• Lab Presentations at SFN 2015

    Members of the Grill Lab presented 11 different posters at the 45th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience in Chicago. Topics spanned from spinal cord stimulation for pain to peripheral nerve stimulation for treatment of incontinence to deep brain stimulation, with approaches spanning computational modeling through human studies.

  • 2015 Doctoral Graduates

    From left to right: Tianhe "Cheng" Zhang, Meredith McGee, David Brocker, and Bryan Howell

  • Skiing with Lab Alumn Chuck Dorval

    Skiing with Lab Alumn Chuck Dorval

  • The Grill Lab

    Picture taken during the 2018-2019 academic year.

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