Neuro@Tech

Neuroscience and Neuroengineering research and education are found across multiple Schools and Colleges at Georgia Tech and span a wide range of interests, many of which pivot on cutting-edge technology.

Neuro@Tech devleops and translates innovative solutions to the challenges of understanding the complexity of the nervour system, treating neurological diseases and injuries, and augmenting neural function. Neuro@Tech uses qualitative systems-level, and integrative approaches to study the brain, spinal cord, and peripheral nervous system.

Activity measurement at single cell

Principal Investigator: Craig Forest
Georgia Institute of Technology
Title: "In-vivo circuit activity measurement at single cell, sub-threshold resolution"
BRAIN Category: Tools for Cells and Circuits (RFA MH-14-216)

Dr. Forest's team will use a newly developed robot guided technique to measure precise changes in electrical activity from individual neurons that are connected over long distances across the brain, to understand how these connections change when our brains go into different states, such as sleeping and waking.

Craig Forest, PhD – Ga. Tech

Associate Professor of Bioengineering and BioMedical Engineering, Georgia Tech
Principal Investigator, Precision Biosystems Laboratory
Facilitator for Invention Studio

Forest conducts research on miniaturized, high-throughput robotic instrumentation to advance neuroscience and genetic science, working at the intersection of bioMEMS, precision machine design, optics, and microfabrication. Prior to Georgia Tech, he was a research fellow in Genetics at Harvard Medical School.

Precision Biosystems Laboratory – Ga. Tech

Principal Investigator: Craig Forest
Neuro@Tech

The Precision Biosystems Laboratory is focused on fundamental engineering advancements, the development of miniaturized, high-throughput robotic instrumentation, and the application of the two to advance biomolecular science. Their research program is in the emerging bio-nano field—at the intersection of bioMEMS, machine design, neuroengineering, genetics, optics, and manufacturing.

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