These partner organizations work together with GT Neuro.
The Neural Engineering Center is a Georgia Tech Interdisciplinary Research Center developing cutting-edge science and technology for measuring, understanding, modifying, and stimulating neural activity. There is a critical need for novel collaborative integration between researchers developing interfacing technologies and those advancing our scientific understanding of brain and nervous system function. Applications of these technologies span advancing understanding of neural function to translational methods that improve clinical outcomes.
The Georgia State / Georgia Tech Center for Advanced Brain Imaging is located in midtown Atlanta. Our 3-Tesla Siemens Trio Magnetic Resonance Imaging system allows us to investigate brain function and structure.
ENTICe is a collaborative effort between the Departments of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry at Emory University. What makes ENTICe unique is that it crosses the boundaries of traditional academic departments and scientific disciplines to focus on the specific goal of advancing research in neuromodulation and developing new and innovative neuromodulation devices.
Georgia Tech is part of the BRAIN (Building Reliable Advances and Innovation in Neurotechnology) Center, a NSF Industry–University Cooperative Research Center (IUCRC) based at the University of Houston, that focuses on neurotechnologies and brings academia together with industry. BRAIN research areas are broad and include: neurorehabilitation, neuromodulation, augmented and virtual reality, microdevices and sensors, and novel methods and devices to study and treat neurological disorders, ranging from dementia to traumatic brain and spinal cord injury. Cross-cutting implementation areas include data science, standards, regulatory issues, and neuroethics.