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This podcast's purpose is to bring together the field of neuroprosthetics / brain machine interfaces / brain implants in an understandable conversation about the current topics and breakthroughs. We hope to replace needing to read scientific papers on new research in an easy to digest way. Then people can share thoughts or ideas to facilitate 'idea sex' to make the field of brain implants a smaller and more personal space
 
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Interface is a podcast about the future of technology, both from a consumer and a high-level application perspective. Each week, hosts Chase Meusel, Andrew Lilja, and Ian Fuchs discuss a technology topic and how it applies to real-life now and in the future.
 
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Chuck and Kreg interview notable names from science, sci-fi, and tech
 
User Experience Design, Interaction Design und Usability für Industrie und Business
 
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Doctor Henry Greely is a professor of law at Stanford University. His primary focus surrounds discussing the ethics of biological innovation and their implications to society. He is the president and founder of the International Neuroethics Society. In this episode, he delves into the complications associated with developing ethics in the simil ...…
 
Doctor Takashi Kozai, or Doctor TK Kozai, is currently an assistant professor at the Swanson School of Engineering at the University of Pittsburgh. He currently works in his own laboratory and researches in-vivo calcium brain imaging. He also has a background in research concerning carbon electrode development. He has been offered to work with ...…
 
Doctor Alejandra Gonzalez is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Texas-Dallas that works in the fields of neurotechnology. She currently focuses on how she can develop graphing fibers that have better electrochemical properties for implantable devices. Top Three Takeaways: Her team is creating graphing fibers without good electrochem ...…
 
Ian Baumgart is a Biomedical Engineering Master’s student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He currently conducts research in Doctor Kip Ludwig’s Neural Engineering Laboratory. Baumgart’s current project focuses on the Injectrode, which is an injectable pre-polymer that can act as a conductor throughout the body along with nerves. Top Thr ...…
 
Doctor Cary Kuliasha is a postdoctoral research associate working with Doctor Jack Judy’s research laboratory at the University of Florida. His team focuses on the potential effects the body’s environment could have on biomedical devices over time through accelerated aging. Kuliasha’s work currently focuses on how Anisotropic Conductive Adhesiv ...…
 
Andrew Trask is currently a student at Oxford University and Author of Grokking Deep Learning performing his Ph.D. concerning anonymizing data. He discusses the facts concerning deep and machine learning and their possible benefits to society. Trask also discusses privacy securing techniques that would further benefit the field. Finally, Trask ...…
 
Cory Inman is a postdoctoral fellow at Emory University School of Medicine who studies the effect deep brain stimulation has on the emotional experience of humans. He seeks to treat depression in patients and potentially improve their memories through the effects of deep brain stimulation. In this episode, he explains how his team studies deep ...…
 
Jim Cavuoto runs Neurotech Reports where he seeks to educate the industry and public concerning neurotechnology and neuroprosthetics. Cavuoto studied at Case Western University as a biomedical engineering student and began writing about neurotechnology as an undergraduate student. His organization serves as an information source for four fields ...…
 
Jennifer French of Neurotech Reports received a spinal cord injury in 1998 and became the first woman to receive the Stand and Transfer neural implant system. A silver medalist in sailing at the 2012 Paralympic Games, she sits down to discuss her experiences with her implantable device and how it has affected her life. During this discussion, s ...…
 
Thomas Hughes, JD works as the senior principal advisor for The Regulatory and Clinical Research Institute based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. His organization works to assist medical device companies pass regulatory steps to sell their product and find paths for reimbursements necessary to fund the medical devices. He stresses that one of the mos ...…
 
Doctor Frederic Gilbert works at the University of Tasmania in Australia and studies neuroethics. A major theme is how Deep Brain Stimulation affects personality disorders. In a very limited amount of research, studies have indicated that some patients have experienced strong personality changes inclining them to depression, addiction and somet ...…
 
Robert Gaunt is in the field of biomedical engineering from the University of Pittsburgh’s Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation focusing on sensory neuroprosthetics. His research aims to assist patients who suffer from afflictions that range from amputations to bladder control. He recognizes the challenges the development of neuro ...…
 
Roberta Goode started Goode Compliance International to assist companies in the industry of biomedical engineering facing the scrutiny of regulations instilled by organizations like the Food and Drug Administration. Goode explains the purpose of her company and the path she took to ensure its success through years of experience and learning. Sh ...…
 
Founded by Martin Bak in 1983, Microprobes for Life Science seeks to provide a unique electrode model that uses Parylene-C as an insulator. This company aims to sell customizable products to neuroscientists studying electrophysiology. All products are handmade, tested for precision and quality, and made by request of the customer. The company h ...…
 
