Introducing in 2019
Neural Prosthesis Live Webinar Series

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The Neural Prosthesis (NP) Seminar Series debuted in 1988. Since its debut, this series has sponsored numerous distinguished clinicians and scientists, working in areas that include functional neuromuscular and electrical stimulation, neuromodulation, brain computer interfaces (BCI), pain mechanisms and blocking, simulation & modeling, autonomic system,  traumatic brain injury (TBI), and other related areas.

The Neural Prosthesis Live Webinar Series is a public educational forum with prominent presenters active in all areas of research. The series brings together researchers, scientists, clinicians and students in the Northeast Ohio Research Community to encourage the exchange of scientific information on global emerging neuromodulation and neurostimulation topics.

In 2019, the Cleveland FES Center launched the NP Webinar Series to allow the live stream audience to participate in the Webinars. Submitted questions will be addressed during the Q&A following the presentation.

The NP Webinar Series is sponsored by the Cleveland FES Center in partnership with our co-hosts.


Download the Fall 2019 NP Live Webinar Brochure


NP Live Webinar 2019 – 2020 Series



Thursday, November 7  |  3:00 pm

Wolstein Research Building, Room 1413

Reception immediately following

Jeffrey Ardell, PhD
Professor In-Residence, Cardiology
David Geffen School of Medicine
University of California, Los Angeles

Director of UCLA Neurocardiology Center of Excellence
UCLA Cardiac Arrhythmia Center

Webinar Co-host: MetroHealth, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

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Thursday, December 5 |  3:00 pm

Wolstein Research Building, Room 1413

Reception immediately following

Marom Biksom, PhD
Assistant Professor, Biomedical Engineering
The City College of New York

Webinar Co-host: Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute



Visit the Webinar archive for information,
videos and other media from previous speakers and topics



Thank you to the FES Institute for the generous partnership support to FES Center educational and outreach programs.