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Dr. Jeffrey Ojemann Speaks On Brain Machine Interface

On October 4, 2012, UCSD neurosurgery was pleased to welcome Dr. Jeffrey Ojemann  of the Seattle Children's Hospital who presented rounds on brain machine interface in 2012. Dr. Ojemann's work centers on the use of cortical electrophysiology to map motor tasks and to then to generate real-time control of robotic devices. 

As one of the nations leading translational neuroscientists, Dr. Ojemann work highlights the power of using intraoperative recordings obtained during surgery to study and master brain function.