As the Chief Executive Officer of Nia Therapeutics, Dan Rizzuto and his team are currently developing a neurological implant that increases the memory of patients suffering from Alzheimer’s diseases and traumatic brain injury. By using deep brain stimulation (DBS) to increase high frequency functions and decrease low frequency functions in area ...…
 
Jack Judy is the director of Nanoscience Institute for Medical and Engineering Technologies at the University of Florida He serves to bridge the divide between engineering, medicine, and the sciences through the work he does with neurotechnologies and neural implants. He has focused on peripheral nerve interfaces and how stimulating these could ...…
 
This is the first of our Neural Implant roundtable where we talk with former guests Doug Clinton of Loup Ventures, Manfred Franke of Neuronoff, and Avery Bedows who founded the neural implant blog, the Substrate. This podcast focuses on the relationship between the public and the neurotechnology in the modern world. The key questions concerning ...…
 
I talked to Christopher Thomas today about his job as a Science Writer at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). How he went from being a graduate student to working as someone in media for the government. Since this is a new career path on this podcast we talk about the steps to get there and what others can do if they are interested in doin ...…
 
In this second part of the great interview, I was able to have with Jennifer French in her hometown of St. Petersburg Florida, we talked about the futures of many of the Brain Machine Interface technologies. Since she works for a reporting journal on the developments of the field, she knows everything about what is going on and the potentials o ...…
 
I had the great pleasure to meet with Jennifer French of Neurotech reports in St. Petersburg....Florida!!! In this first part of the episode we talk about her C6-7 spinal chord injury that has left her tetrapalegic for the last 20 years. But just as her accident was epic, so was the rest of her story with not taking no for an answer as being on ...…
 
I've actually been in contact with Doug Clinton for many months but only now have done an episode. He is a managing partner at Loup Ventures which has recently invested money in companies such as Neurable and former guest Paradromics. In this episode, we talk about why their firm invests in companies which have a longer time horizon like medica ...…
 
In this last episode from my interviews from the 2018 Neural Interfaces Conference in Minneapolis I talk to Dr Jacob Robinson about his idea to image potentially millions of neurons in parallel using a lensless imaging technology utilizing diffraction interference. Using this, it could be possible to get highly developed off-the-shelf products ...…
 
I've been in contact with Lowell Thompson of the Learning with Lowell podcast for some time and have become a fan of his work. He also covers many things Biotech and Science sometimes even touching upon the Brain Machine Interface space. In this joint episode which is being published on both shows, we talk about some of the cool interviews and ...…
 
I was able to sit down with Robert Shannon to talk about his pioneering role with Cochlear Implants. It was an honor to talk to him. Unfortunately, there were technical difficulties with some of the microphones so we tried to salvage the audio as much as possible
 
At the 2018 Neural Interfaces Conference in Minneapolis Loren Reith talked about how he improved the Utah Slant Array
 
Joost saw a problem with data management in the scientific space so he set out to fix it. He also helped made cloud storage and sharing much easier with Blackfynn
 
At the 2018 Neural Interface Conference the first person I talked to during the poster session was Gene Fridman of Johns Hopkins who was presenting on the ability to block small nerves using direct current. Since they used ions there were no disadvantages compared to if they used metal electrodes
 
At a poster session at the 2018 Neural Interfaces Conference, I talked to James Eles about his poster on the in vivo imaging of calcium activity during electrode implantation. They were able to image the firing of calcium neurons many times higher than their usual levels which is a sign of damage In vivo imaging of neuronal calcium during elect ...…
 
At the Neural Interface poster session, I was able to talk to William Huffman of the Warren Grill lab at Duke University about the reduction of invasive surgery using ultrasound guiding. This reduces the need for larger and more invasive surgeries which are of course much less damaging to the animal or the patient…
 
Christopher Heelan presented a poster at the 2018 Neural Interfaces Conference in Minneapolis on one of the biggest problems in BCI research, data processing. This device is able to handle up to 6500 channels at one time and can be used in parallel. They have formed a company to help solve of data processing labs…
 
At the 2018 Neural Interfaces Conference poster session, I met with Bin Feng of the University of Connecticut where he talked about the increased nerve conduction velocity using ultrasound. Ultrasound apparently can increase the speed of the nerve transmission even taking out such factors such as increased thermal energy from the inputted ultra ...…
 
Jack Whalen of Platinum Group Coatings talks about the coatings that they offer for different electrodes. They offer these electrode coatings which offer improved electrical properties with hopefully good biocompatibility as well.
 
