Development of a Brain-Machine-Interface Training Paradigm
- Research Opportunity
- PhD, Masters by Research, Honours, Master of Biomedical Science
- Project Status
- Medicine and Radiology
- Royal Melbourne Hospital
|Nicholas Opie||Personal web page|
|Thomas Oxley||Personal web page|
Our team has developed an endovascular brain machine interface, a device designed to enable people with paralysis to control external equipment with their minds. Over the next year, we will be developing hardware and to enable neural signals acquired with the Stentrode to control communication tools and vehicles. Through this project, we will also be evaluating and optimising fMRI based training protocols that will be used to teach patients to use their minds to control assistive technology.
Faculty Research Themes
School Research Themes
PhD, Masters by Research, Honours, Master of Biomedical Science Graduate Research Students who are interested in joining this project will need to consider their elegibility as well as other Graduate Research requirements before contacting the supervisor of this research
For further information about this research, please contact a supervisor.