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Here, you will discover a dynamic collection of the latest announcements, featuring noteworthy awards, significant publications, and distinguished presentations. Additionally, this section incorporates a live Twitter feed to keep you up-to-date with real-time updates and conversations. Stay informed and engaged with all the exciting happenings in our community through this informative and interactive platform.


Here is a wonderful mini review article from the UF Neurotech community discussing the process of increasing the wireless power transfer technology for implantable medical devices.

Results of a multi-year study on ‘responsive’ deep brain stimulation (DBS) for Tourette syndrome' sponsored by @NIH_NINDS were published today in @Nature @SciReports. Cool observations on human tic physiology and beyond.
Key Points:
- The use of ‘brain derived physiology’ was…

Four brilliant #UniversityOfFlorida professors specializing in #Neurotech are set to present at the "Advances and Challenges in Neurotech Development and Translation" Conference! 🧠✨ Plus, the incredible Dr. Jack Judy takes the lead as the chair! https://www.grc.org/neuroelectronic-interfaces-conference/2024/

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Ovishake Sen, from Prof. Chatterjee's lab, presents his research on handwriting detection from neural signals at MWSCAS
Ovishake Sen, from Prof. Chatterjee’s lab, presents his research on handwriting detection from neural signals at MWSCAS

 

Sultan Mahmud's (from Prof. Khalifa's lab) insightful presentation in the 'Pioneering Wireless Technologies' special session at MWSCAS.
Sultan Mahmud’s (from Prof. Khalifa’s lab) insightful presentation in the ‘Pioneering Wireless Technologies’ special session at MWSCAS.

 

Prof. Chatterjee's insightful presentation at the special session of MWSCAS in Phoenix on "Pioneering Wireless Technologies"
Prof. Chatterjee’s insightful presentation at the special session of MWSCAS in Phoenix on “Pioneering Wireless Technologies”
Prof. Jack Judy (UF) congratulating Prof. Pedro Irazoqui (Johns Hopkins), who was the General Chair of the 2024 IEEE Neural Engineering Conference and is one of his former PhD students.
Prof. Jack Judy (UF) congratulating Prof. Pedro Irazoqui (Johns Hopkins), who was the General Chair of the 2024 IEEE Neural Engineering Conference and is one of his former PhD students.