We develop nanotechnologies to monitor and control specific cells in the nervous system. Our goal is to help reveal fundamental principles of neural function and advance the treatment of neurological disorders.

 
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Drosophila Brain Slice
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Transfected Neural Stem Cells
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Magnetoelectric miniature stimulators published in Neuron

June 8, 2020

Improving surgical mask fit to address shortage of COVID-19 protective gear

April 27, 2020

‘Smart’ wound-healing patch: DARPA awards $22 million grant

March 12, 2020

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SENSING NEURAL ACTIVITY

Bioelectronics | Integrated Photonics | Computational Imaging

MANIPULATING NEURAL ACTIVITY

Bioelectronics | Integrated Photonics | Magnetics

NEURAL CIRCUITS AND CONTROL

Millimeter-scale Invertebrates | Closed-loop Bioelectronics | Biomedical Devices

 
 

Contact

713-348-2933

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Department of Bioengineering
BRC 973
Rice University
6100 Main St
MS380
Houston, TX, 77005

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