Liang Guo

Assistant Professor, Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Mentor Faculty

 

Current Research Description

Our research integrates advances in electronics, micro/nanofabrication, tissue engineering, synthetic biology, biomaterials, and neural engineering into the engineering of advanced neural interfacing technologies for neuroscience and neural prosthetics. We pursue two research themes:

  1. Electrode-based neural interfaces: We particularly focus on soft neural electrodes including stretchable microelectrode arrays for effectively recording and stimulating the nerves. Some relevant clinical applications of our research include peripheral nerve repair, treatment for denervation muscle atrophy, and functional electrical stimulation.
  2. Integrated cellular circuits: We study their fundamental science and engineering and apply them to developing living neural prosthetics.

Learn more about the Guo lab

Areas of Expertise
  • Neurotrauma, Neurological Disorders, & Gene Therapy
Education
  • PhD: Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Postdoctoral Training: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Robert S. Langer and Daniel G. Anderson
 

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Phone:
614-292-5878
656 Dreese Labs
2015 Neil Ave
Columbus, OH 43210