Mark has been working with the BrainGate research team since the summer of 2016. His research efforts focus on neural control of robotic prosthetic devices in translational, rotational, and grasp dimensions. He is developing the software and hardware to test this multidimensional control, and he is interested in applying his work to study how movement intention is encoded in the human motor cortex.
Mark will graduate in 2018 with an Sc.B. in Biomedical Engineering.