Neuroengineering Approaches to Sensory and Motor Disorders | October 28-29, 2011

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Photographer: Steve Gilbert
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Digital Recordings


Click here for the 2011 Symposium agenda.

1.

Jeffrey S. Flier | Dean of the Faculty of Medicine
William Chin | Bertarelli Professor of Translational Medicine Science

Welcome (Day 1)
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2.

Michael Do | CHB
Sensing Light with Melanopsin for Research
and Treatment
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3.

Michael Young | SERI
Repair of the Disease Retina with Stem Cells
and Tissue Engineering
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4.

Peter Bex | SERI
Measurement of the Presence, Progression,
and Remediation of Vision Loss
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5.

Lisa Goodrich | HMS
Establishing a Two-Step Protocol for Hair Cell and Auditory Neuron Regeneration
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6.

Jeffrey Hubbell | EPFL
Morphoregulators and their Delivery to the Cochlea
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7.

David Golan | George R. Minot Professor
of Medicine

Welcome (Day 2)
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8.
Stéphanie P. Lacour | EPFL
Soft Neural Electrodes
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9.

Daniel J. Lee | MEEI
New Generation Auditory Brainstem Implant Using Flexible Opto-electronic Arrays
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10.

Silvestro Micera | EPFL
Controlling Hard Protheses Using Peripheral Intraneural Interfaces
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11.

José del R. Millán | EPFL
Design Principles for Neuroprosthetics
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12.

Konstantina Stankovic | MEEI
Optical Imaging of the Inner Ear for Diagnosis
and Therapy
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13.

Ziv Williams | MGH
Deep-Brain Stimulation: Memory Enhancement
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14.

Olaf Blanke | EPFL
Human-Computer Confluence: Neuroscience, Robotics, and Virtual Reality
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