TxBDC NEWS - 2019

February 20, 2019

The Texas Biomedical Device Center was awarded a grant worth up to $3.5 million from the National Institutes of Health to support wireless nerve stimulation to enhance recovery after stroke. Read More

February 1, 2019

We are excited to announce that today after 2 years of hard work we submitted to the Food and Drug Administration two Investigational Device Exemptions (IDE) for our wireless vagus nerve stimulator called ReStore. This implantable biomedical device, entirely developed at The University of Texas at Dallas, with our commercial partner Teliatry, Inc. will allow us to perform clinical trials using Targeted Plasticity Therapy to restore functions lost as a result of neurological injuries and disease. Read More

January 30, 2019

Robert Morrison, graduate student at the TxBDC was recently awarded $1,000 in the Open Science Framework's Preregistration Challenge. This education campaign was supported by the Laura and John Arnold Foundation and included $1,000 prizes for researchers who published the results of preregistered work. Read More

January 25, 2019

It is an exciting time for the Texas Biomedical Device Center. Just six years ago we embarked on this incredible journey to improve the lives of those suffering from neurological injuries. In that short time our team has published over 100 peer-reviewed papers, trained hundreds of students to conduct rigorous research, raised over $37 million in external funding, and treated 150 people using Targeted Plasticity Therapy in 5 clinical trials. Read More

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