Congratulations Dr. Barth!
Congratulations to Bradley Barth who successfully defended his PhD in Biomedical Engineering at Duke University.
Dr. Grill on the Journal of Neurophysiology Podcast: "The cortical evoked potential corresponds with deep brain stimulation efficacy in rats"
In this podcast senior author Prof. Warren Grill of Duke University discusses his published manuscript "The cortical evoked potential corresponds with deep brain stimulation efficacy in rats" with Editor in Chief Prof. Nino Ramirez. In this paper the authors characterize a new…
PRIDE Foundational Training with Duke's Center for Sexual & Gender Diversity
The Interim Director of Duke's Center for Sexual & Gender Diversity, Angel Celeste Collie, guided us through PRIDE Foundational Training.
~Four~ Grill Lab papers make Neuromodec's list of most impactful neuromodulation articles for 2021
The Grill Lab discusses Actions for an Inclusive Work Environment
The Grill Lab had a session with Pamela Bivens, Duke Office of Institutional Equity, to discuss Actions for an Inclusive Work Environment.
Publication uses models to harmonize differing views of mechanism behind intracortical microstimulation
Congratulations to Karthik Kumaravelu on publication of his analysis of intracortical stimulation that harmonizes the differing views of Stoney et al. and Histed et al. Important new understanding of the spatial distribution of activated neurons.