News - 2012
November 2012 – Congratulations to ANS student Mu Qiao for successfully defending her doctoral dissertation with the mentorship of Prof. Jindrich: " Behavioral Strategies for Stable Maneuvers during Locomotion".
November 2012 – Prof Krishnamurthi and ANS collaborators (Mulligan, Mahant, Samanta and Abbas) publish results of a collaborative research project in Cognitive Neurodynmics: " Deep Brain Stimulation Amplitude Alters Posture Shift Velocity in Parkinsonís Disease ".
October 2012 – ANS student Alison Conovaloff publishes some of the results of her doctoral work in the Journal of Parkinsonís Disease & Restless Legs Syndrome with her mentor (Abbas) and ANS co-authors (Krishnamurthi, Mahant, and Samanta): " The Effects of Deep Brain Stimulation Amplitude on Motor Performance in Parkinsonís Disease ".
May 2012 – ANS Director Abbas is recognized for teaching excellence by the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering.
May 2012 – the Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation published: “Longitudinal Performance of a Surgically Implanted Neuroprosthesis for Lower Extremity Exercise, Standing, and Transfers after Spinal Cord Injury” by Ron Triolo (Case Western) and his collaborators, including ANS Director, Jimmy Abbas
March 2012 – the work of Narayanan Krishnamurthi and his collaborators at ANS was accepted for publication in Cognitive Neurodynamics: “Deep Brain Stimulation Amplitude Alters Posture Shift Velocity in Parkinson’s Disease”
March 2012 – ANS Director, Jimmy Abbas, contributed his ideas about “Technology for mobility in SCI ten years from now” in a paper by lead author Michael Boninger that will appear in Spinal Cord
March 2012 – the work of Charla Lindley and her colleagues at Methodist Rehabilitation Center (Jackson, MS) was accepted for publication in Gait & Posture: "Lower Limb Preference on Goal-Oriented Tasks in Unilateral Prosthesis Users"
February 2012 – a manuscript by Oliver Graudejus and his colleagues from Princeton was accepted for publication in Scripta Materialia: “Size dependent rupture strain of elastically stretchable metal conductors”
January 2012 – a paper published by Oliver Graudejus was awarded the “Best Paper Award for 2011” by the Journal of Electronic Materials.
January 2012 – a manuscript by Oliver Graudejus and his colleagues from Princeton was accepted for publication in Advanced Functional Materials: “Encapsulating elastically stretchable neural interfaces: yield, resolution, and recording/stimulation of neural activity”