Bioelectronics (Neural Engineering) Lab
Ken Yoshida, PhD
The Bioelectronics Lab aims to explore and understand the bioelectric phenomenon, develop devices/methods to manipulate and interface with neurally controlled tissues and organs organs as a means to develop novel methods, devices and therapies. The laboratory investigates how neuroprosthetic devices interact with bioelectrically active tissues through electrophysiological, electrochemical, and mechanical studies. Observations are captured to develop in-silico biophysical models which are used to inform design and implementation of new physical devices that are used in tandem with in-vivo experiments to enable the creation and design of tools and investigate novel methods and therapies.
John Schild, PhD
- Autonomic Neural Control
- Visceral Afferent Function