Microelectrodes Used Like GPS To Help Guide Surgeons #SaturdayMorningCartoons
Microelectrodes used like GPS to help guide surgeons. via psmag
…we met Rutgers University Ph.D. student Maria Qadri, who explains the huge potential benefits of health quantification—the measurement of data from the body. Below, learn about her research that creates a sort of GPS for microelectrodes in deep brain stimulation, a treatment for Parkinson’s disease symptoms.
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