Neuroengineering and Bioelectricity

Neuroengineering and Bioelectricity involves the study of excitable cells and tissues, and how the electrical properties of these cells and tissues affect physiologic function and disease. Neuroengineering and Bioelectricity research at UC Davis involves a wide range of experimental, computational, and quantitative research focused on clinically-relevant health conditions and diseases. Currently, our expertise in Neuroengineering and Bioelectricity includes a diverse range of applications including motor control, neuroplasticity, computational modeling, and cardiac electrophysiology.

Neuroengineering and Bioelectricity

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Audrey Fan

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  • Assistant Professor