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Building Reliable Advances and Innovations in Neurotechnology (BRAIN)

Arizona State University

University of Houston

Last Reviewed: 05/23/2018

Center Mission and Rationale

The BRAIN Center

The Building Reliable Advances and Innovation in Neurotechnology (BRAIN) Center is an Industry/University Collaborative Research Center at Arizona State University (ASU) and the University of Houston (UH) This partnership will allow rigorous testing of efficacy, safety and long-term reliability of neurotechnology that would not be otherwise possible within the traditional ‘silos’ of academic, industry, regulatory and clinical communities.

Our mission

The BRAIN Center will develop safe, effective and affordable personalized neurotechnologies for diagnostics, restoration, enhancement, and rehabilitation of sensory, motor, affective and cognitive functions. This mission will be pursued by supporting innovative interdisciplinary research across the multiple dimensions of brain function and behavior with the ultimate goal of improving quality of life.

Research program

BRAIN Research thrusts

BRAIN research topics will be focused on the needs of the members and the capabilities of the participating universities.

The center's mission space has five primary thrust areas (listed topic areas are representative, and will vary depending pond industry needs and preferences.

·       Research thrust 1: Neurological Clinical Research

·       Research thrust 2: Mobility Assessment and Clinical Intervention

·       Research thrust 3: Invasive Neurotechnology

·       Research thrust 4: Non-invasive Neurotechnology

·       Research thrust 5: Neurorehabilitation technology  

 

Our research areas include:

Big data
Clinical trials
Device development
Device interoperability
Neural activity measurement
Neuromodulation
Neurorehabilitation and assistive devices
Regulatory Science

Locations

University of Houston

4800 Calhoun Rd

Houston, Texas, 77004

United States

Arizona State University

School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering 501 E. Tyler Mall ECG Building

Tempe, Arizona, 85287-9709

United States