Multidisciplinary approaches and collaborations are necessary to tackle and understand the complexity of the nervous system, and build the tools to study it. Our activities span the entire spectrum of neural research, from single cell molecular biology to the study of higher order cognitive functions.
Understanding, modeling and simulating how the brain works requires tremendous advances in artificial intelligence; conversely, this new knowledge will provide new ideas for innovative computing schemes and algorithms.
Tight collaboration with clinical partners orients research to address patients’ unmet needs and accelerate the translations of new discoveries. We develop non-invasive technologies, such as wearables, robotics, neurostimulation and neurofeedback rehabilitation strategies as well as invasive approaches such as new generation of electrodes, and smart implants, to alleviate the burden of neural disorders.
The Neuro X Institute is the home of a vibrant community of Principle Investigators, active in various areas of neuro-research.Learn more
Two open faculty positions in Neurotechnology, affiliated to the School of Engineering.Learn more