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July 25, 2018
- E-dermis in thew news.Multilayered e-dermis perceives touch and pain. Our recent work on a multilayered e-dermis with neuromorphic stimulation to enable sensations of touch and pain in a prosthesis is featured in The Baltimore Sun. THE BALTIMORE SUN/KARL FERRON

June 20, 2018
- Prosthesis with neuromorphic multilayered e-dermis perceives touch and pain. Our recent work is featured on the cover of the June issue of Science Robotics. Read more about it on the JHU HUB. Read the paper in Science Robotics.

The mission and interest of our laboratory is to develop novel instrumentation and technologies to study the brain at several levels - from single cell to the whole brain - with the goal of translating the work into practical research and clinical applications.

Our personnel include diverse, independent-minded and entrepreneurial group of students, post docs, and research faculty who base their research on modern microfabrication, stem cell biology, electrophysiology, signal processing, image processing and integrated circuit design technologies.

Our collaborations span clinical research laboratories to entrepreneurial startups interested in bench-to-bedside translation. For exploring research collaborations, internship opportunities and common educational interests, contact Professor Nitish Thakor or the laboratory personnel.

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