Lachlan L. Franquemont

Brown University, Providence, RI 
Brain-Computer Interface
"Lachlan Franquemont"

I came back to school after two careers. The first in the U.S. Army directly out of high school where I served in several combat zones. The next, after getting a degree in political science from the Ohio State University, was as an organizer and fund raising director for several non-profits and NGOs. I came back to school in 2004 at Arizona State University and a year later went to work in the bioengineering lab of Steven Helms Tillery. After graduating in summer of 2007, I entered Brown University as a graduate student in Neuroscience and went to work in the lab of John Donoghue. In addition I do some research at the Providence VA medical center under the direction of Dr. Albert Lo. I hope to combine aspects of both brain-computer interface and neurorehabilitation in my future work, particularly with an eye toward aiding in the rehabilitation of veterans. I was recently named a NSF graduate fellow.

Mean distance: 14.39 (cluster 17)
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Stephen I. Tillery research assistant 2005-2007 Arizona State
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John P. Donoghue grad student 2007- Brown
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Vargas-Irwin CE, Franquemont L, Black MJ, et al. (2015) Linking Objects to Actions: Encoding of Target Object and Grasping Strategy in Primate Ventral Premotor Cortex. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 35: 10888-97
Vargas-Irwin CE, Franquemont L, Black MJ, et al. (2015) Linking objects to actions: Encoding of target object and grasping strategy in primate ventral premotor cortex Journal of Neuroscience. 35: 10888-10897
Barrese JC, Rao N, Paroo K, et al. (2013) Failure mode analysis of silicon-based intracortical microelectrode arrays in non-human primates. Journal of Neural Engineering. 10: 066014
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