Georgia Tech Neuro Seminar Series
"Connectomic Deep Brain Stimulation"
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Cameron McIntyre, Ph.D.
Professor of Biomedical Engineering
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Refreshments provided for in-person attendees
Cameron McIntyre is currently a professor of biomedical engineering and neurosurgery at Duke University. He started in the field of biomedical engineering as an undergraduate student at Case Western Reserve University. He became interested in neuroengineering and as an undergraduate started working at Warren Grill’s research lab. Dr McIntyre was working on electrical stimulation of the spinal cord and started building some computer models of how electric fields interact with neurons. He realized a substantial need to understand better how electric fields interact with brain tissue in a human context, and deep brain stimulation was getting going.
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