ENTICe is a collaborative effort between the Emory departments of neurology, neurosurgery, and psychiatry and behavioral sciences in partnership with scientists and biomedical engineers from Georgia Tech, to facilitate research and technical investigation to solve hurdles and develop new ideas to improve patient outcomes.

"One of the focuses of ENTICe’s Translational Neuroengineering Laboratory is regeneration of the nervous system to treat situations in which there is damage from neurodegenerative disorders, stroke, brain injury, and other problems," says Robert E. Gross, MD, PhD, director and co-founder of ENTICe and professor of neurosurgery, neurology, biomedical engineering and neuroscience at Emory University School of Medicine. Dr. Gross is a faculty member in the NS program.

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