The Building Reliable Advances and Innovation in Neurotechnology (BRAIN) Center develops and tests the efficacy, safety, and long-term reliability of patient-centered neurotechnology. The BRAIN Center allows research that would not be possible within the traditional silos of academic, industry, regulatory, and clinical communities.
The BRAIN Center's mission is to develop safe, effective, and affordable personalized neurotechnologies for diagnostics, restoration, enhancement, and rehabilitation of sensory, motor, affective, and cognitive functions. This is pursued by supporting innovative interdisciplinary research across the multiple dimensions of brain function and behavior, with the ultimate goal of improving quality of life.
The BRAIN Center's discoveries:
Jenny Fula Torrijos
Program Manager UH Site)
Project Coordinator ASU Site
Site Director ASU Site
Co-Director for Innovation and Translation, and Site Director University of Houston
The BRAIN Center research topics focus on the needs of the members and the capabilities of the participating universities. Topics include:
BRAIN Center research areas include: