Neuroengineering is a growing field bringing together the study of biology, psychology, bioengineering, chemical engineering, mathematics and neuroscience to better understand, repair, heal, and enhance the neural systems. It is the intersection of the biological and non-living constructs and how those can work together.
Disciplines, or concentrations, within neuroengineering include:
- Neural imaging
- Neural interfaces
- Neural regrowth and repair
- Neural tissue regeneration
- Neural networks
- Neural prostheses
- Biomolecular therapies
Faculty working in Neuroengineering
- New soft, stretchable electronic devices designed by a team including Neuroscience faculty and alumni at Beckman Institute could change the way people undergo medical tests, control prosthetic devi
- Featured in the April 10 Daily Illini, Aadeel Akhtar, founder of PSYONIC, is featured for the bionic hand he has been working on and is currently produced by PSYONIC. He states, “Our prosthetic hand is actually faster, smaller and stronger than all the other prosthetic hands that are out there...
- BIOMIMICRY - PBS News Hour: Rashid Bashir, a professor of electrical and computer engineering and bioengineering at Illinois, and his team are developing bio-bots that move using real muscles activ