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News - 2019

May 2019 – Congratulations to Alarmel Sira for successfully defending her Barrett Honors Thesis "Modelling the Response of Peripheral Nerve Axons to Applied Electric Fields" with mentorship from Drs. Abbas and Crook.

May 2019 – Congratulations to Randee Huffman for successfully defending her Barrett Honors Thesis "Multiple Degree-of-Freedom Elbow Joint" with mentorship from Dr. Abbas.

May 2019 – Congratulations to ANS student Eugene Ablordeppey for successfully completing his MS Project with mentorship from Drs. Krishnamurthi and Abbas.

March 2019 – ANS Director Jimmy Abbas and his colleagues at Florida International University receive an award from NIH to continue a first-in-human clinical trial with their newly-developed prosthetic system to provide sensation to individuals with upper limb

January 2019 – Narayanan Krishnamurthi and his collaborators Pavan Turaga and Dan Peterson are awarded a grant from the Center for Innovation in Healthy and Resilient Aging to develop technology for fall-risk assessment in individuals with Parkinson’s disease.

 

News - 2018

December 2018 – The work of ANS Director Jimmy Abbas and his colleagues at Florida International University in the development of advanced prosthetics is highlighted by "ASU Now" and picked up by a number of news agencies

November 2018 – A team of ANS undergraduates - Brandon Bartels, Arianna Moreno, María José Quezada, Haley Sivertson – publish the results of their work in "Technology and Innovation" with Drs. Abbas and Krishnamurthi

September 2018 – ANS Director Jimmy Abbas and his collaborators at the Universite d Bordeaux, Universite de Cergy-Pontoise, and Florida International University receive an award from NIH to develop new strategies to stimulate peripheral nerves

August 2018 – Prof. Sharon Crook delivers a plenary lecture at the Neuroinformatics Congress of the INCF: "Reproducibiity and Rigour: Testing the Data Driven Model".

July 2018 – ANS Director Jimmy Abbas delivers an invited talk at the Progress in Clinical Motor Control I: Neurorehabilitation: "Adaptive Neural Stimulation for Control of Respiration".

July 2018 – Narayanan Krishnamurthi, Jimmy Abbas and their collaborators receive an award from NIH to develop wearable technology to improve gait and posture individuals with Parkinson’s disease.

May 2018 – Congratulations to Michael Spina for successfully completing his MS Project with the mentorship of Dr. Abbas.

May 2018 – Congratulations to Tamara Sleem for successfully her Barrett Honors Thesis "The Effects of Exercise on Locomotor Recovery After Partial Spinal Cord Injury in a Rat Model" with mentorship from ANS faculty Drs. Hamm and Abbas.

May 2018 – Congratulations to Gabriel Kaplan for successfully his Barrett Honors Thesis "Development of a Wearable Haptic Feedback System for Use in Lower-Limb Prostheses" with mentorship from Drs. Abbas and McDaniel

March 2018 – Prof. Abbas delivers an invited talk on "Problem-Based Learning – Capstone Design". at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) in Kumasi, Ghana

January 2018 – Congratulations to Narayanan Krishnamurthi, Erica Driver-Dunckley and Jimmy Abbas for their award from the ASU-Mayo Seed Grant Program to investigate new therapies for individuals with Parkinson’s disease

 

 

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