MSI Graduate Student Researchers Receive MnDRIVE Fellowships

posted on August 29, 2014

Three graduate student researchers at MSI have received fellowships for research under the MnDRIVE program area of Discoveries and Treatments for Brain Conditions. MnDRIVE is a partnership between the University and the state of Minnesota that is intended to advance research and innovation in four key areas. Besides brain conditions, the other three areas are Robotics, Sensors, and Advanced Manufacturing; Global Food Ventures; and Advancing Industry, Conserving our Environment.

The newly named Fellows are pursuing research and training in the emerging, trandisciplinary field of neuromodulation. The MSI researchers who are among the new Fellows are:

Bryan S. Baxter, Ph.D. student in Biomedical Engineering
MSI PI: Professor Bin He; Biomedical Engineering and Director, Institute for Engineering in Medicine (College of Science and Engineering)

Abbey Holt, Ph.D. student in the Graduate Program in Neuroscience
MSI PI: Associate Professor Tay Netoff; Biomedical Engineering (College of Science and Engineering)

Scott G. Warren, M.D./Ph.D student in the Graduate Program in Neuroscience
MSI PI: Associate Professor Geoffrey Ghose; Neuroscience (Medical School)

A complete list of Neuromodulation Fellows and descriptions of their projects can be found on the MnDRIVE website.