Azadeh Yazdan-Shahmorad receives Interdisciplinary Rehabilitation Engineering Career Development award
Dr. Yazdan has received an Interdisciplinary Rehabilitation Engineering Career Development (IREK12) program award. This award will support our lab’s efforts to develop novel neural interfaces and investigate the plasticity mechanism of the brain.
The mission of the IREK12 program is to recruit and train scholars with engineering and other quantitative backgrounds to become successful rehabilitation scientists in basic, translational and/or clinical research. These rehabilitation scientists will have the ability to integrate knowledge from the various disciplines involved in Movement and Rehabilitation Science (MRS) research, including engineering, quantitative neuroscience and physiology, and affiliated clinical sciences.
Read more about the IREK12 program.