faculty Dustin Tyler

Dustin Tyler

Kent H. Smith II Professor of Biomedical Engineering
Courses: EBME 432

Focus Areas: Improving human neurologic health and function through the integration of engineered devices into living systems

Dr. Dustin Tyler is a professor in Biomedical Engineering at Case Western. He is also the director of the Functional Neural Interface Lab. His research interests and goals include advancing the field of neural engineering in three specific areas: clinical implementation of neural prosthesis systems; development of advanced devices to improve extraction of information from and activation of the human nervous system; and neuromimetic interfaces between neural tissue and engineered devices.

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