Postdoctoral Fellow
Amy Orsborn


Brain-machine interfaces
Brain mapping
Virtual-reality + motion capture



Amy is interested in brain-machine interfaces, both for developing neuroprostheses and as a tool to study motor learning and control. Her work in the Pesaran Lab explores BMIs controlled with signals at varying spatial scales (e.g. ECoG, LFP, spikes) and sources (central versus peripheral) to understand how and why the control signals influence performance. She is also exploring high-dimensional control of reach and grasp, both in natural and neuroprosthetic control systems.