F A C U L T Y

Angel V. Peterchev, PhD, Associate Professor, Depts. of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, Biomedical Engineering, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Neurosurgery; Director of BSEL

angel.peterchev@duke.edu

Dr. Peterchev's primary research interests include device development, computational modeling, as well as research and clinical applications of transcranial electric and magnetic brain stimulation.

More information about Dr. Peterchev can be found on his [Scholars@Duke] profile.

Stefan M. Goetz, PhD, Assistant Professor, Depts. Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Neurosurgery

stefan.goetz@duke.edu

Dr. Goetz's interests include magnetic stimulation technology, estimation algorithms, neural modeling, and mechanism characterization. He also works on advanced power electronic circuits with applications in electrical energy conversion.

More information about Dr. Goetz can be found on his [Scholars@Duke] profile.

S T A F F

Boshuo Wang, PhD

Senior Research Associate

boshuo.wang@duke.edu

Dr. Wang's research interests include neural prostheses, engineering, and modulation, and related modeling, electrophysiology, and interface technology.

Rena Hamdan, BS

R & D Engineer II

rena.hamdan@duke.edu

Mechanical designs, coil manufacturing, rapid prototyping

Raj Kundu, BS

R & D Engineer I

raj.kundu@duke.edu

Accurate, affordable, and easy-to-use navigation for transcranial magnetic stimulation.

Eleanor (Ellie) Wood, BS

Clinical Research Specialist, Sr

eleanor.wood@duke.edu

Regulatory support, coordination, and execution of studies with human studies.

Marisa Spurrell, BA

Project Coordinator

marisa.spurrell@duke.edu

Coordinator for the Duke Visiting Fellowship in TMS and ECT Fellowship Program (see Education)

T R A I N E E S

David LK Murphy, PhD

Postdoctoral Research Associate

david.murphy@duke.edu

Dr. Murphy is a prior BSEL member that has rejoined the lab. He is working on applying quiet TMS and focal deep brain technologies to human research.

Gene J. Yu, PhD

Postdoctoral Research Associate

gene.yu@duke.edu

Dr. Yu is investigating the acute and chronic effects of transcranial magnetic stimulation on cortical networks via computer simulation and modeling. His general research interests include the construction of large-scale neuronal network models for improving therapeutic treatments for the brain.

Jinshui (Jimmy) Zhang, MS

PhD Candidate, Electrical & Computer Engineering

jinshui.zhang@duke.edu

Jinshui Zhang works on power electronics for magnetic brain stimulation applications.

Ruochen Wang, MS Student, Biomedical Engineering

Multi-scale TMS and tES modeling


Rohit Raguram, Undergraduate Student, Mathematics & Computer Science

Accurate, affordable, and easy-to-use navigation for transcranial magnetic stimulation


Daniel Zhang, MS Student, Electrical and Computer Engineering & Physics

Duke University Pratt Fellow

Working on Quiet Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (qTMS) and Lattice Power Converters


Yiru Li, Undergraduate Student, Biomedical Engineering

Duke University Pratt Fellow

Applications of computational TMS targeting


Sara Min, Undergraduate Student, Biomedical Engineering & Computer Science

Duke University Pratt Fellow

Bridging the gap from neural spiking to evoked potentials: Simulating the network response to electromagnetic stimulation


Jason Tran, Undergraduate Student, Biomedical Engineering

Magnetogenetic stimulation generator


Michael Larbie Jr., Undergraduate Student, Biomedical Engineering

Magnetogenetic stimulation generator


Joseph Zhang, Undergraduate Student, Biomedical Engineering, Electrical & Computer Engineering

Computational modeling, MPS-TMS


Yi Chen, Undergraduate Student, Electrical & Computer Engineering

Advanced electric vehicle drive


E V E N T S

Some photos of BSEL social events during the years...

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A C A D E M I C A D V I S I N G 'G E N E A L O G Y'

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