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The interdisciplinary team of neurobiologists, bioengineers, and electrical engineers have improved the speed and accuracy of the device that interprets brain signals and moves a cursor.
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Biomedical Devices and Sensors and Systems (
2016
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Choosing electrical engineering as an undergraduate, Audrey Bowden knew it would give her a strong technical foundation to be successful in any career. Combining her EE foundation with optics and biomedical engineering has resulted in her ideal environment. Today, Audrey's teaching and research reflects her commitment and passion to address critical societal challenges.