Designing a retractor tool that can be enlarged at the working end will allow neurosurgeons greater freedom of movement during neurosurgery.
Junseok Chae joined Arizona State University in 2005 as an assistant professor and now he is associate dean for research at Fulton Schools of Engineering of ASU, and a professor in the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering. His areas of interests are wearable sensors and actuators, miniaturized biomedical wireless sensors and systems.
Total projects: 8
Exploring wireless real-time intraoperative brain mapping techniques can improve the accuracy of gross tumor resection.
Creating a wireless, battery-less brain signal recorder will reduce difficulties in diagnosing and treating neurological disorders.
Developing a wireless wearable respiratory monitor will aid health care professionals in identifying and treating respiratory diseases.