Muthuswamy is an associate professor in the
He and fellow researchers are striving to create more reliable and intelligent neural interfaces to better understand changes in the wiring of the brain. Their goal is to improve techniques to prevent, diagnose and treat brain disorders.
Progress in the endeavor was reported on recently in a
Muthuswamy and his ASU team have been doing research on autonomous neural interfaces for the past 13 years, with ongoing support from the
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