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Second Derivative system developed by students at UT Dallas with Texas Instruments.

The Neurotriage system is designed to detect brain impairments to make sports safer by removing players from harm’s way when impaired.

Researchers supported by the National Institutes of Health are launching a clinical trial to test a device that uses nervous system stimuli to rewire parts of the brain, in hopes of significantly reducing or removing tinnitus.

UT Dallas researchers are at the forefront of investigations into brain plasticity and its role in the development of tinnitus and chronic pain, as well as stroke, traumatic brain injury, autism, schizophrenia, Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease.

The Texas Biomedical Device Center is a collaborative effort engaging researchers from multiple disciplines working toward a common goal: creating new biomedical technology and therapies. The interdisciplinary program has a very strong connection with the Department of Bioengineering and includes faculty members from the School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences, the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science, and the School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics.

Together, these researchers will ensure that recent and future technological advances make it from the research laboratory into the clinic and ultimately to patients.


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