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November 11-15 , 2023 – Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.
Actuated Medical is excited to attend the Neuroscience 2023 Conference where our team will be displaying NeuralGlider alongside some very exciting new technologies that are in development. Stop by our conference booth #2931 to check out our newest devices and chat with our team!
The Neural Devices team will be presenting the following abstracts:
“Development of focused low-intensity pulsed ultrasound devices as a modulator of neural activity and the foreign body response to implanted cortical electrodes” (PSTR058 11/11/2023 1:00pm-5:00pm)
“Ultrasonic Vibration of Neural Implants Decreases Insertion Force, Improving Implant Accuracy and Decreasing Insertion-based Tissue Damage” (PSTR117 11/12/2023 8:00am-12:00pm)
Actuated Medical will be attending the MedTech Conference, October 9-11, 2023 in Anaheim, California as part of the NIH Innovation Pavilion. You can stop by the pavilion at any time to see NeuralGlider alongside our newest neural device, the SonoShield™ Defender.
BRAIN Initiative 2023
June 11 – 13, 2023
The Neural Devices team will be presenting the following abstracts at the BRAIN Initiative 2023:
“BRAIN Initiative Meeting 2023 – Ultrasonic Vibration Assisted Insertion Decreases Insertion Force of Metal Cannula for Improved Targeting of Subcortical Infusions”
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.
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“.