deep brain stimulation, and electrical stimulation for treatment of pain. He has published over 140 peer reviewed journal articles. He is Co-Founder, Director, and Chief Scientific Officer of NDI Medical, a medical device incubator, Director and Chief Scientific Advisor at SPR Therapeutics, which has developed a novel therapy for treating pain, and Co-Founder, Director, and Chief Scientific Officer of DBI, which is commercializing a novel approach to brain stimulation for neurological disorders.