Devon Griggs was selected as one of the two winners for the BlackRock Society for Neuroscience (SfN) travel award among more than hundred applicants for his work on Large-scale optogenetic interfaces. He was invited to give a talk at the BlackRock Electrophysiology Lounge on his project.
More detailed information on Devon’s work and abstract at this year’s SfN can be found here:
D. J. Griggs, W. K. S. Ojemann, K. Khateeb, M. Chu, A. Yazdan-Shahmorad, “Demonstration of an optimized, large-scale optogenetic interface for non-human primates”, The 49th annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, October 19-23, 2019, Chicago, IL, USA.
D. J. Griggs, K. Khateeb, S. Philips, J. W. Chan, W.K.S. Ojemann, A. Yazdan-Shahmorad, “Optimized large-scale optogenetic interface for non-human primates“, SPIE BIOS, 2019, Feb 7-12, San Francisco, California, USA.