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Nitish Thakor, PhD

Professor, BME
nitish@jhu.edu
Research Group:
Medical Instrumentation, Neuroengineering, Neural Signal Processing, Devices, Microsystems and Prostheses
About: I am the Principal Investigator for the Neuroengineering & Biomedical Instrumentation Lab at Johns Hopkins University, and Director of the Neuroengineering Training Grant.
 
 
Romergryko Geocadin, MD

Professor, Neurocritical Care
rgeocadi@jhmi.edu
Research Group:
Clinical Neuroengineering - Cardiac Arrest & Hypothermia
About: My research interests include laboratory, translational and clinical investigations in: brain injury after cardiac arrest/global ischemia; development of novel neuro-electrophysiologic methods for use in the ICU; therapeutic hypothermia for acute neurologic injuries; mechanisms and treatment of acute disorders of consciousness; sleep in the ICU; and life threatening disorders like encephalitis, cerebral herniation syndromes, and intracranial hemorrhage.
 
 
Ramsey Kraya, PhD

Faculty Research Associate, BME
rkraya@jhu.edu
Research Group:
Medical Instrumentation, Devices, Microsystems and Prostheses, Clinical Neuroengineering
About: My work is primarily focused on the design and implementation of new nanotechnologies necessary for interfacing semiconductor devices to biological systems. This includes fundamental advancements in energy conversion, stimulation, and implantation to enable novel therapeutic pathways for applications in peripheral nerve stimulation.
 
 
David Sherman, PhD

Research Associate, BME
sherman@jhu.edu
Research Group:
Clinical Neuroengineering - Spinal Cord Injury
About: I am intersted in developing new signal processing algorithms for EEG and evoked potentials, which will be used in both clinical and basic research in neurological disease states such as epilepsy and brain effects from cardiac arrest.
 
 
Soochan Kim, PhD

Visiting Professor
dr.soochankim@gmail.com
Research Group:
Bioimpedance, Eye Movements, Non-invasive Bio-signal Measurement and Analysis, Human Computer Interaction
About: I am the Principal Investigator for the SPAL Lab at Hankyong National University, Korea and a visiting professor at Johns Hopkins University for 2015. I am interested in the measurement of bioimpedance, eye movements, non-invasive bio-signal measurement and analysis, human computer interaction, and their applications. In this Lab, my focus is to improve the classification accuracy of hand gesture using EMG and bioimpedance for amputees.
 
 
Qihong (George) Wang, MD, PhD

Research Associate, BME
wangqihongmd@msn.com
Research Group:
Pediatric Surgery, Mircosurgery, Molecular Biology
About: Over 10 years medical laboratory research experience. Expertise at developing in vivo animal models in mice and rats, survival animal surgeries, microsurgery procedures, such as intubation/mechanical ventilation; organ(liver, heart, skin) transplantation, asphyxia, cardiac arrest and resuscitation; administering therapeutic agents through different routes such as i.v. , i.p., s.c. injection and intranasal; samples collection such as blood (arterial/vein cannulation, venipuncture, terminal bleed or cardiac puncture), urine, tissue harvest et al. Good at molecular biology techniques and optimization , including real-time PCR, Elisa, Western Blot, Transfection, Bone marrow stem cell isolation, purify and cell culture. Regularly perform pathological laboratory procedures including frozen section histology analysis, immunostaining procedures and image analysis through software. Over 10 years medical laboratory research experience. Expertise at developing in vivo animal models in mice and rats, survival animal surgeries, microsurgery procedures, such as intubation/mechanical ventilation; organ(liver, heart, skin) transplantation, asphyxia, cardiac arrest and resuscitation; administering therapeutic agents through different routes such as i.v. , i.p., s.c. injection and intranasal; samples collection such as blood (arterial/vein cannulation, venipuncture, terminal bleed or cardiac puncture), urine, tissue harvest et al. Good at molecular biology techniques and optimization , including real-time PCR, Elisa, Western Blot, Transfection, Bone marrow stem cell isolation, purify and cell culture. Regularly perform pathological laboratory procedures including frozen section histology analysis, immunostaining procedures and image analysis through software. Over 10 years medical laboratory research experience. Expertise at developing in vivo animal models in mice and rats, survival animal surgeries, microsurgery procedures, such as intubation/mechanical ventilation; organ(liver, heart, skin) transplantation, asphyxia, cardiac arrest and resuscitation; administering therapeutic agents through different routes such as i.v. , i.p., s.c. injection and intranasal; samples collection such as blood (arterial/vein cannulation, venipuncture, terminal bleed or cardiac puncture), urine, tissue harvest et al. Good at molecular biology techniques and optimization , including real-time PCR, Elisa, Western Blot, Transfection, Bone marrow stem cell isolation, purify and cell culture. Regularly perform pathological laboratory procedures including frozen section histology analysis, immunostaining procedures and image analysis through software.
 
 
 
   

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