Contact: Phil Sneiderman
Johns Hopkins University
Caption: Sridevi Sarma's research focuses on a system with three components: electrodes implanted in the brain, which are connected by wires to a neurostimulator or battery pack, and a sensing device, also located in the brain implant, which detects when a seizure is starting and activates the current to stop it.
Credit: Greg Stanley/JHU
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