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"Vagus Nerve Stimulation Promotes Motor Learning in Animal Model A Potential Method for Post-Stroke Recovery"

 

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Expanding frontiers in neurotechnology

The BIOElectrics Lab utilizes advanced neuroscience research tools to explore the intersection between technology and the brain. Our goals are to provide new insights into the key factors that make neural interface devices effective, and to use cutting-edge neural technology to learn more about the way our nervous systems function.

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