DAVID J WARREN portrait
  • Adjunct Associate Professor, Elect & Computer Engineering
  • Research Associate Professor, Biomedical Engineering

Education

  • Bachelor of Science , Department of Electrical Engineering, Washington State University
  • Master of Science , Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Washington. Project: A Model of a Pressurized Water Nuclear Reactor Pressurizer for Use with an Instrumentation Failure Detection System
  • Doctor of Philosophy , Department of Bioengineering, University of Utah. Project: Examination of the Organization and Plasticity of Primary Visual Cortex with Multielectrode Arrays

Research Summary

My particular research focuses on the decoding of afferent and efferent neuronal and muscular signals and stimulation of afferent and efferent neuronal pathways for use with neuroprostheses to restore sensory and motor function after spinal cord injury or limb loss.