Amy Orsborn

University of Washington

Clare Boothe Luce Assistant Professor

Learning And Memory Electrophysiology Machine Learning Motor Learning BCI

Assistant professor working at the intersection of neuroscience and engineering. My research uses engineering tools like real-time brain-computer interfaces to study fundamental principles of sensorimotor learning, and uses neuroscientific insights to solve engineering problems in neural prosthetic applications. We study sensorimotor learning using both non-human primate animal models and human subjects studies. Techniques we use include advanced large-scale neurophysiology, real-time adaptive decoding, and novel sensory-motor perturbation paradigms.

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