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BRAIN, DATA, TECHNOLOGY


"Like many other fields, science has its fashions"

ABOUT ME

HAMMAD KHAN

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Hello! I am a PhD graduate student at Purdue University studying under Dr. Krishna Jayant in the Nano Neurotechnology Lab. My research focuses on technologically driven neuroscience. During my undergraduate, under the guidance of Dr. Anja Kunze, I developed a device that investigated the topographical changes that effect neuronal calcium signaling, applicable for neurodegenerative disease. My current research focus extends to using two-photon calcium imaging, high-density electrode recording, and nanofabrication for in vivo application in awake, behaving mice.

RESEARCH
THE BEAUTY OF THE BRAIN THE BIG QUESTION MOVING FORWARD

Here are snippets of my latest work
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Silicon wafer for scalable device fabrication
Virtual reality immersion for behavioral mice experiments
Neuronal population imaged through 2-photon microscopy
Conductive electrode sites
Volumetric stack of cortical neurons in an awake mouse
Calcium event traces of neurons
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WHERE I WORK

Nano NeuroTechnology Lab

West Lafayette, US
Email: khan332@purdue.edu

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