Case Western Reserve University's Department of Biomedical Engineering celebrates a long history of advancement through innovation. Today, that tradition is as alive as ever.
Dominique Durand, the Elmer Lincoln Lindseth Professor in Biomedical Engineering, explains some of the ways he and his team are working with the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at Case Western Reserve to better communicate with nervous systems, collecting data that could possibly lead to medical breakthroughs in a variety of diseases. These advancements could potentially change healthcare as we know it, improving the recovery results for patients with epilepsy and paralysis.
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