2017 Award Recipients

Poster Awards: 1st place

Logan Grado
University of Minnesota
Reinforcement learning for phasic disruption of pathological oscillations in a computational model of Parkinson’s disease
MNS-174

Poster Awards: 2nd place

Peter Boutros
Johns Hopkins University
Continuous Restoration of the Human Vestibulo-Ocular Reflex via a Multichannel Vestibular Implant
MNS-240
Luke Johnson
University of Minnesota
Subthalamic nucleus deep brain stimulation alters kinesthetic information processing in primary motor cortex
MNS-138
Enrico Opri
University of Florida
Cortico-thalamic Based Responsive Deep Brain Stimulation for the Treatment of Essential Tremor
MNS-229

Poster Awards: 3rd place

Collin Anderson
University of Utah Department of Neurology
Deep Cerebellar Stimulation to Treat Degenerative Cerebellar Ataxias
MNS-190
Brian Lundstrom
Mayo Clinic
Chronic cortical stimulation for treatment of focal epilepsy with interictal discharges as a biomarker
MNS-111
Morgan Newhoff
University of Minnesota
An Investigation into the Cellular Mechanisms Underlying Ultrasonic Neuromodulation.
MNS-149

Travel Awards

Kristin Hageman
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
Electrically-Evoked Eye Movements using a Vestibular Prosthesis Designed to Restore Sensation of Gravitoinertial Acceleration
MNS-226
Bryan Howell
Case Western Reserve University
Model-Based Identification of Candidate Optimal Stimulation Settings in Subcallosal Cingulate Deep Brain Stimulation for Treatment Resistant Depression
MNS-171
Michal Kucewicz
Mayo Clinic
Human Memory Enhancement through Electrical Brain Stimulation in the Temporal Cortex.
MNS-166
Bingshuo Li
University of Tübingen
Depicting transcranial magnetic stimulation from a neuronal perspective
MNS-237
Evan Nicolai
Mayo Clinic
Electrochemical Method for Vagus Nerve Stimulation Evoked Catecholamine Release at End Organs
MNS-238
M Sohail Noor
University of Calgary
Thalamic-DBS-Induced Cortical Perfusion Is Dependent On Baseline Cortical State
MNS-228
Sharon Olsen
AUT University
Exploring measures of gait variability following neuromodulation: A feasibility study in people with stroke.
MNS-232
Enrico Opri
University of Florida
Cortico-thalamic Based Responsive Deep Brain Stimulation for the Treatment of Essential Tremor
MNS-229
Wendy Peh
Singapore Institute for Neurotechnology, National University of Singapore
Adaptive and automated closed-loop stimulation of pelvic nerve for bladder emptying
MNS-234
Olivia Samotus
University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario
Spinal cord stimulation reduces freezing of gait episodes and improves gait in advanced Parkinson’s disease patients
MNS-144


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