At the 2018 Neural Interfaces Conference Thaddeus Brink of Medtronic talks about being able to sense and modulate bladder fill levels in sheep. Using an API they were able to detect voids and apply stimulation externally
 
Thank you so much for attending the Neural Interfaces Conference 2018 in Minneapolis. There were over 500 attendees everything went without a hitch! Thanks again for excellent hosting by Matt Johnson! Watch the YouTube versions starting here https://youtu.be/5VOx4frJFG4
 
University of Tübingen postdoc, Ujwal Chaudhary, and I talk about some of his techniques to unlock patients who are locked in. Those who are paralyzed and cannot move their hands or eyes can have a small non-invasive Near Infrared device placed on their head to be able to decipher binary yes and no answers. The technique measures the level of b ...…
 
Joke: In this solo episode, I talk about some of the unpublished work which you can expect out of the Otto lab here at University of Florida. The Turbo Encabulator will be some of the most revolutionary work that will have come into the field of neuroscience: This original machine has a base plate of prefabulated amulite, surmounted by a mallea ...…
 
In this episode, we do our first Journal Club style episode where we go over a paper. We hope this can be useful to those who haven't read the paper as well as those who have and wanted to hear some outside opinions about the work. This first week's paper is "Long-lasting increase in axonal excitability after epidurally applied DC" Thanks to Ia ...…
 
After many months of travelling my plans got cut short a bit and I returned to the US. I took a position here at the University of Florida working on peripheral nerves despite my skepticism about the size of the city. Now after about a month of working here I have to say that I am very happy with Dr. Otto, the labmates, the project, and even th ...…
 
In this interview with Dr Cindy Chestek of the University of Michigan, we talk about her projects ranging from neuroprosthetics for amputees all the way to Carbon Fiber implants on the order of 10 microns. We also talk about some of the disagreements that neuroscientists have versus the neuroprosthetics people have on signal fidelity versus hig ...…
 
In this interview, I sat down with Sherman Wiebe of Blackrock Microsystems. We had a short talk during the Society for Neuroscience in November in 2017 where we talk about the benefits of the Utah Electrode Array (UEA). We talk about their arrays which have up to 1000 channels. The UEA is also the only electrode which has been FDA approved in h ...…
 
I caught Andre Snellings on the Society for Neuroscience (SfN) floor and grabbed him quickly to do an interview about NeuroNexus and Michigan Electrodes. We quickly talk about some of the advantages of the Michigan array which has the advantage of being a 3-dimensional electrode. The electrodes are also customizable, "if a customer can draw it ...…
 
One of the coolest demonstrations during SfN in November 2017 was that of Actuated Medical. Ryan Clement was kind enough to sit down with me to talk about some of the amazing reductions their company is able to deliver using ultrasound vibrations. They are able to insert the implants using about half the force and preventing dimpleing as well. ...…
 
I was able to sit down and talk with Pasha Takmakov during SfN after seeing his poster on accelerated neural interface testing. He talks about the research where he could simulate years of degradation in only a week. This could one day speed up the iteration cycles of electrode designs leading to better designs. This recording had a bit of clic ...…
 
It was really fun to talk to Greg Gage during SfN in November 2017. During our interview, he demonstrated some of the new neural educational toys from Backyard Brains. We were able to read neural activity, send that neural activity into his arm, and finally send his into my arm. I didn't like the last one, it worked but it felt like electricity ...…
 
It was a pleasure to talk with Danny McDonnell of Ripple Neuro which is also based in Utah. In this episode we talk about the beginnings of the company and growing organically. He talks about some of the advantages of some new experimental experimentation such as being able to upload your own code and having the data acquisition system be porta ...…
 
I think one of my favorite posters during SfN was with Theo Zanos and the work at the Feinstein Institute involving the vagus nerve. They were able to read insulin, glucose, and cytokyne signals going from the body to the brain. This is the first step in bioelectronic medicine, being able to read and write the information coming from the body. ...…
 
It was an honor to meet with Ian Burkhart after hearing so much about him. This show has had at least a half-dozen researchers that had published papers based on his implanted array. Ian is a quadriplegic patient that volunteered to have a Utah Electrode array implanted in his brain so that he could move his fingers. Now it has been implanted i ...…
 
Dr Joern Rickert is the CEO of Cortec and I had a chance to sit down to talk with him during the Society for Neuroscience (SfN) in November 2017. In this episode we talk about a bit of what SfN is like and then we continue on to Coretec's technology. Their goal is to make the human brain connectable to Artificial intelligence. They specialize i ...…
 
I love Isaac Arthur's Science and Futurism Youtube channel and podcast. So when he covered the topic of Mind Augmentation I asked him if I could share the show on this channel as well. It is a bit different than what this podcast usually is about since it deals with the more science fiction possibilities 100 years in advance. Nonetheless, I thi ...…
 
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