Neuroengineering: Molecules, Minds & Machines | January 17–18, 2014

Digital Recordings

Click here for the 2014 Symposium agenda.

1.

Demetri Psaltis | EPFL
Imaging of the Cochlea
→ View recording
2.

Konstantina Stankovic | MEEI
Optical Imaging of the Inner Ear: Treating Deafness with Better Vision and Treatment
→ View recording
3.

Patrick Purdon | MGH
Monitoring States of Anesthesia-Induced States of Unconsciousness using EEG
→ View recording
4.

Sydney S. Cash | MGH
Microscale Measurements of Neural Activity for Diagnosis and Treatment of Neurological Disorders
→ View recording
5.

Gary Yellen | HMS
New Indicators for Probing a Cell’s Metabolic State
View recording-
6.

Bernardo L. Sabatini | Takeda Professor of Neurobiology, HMS
Neuroengineering Approaches to Manipulate and Monitor Brain Function
→ View recording
7.

Isabelle Dalle Fusine | EPFL (student)
Dying to Know: Apoptotic Mechanisms in Synapse Formation
View recording
8.
Stella J. Lee | HMS (student)
A Critical Period for Neuromuscular Junction Re-Establishment and Functional Motor Recovery After Peripheral Nerve Injury in the Mouse
→ View recording
9.

Jeffrey R. Holt | BCH
Tmc Gene Therapy in Mouse Models of Human Deafness
→ View recording
10.

Bernard Schneider | EPFL
Gene Therapy for Motor Neuron Disorders: Targeting the SOD1 Pathology
View recording
11.

Casey Maguire | MGH
A Hybrid Extracellular Vesicle/Virus Vector System for Gene Therapy
View recording
12.

Lisa Goodrich | HMS
Engineering Stem Cells and Neurons for the Inner Ear
View recording
13.

Samy Gobaa | EPFL
Designing Artificial Niches for Inner Ear Hair Cells
View recording
14.

Zheng-Yi Chen | MEEI
Bioengineering Approach to Hair Cell Regeneration and Neuron Protection
View recording
15.

Jeffrey A. Hubbell | EPFL
Engineering Delivery through Protein and Materials Design
View recording
16.

Daniel J. Lee | MEEI
New Generation Auditory Brainstem Implant with Flexible Opto-electronic Arrays for Neurostimulation
View recording