Computational Neuroscience Digging Deep At Georgia Tech

External News Details in Smyrna/Vinings focuses on one of Smyrna's city council representatives, Lewis Wheaton, who is also an associate professor in the School of Biological Sciences, and a member of Georgia Tech's neuroscience program. The prosthetics that Wheaton's team researches in his Cognitive Motor Control Lab would provide improved motor rehabilitation training for individuals with upper limb amputation. also links to a longer Georgia Tech feature on the interdisciplinary neuroscience program. 

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  • Created On: Sep 12, 2022 - 5:21pm
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