Want to learn more about Battelle's NeuroLife® Neural Bypass Technology and the unexpected positive results from the first user of the technology?
Join us for an I Am A ... Ask Me Anything session on Reddit.
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Date: Jan. 23, 2019
Time: 3 p.m. ET
Reddit name: BattelleNeuroLife
- Ian Burkhart, In 2010, Ian broke his neck while diving into the ocean. Four years later, at The Ohio State University, he underwent an operation to implant a chip in his brain that detects part of the neural activity in his motor cortex. That activity is translated by algorithms in a computer system invented at Battelle. The “thoughts” are transferred from a computer to a special sleeve on Ian's arm that stimulates his muscles to respond to his brain's commands, moving his hand in a purposeful way.
- Dr. Marcie Bockbrader, Assistant Profession & Residency Research Director, Residency Research Course Director, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center
- David Friedenberg, Battelle Statistician and algorithm and data analysis lead for NeuroLife.