04/2020: Besides COVID-19 difficulties, I am happy to share the great news that Zeynep Malkoc received the 2020 Robert E. and Julia C. Noble Family Engineering Scholarship award. Congratulations Zeynep!
03/2020: We switched to online office hours, lab meetings, and teaching due to COVID-19. For more info contact the P.I.
02/2020: We just announced the three winners of our 2nd "Engineering Brain Art” image competition.
11/2019: Hammad from the Kunze Lab got featured in the MSU News.
09/01/2019: Congratulation to Mackenna Landis and Connor Beck for receiving the Mildred Livingston Presidential Award, and the Meritorious Award, respectively.
03/15/2019: Anja obtained funding through an NSF CAREER award to work on magnetic-based force stimulation in large-scale neuronal networks. News coverage.
Go to the NEWS page to read more about recent updates.
Research projects in the Kunze Lab live at the interface between micro- and nano-engineered tools and neuroscience with the scope of understanding the role and function of the brain microstructure in healthy brains and during the progression of neurodegenerative diseases.
Go to the RESEARCH page to read more about the different research projects in our lab.
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For the Fall semester 2019, we are offering new projects for CAPSTONE, 490R, Honor College, FYRE, or USP INBRE students in the area of BioMEMS and Bioelectronics or Neuroengineering. Get in contact with the P.I. now to talk about your interest and to obtain project overviews.
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