The RNNL is accepting applications for two fully funded PhD student positions for the design of miniature wireless bioelectronic medicines for the use on clinical applications, such as hypertension and urinary incontinence.
The Regenerative Neurobiology & Neuroelectronics Laboratory
Our research centers in the understanding of the molecular basis of axon guidance and target recognition during development and after injury, and the application of that knowledge for the development of regenerative and bioelectronic applications.
Specific projects include: spinal cord injury and neuroprotection, peripheral nerve gap repair, neuroma prevention, and regenerative peripheral neurointerfaces for the control and feel or robotic prosthetic limbs.
For more information about our research visit RESEARCH.