Bryce Chung, a postdoc in Emory biologist Sam Sober’s lab, created the electrode arrays together with Sober and electrical engineers Muneeb Zia and Muhannad Bakir at Georgia Tech. The electrode array technology was developed with the support of the McKnight Foundation, with ongoing support from the Simons Foundation and the National Institutes of Health.
“Our device will be the first to let researchers and clinicians record high-resolution electrical activity simultaneously from the large number of muscles controlling a complex behavior,” Sober says. Read more . . .