Eric Musselman
Student

Eric Musselman is a fifth-year PhD student in the Grill Lab. He develops and validates models of peripheral nerve stimulation to predict nerve response to electrical stimulation across species and within individuals of a population. His work informs selection of stimulation parameters to translate therapies to the clinic. He previously earned his BS and MEng degrees in biomedical engineering and minor in finance at Duke while working in the Grill Lab.

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