CSNE member, Mehrdad Jazayeri, and his research team at MIT study neural system dynamics involved in sensory and motor coordination, which are key to performing everyday tasks.
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Gaurav Mukherjee has been an active participant in the CSNE and the neural engineering community at the UW for over three years, and he is paying forward the support he’s received by mentoring others.
In addition to conducting her own research on brain-computer interfaces, Kaitlyn Casimo is helping to make neural engineering easier to understand for high school students and the general public.
During the summer of 2017, the Center for Sensorimotor Neural Engineering (CSNE) piloted a new program designed to increase knowledge about neural engineering among middle school and high school students.
Alexandra Pike, a science teacher at Juanita High School in Kirkland, Washington, loved teaching and working with students, but she missed the in-depth research experiences she used to have as an undergraduate at Grinnell College. When she discovered the Research Experience for Teachers (RET) summer program at the Center for Sensorimotor Neural Engineering (CSNE), she saw an opportunity to not only introduce her students to neural engineering but to also immerse herself in an authentic research experience.