Associate Professor, Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering
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Ranu Jung, PhD, explores bioengineering technology to improve life for
people with certain disabilities. Her interests lie in a comprehensive
understanding of neuromotor organization, developing living-hardware
systems for motor control that mimic natural human abilities, developing
strategies for neuromotor therapy and examining the effects of neurotrauma
and other neurodegenerative disease on health and function.
With a body of published work, which includes several peer reviewed
articles, book chapters, and conference papers, Dr. Jung is a frequently
invited speaker. She is a member of the boards of directors for the Computational
Neuroscience Organization and the Rocky Mountain Bioengineering Symposium
Inc. She is a senior member of the Society of Women Engineers, and holds
membership in American Association of the Advancement of Science, Institute
of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, the Society for Neuroscience,
the National Neurotrauma Society, and the National lnstitutes of Health’s
Respiratory Integrative Biology and Translational Research Study Section.
Dr. Jung received her BTech degree with distinction in electronics and
communication engineering from the Regional Engineering College in Warangal,
India, and an MS and PhD in biomedical engineering from Case Western
Dr Jung relishes the university environment that offers the opportunity
for one-on-one teaching, discovering new things, and pursuing dreams.