PhD, University of Michigan
Research Assistant Professor of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and Assistant Research Scientist of Biomedical Engineering
My research focus is on making brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) practical for people who actually need them. My research spans a variety of fields from Computer Engineering to Neuroscience. Neuroscience projects would focus on topics such as the analysis of EEG, associations between subject cognitive characteristics and BCI performance, and the effect of disabling conditions on the ability to use the BCI.