Optimizing Epidural Stimulation for SCI Using a Home Wireless Accelerometer System – Dr. David Darrow

David Darrow, M.D.

David Darrow, M.D.

In this Working 2 Walk 2016 video, Dr. Darrow talks about the work being done at the University of Minnesota, in collaboration with other partners, to optimize the techniques used in epidural stimulation and maximize deployment of the technology.

David Darrow, MD, is a neurosurgery resident at the University of Minnesota. He is interested in functional neurosurgery and is specifically focused on epilepsy, pain, movement disorders, and neuropsychiatric diseases. He seeks a novel approach towards these foci with neuroinformatics and validated model-based methods. He is interested in both invasive and noninvasive neuromodulation and is completing a neuromodulation fellowship in transcranial focused ultrasound. He specializes in clinical trials and the application of novel devices and algorithms to the intensive care unit and neurosurgical patients.

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