Alden Tennison


Research Associate

My name is Alden Tennison. I am a 2nd year M.S student in Biomedical Engineering at Duke University, concentrating in Neural Engineering. I have been with the Grill Lab at Duke since May 2021. I am currently working on data processing for spinal cord stimulation for bladder control. I am very interested in research involving electrical stimulation to treat aging-related neurological disorders. Outside of research I enjoy playing guitar and piano and watching cinema from around the world.

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Research Interests

Spinal Cord Stimulation, Bladder and Sexual Function