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  • Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering
  • School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering

Bradley Greger researches how the nervous system processes information related to sensory, motor, and cognitive functions, then translates clinical needs into devices which improve quality of care and patient outcomes.

Greger's current projects include developing a neural prosthesis to provide approximated vision for the profoundly blind and creating eye-movement communication tools for patients with “locked-in-syndrome.” Greger, a neural engineering associate professor, also is investigating how other disorders, like epilepsy or traumatic brain injury, may be improved using the deep brain stimulation (DBS) treatment that yields success for Parkinson’s patients. Greger collaborates with clinicians at Barrow Neurological Institute and Phoenix Children’s Hospital.

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