Between 2007 and 2009, I was with the School of Psychology, University of Birmingham, UK as a research fellow. Between 2009 and 2012, I was with the Institute of Neuroscience at Newcastle University.
My research is in the emerging and highly interdisciplinary fields of biomedical signal processing and neuro-technology. I currently lead research efforts and international collaborations that aim to restore movement and limb sensation to paralyzed patients and patients with amputated limbs using electronic interfaces to the patients’ own brains and muscles. In keeping with this interdisciplinary approach, I hold a visiting appointment in the Institute of Neuroscience, Newcastle University.
Since 2006, my work has been supported by the Medical Research Council, the Leverhulme Trust, Royal Society and Wellcome Trust, UK.
2006-2008: Cardiff University Overseas Research Students (ORS) Academic Scholarship
2006: Best Paper Award, 3rd Int. BCI Workshop, Graz, Austria
2006: David Douglas Award, South Wales Institute of Engineers
2005: Academic Scholarship, School of Engineering, Cardiff University
Neurotechnology, Biomedical Signal Processing
Optimal Feedback Control of a Brain Machine Interface
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