Sarah K. Brodnick
Sarah K. Brodnick was born in Elkhorn, WI, USA, in 1983. She received the B.A. degree in zoology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI, in 2005. In 2005 she joined the Wisconsin National Primate Research Center as an Animal Research Technician; and in 2007, she became an Associate Research Specialist in the Anatomy Department for the University of Wisconsin-Madison. From 2008 to 2009, she shared joint Research Specialist positions in the Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering Departments also at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Since 2009, she has been a full time Lab Manager for Justin Williams lab at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her current research interests include micro-ECoG and other neural interface device fabrication, glial responses to implanted neural devices, neural prosthetics, in vivo imaging, and device signal interpretation. She has been a Member of the Society for Neuroscience since 2009. Ms. Brodnick received the 2012–2013 Critical Compensation Fund Award at the University of Wisconsin Madison for her work in the William's Lab.
TBME, Featured ArticlesClosed-Loop Optogenetic Brain Interface
Ramin Pashaie, Ryan Baumgartner, Thomas Richner, Sarah K. Brodnick, Mehdi Azimipour, Kevin W. Eliceiri, Justin C. Williams
Brain-machine interface (BMI) techniques are developed to implement direct data communication links between the brain and artificial computers. The main objective in using BMI systems is to bypass or compensate possible damages in data processing pathways in the brain or... Read more
Posted on 29 SEP 2015