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Archive News - 2007


September, 2007 - Prof. Ranu Jung was awarded a five year Bioengineering Research Partnership award

Prof. Ranu Jung in collaboration with Profs. James Abbas, Bertan Bakkaloglu, Kenneth Horch, Sayfie Kiaei, Stephen Phillips and Marco Santello from ASU and partners from Mayo Clinic, Motion Control Inc, Cochlear Ltd. and Artificial Limb Specialists, were awarded a five year Bioengineering Research Partnership award (National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering, PI: R. Jung,. "Neural Enabled Prostheses with Sensorimotor Integration")
09/30/2007- 06/30/2012, $3,281,759

Dr. Narayanan Krishnamurthi was appointed to the Program Committee of the First International Joint Conference on Biomedical Engineering Systems and Technologies (BIOSTEC-2008)

Prof. Sharon Crook in collaboration with Prof. Steve Baer from the Department of Mathematics & Statistics was recently awarded a three year research grant from National Science Foundation. The primary goal of this research proposal is to use multiscale models to gain insight into two competing hypotheses for explaining synaptic feedback effects in the outer-plexiform layer of the retina. Simply put, are the feedback effects in the cone photoreceptor's synapse driven by electrical or chemical mechanisms, or both?
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The Center for Adaptive Neural Systems presents a symposium on "Adaptation and Learning in Neuro-Biomechatronic Systems"

Supported by National Science Foundation
Thursday March 22, 1:00 pm- 5:00pm & Friday, March 23, 8:45am - 12:30pm
All lectures will be held in the Biodesign Auditorium
Guest lecturers include:

  • Apostolos Georgopoulos
  • Scott Frey
  • David Fuller
  • Arunava Majumdar
  • Thomas Stieglitz
  • Ralph Etienne-Cummings

View the symposium flyer.

Banner Good Samaritan Help People Living with Spinal Cord Injury

A collaboration between the Biodesign Institute at Arizona State University and the Clinical Neurobiology & Bioengineering Research Center (CNBRC) at Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center will seek to assist people with spinal cord injuries to exercise, stand and possibly prevent the onset of chronic disease such as diabetes due to inactivity. Read More »


Fall 2007 - Full Circle: Engineering, construction and computer science news for friends and alumni of ASU
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Researcher Ranu Jung receives honor with election as Senior Member in the Institute of Electronics and Electrical Engineers (IEEE)
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April 06, 2007 - Dr. Devin Jindrich's research featured in Fox

“Oddly –Shaped Bodies Help Ostriches Run Fast”

February 2007 - Biodesign teamwork leads to measurable results
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January 2007 - Science Café Moves to Arizona Science Center in Downtown Phoenix
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January 2007 - Adaptive Technologies for the Central Nervous System: Are We Changing What It Means to be Human?
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