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Did you know that neural implants hold great potential for treating neurological disorders? Actuated is studying how acoustic stimulation can improve tissue health around implants to enhance function and improve longevity. #MedTechMonday @nihseed @NSFSBIR @AdvaMedUpdate NeuralGlider photo
Did you know that scientists are trying to control prosthetics with electrodes connected to the brain? On Wednesday we will see how Actuated's NeuralGlider Inserter is enabling enhanced electrode insertion for improved patient outcomes. #MedTechMonday NeuralGlider photo
Actuated's NeuralGlider Inserter enables neural electrodes greater placement accuracy with less tissue damage so that future prosthetics can be controlled by the human. See us on Friday for some supporting data. #WednesdaySolutions NeuralGlider photo

Neural Gordon Symposium

March 13 – 18, 2022

The Neural Devices team will be presenting the following abstracts at the Neuroelectronic Interfaces Gordon Research Seminar:

Microelectrode Arrays Insertion System Using Ultrasonic Vibration to Improve Insertion Mechanics and Reduce Tissue Dimpling and Trauma in the Cortex“, by members of the Actuated Medical team and the Kozai Lab.

“Delivery of Low-Intensity Pulsed Ultrasound in the Cortex to Improve Longevity and Performance of Neural Interfaces”, by members of the Actuated Medical team and the Kozai Lab.

Society for Neuroscience Virtual Conference

November 8-11, 2021

The NeuralGlider team will be presenting the following abstract:

“Surgical Implantation of Flexible Penetrating Electrodes in Deep Brain with an Ultrasonic Vibration Insertion System”

Abstract Control Number: 9746

Presentation Number: P941.05

Virtual Poster Session Time: 11:30-12:30 ET





2021 BRAIN Initiative Conference

June 15-17, 2021

The latest research developments using the NeuralGlider Inserter were presented at the 2021 BRAIN Initiative Conference.

NeuralGlider Inserter featured in Advancing Research with Linear Probes Webinar Series

February 24, 2021

Plexon invited Dr. Ryan Clement, Actuated Medical, Inc.’s Preclinical Studies Leader, to present during a five-week webinar series focused on research that uses linear probes.

“Ultrasonic Micro-vibration Enables Smoother Neural Probe Insertions for Improved Targeting“.