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Research interests

My laboratory research includes strategies to improve axonal regeneration in both a peripheral nerve and spinal cord injury model and the development of innovative technology targeting peripheral nerve/neuroprosthetic interfaces. My laboratory is designed to employ an interdisciplinary approach to engineer novel technological platforms, medical devices, and clinical therapies with significant potential for clinical translation. My primary long-term clinical interest is to improve both sensory and motor function in patients with peripheral nerve and spinal cord injuries.

Clinical interests

General neurosurgery, spinal oncology, spinal cord injury, complex spinal reconstruction, cervical spondylosis, spondylolithesis, spinal tumors, cancer, inflammatory disease, ankylosing spondylitis, rheumatoid arthritis, congenital disorders, cervical spine surgery, spinal instrumentation, cervical root injection, spinal disorders resulting from degenerative disease, disorders of cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine; disorders of craniocervical junction, Peripheral nerve injuries, brachial plexus injuries, nerve transfers, nerve transfers for spinal cord injury


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