Adrien Rapeaux is currently enrolled in the High Performance Distributed and Embedded Systems Center for Doctoral Training. He graduated with honours from Phelma School of Engineering in France in 2014 with an aim to develop neuroprosthetics for patients with spinal cord injuries. He joined the Centre for Bio-Inspired Technology in October 2014 after an exchange year at Imperial College in the Department of Bioengineering. His current research project involves developing embedded electronic systems and strategies for selective peripheral nerve interfacing.
PhD Thesis Topic
Combined Excitatory and Inhibitory Stimulation for Highly Selective Neural Interfacing
Neuroprosthetics, peripheral nerve interfaces, spinal cord injury, nerve mapping.
Perra E, Rapeaux A, Nikolic K, 2018, The Crucial Role of Nerve Depolarisation in High Frequency Conduction Block in Mammalian Nerves: Simulation Study., Conf Proc Ieee Eng Med Biol Soc, Vol:2018, ISSN:1557-170X, Pages:2214-2217
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et al., 2018, Preliminary study of time to recovery of rat sciatic nerve from high frequency alternating current nerve block, 40th International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), IEEE, Pages:1-4
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