Smart Biomedical Device Systems
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Latest News and EventsInterested in our lab? Join us for our Camarillo Lab Open House at 5PM on Wednesday, March 4, 2015 in Shriram Center Room 202. We'll have our work on display, and you'll be able to tour the lab and chat with Prof. Camarillo and current lab members about Spring and Summer rotation projects. Food and drinks will be provided. Link to flyer
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Researchers measure concussion forces in greatest detail yet. Stanford Medical Center Report
Mouthguard measures full force of a concussion. Futurity
Stanford researchers measure concussion forces in greatest detail yet. Stanford News
Published manuscript: F. Hernandez, L. C. Wu, M. C. Yip, K. Laksari, A. R. Hoffman, J. R. Lopez, G. Grant, S. Kleiven, D. B. Camarillo. Six degree of freedom measurements of human mild traumatic brain injury. Annals of Biomedical Engineering 2014. Springer Link
Ongoing research looks into nature of concussions in sports. Stanford Daily
Congratulations to Livia Zarnescu for winning a Reviewer's Choice Award at the 2014 Annual Meeting of the Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES 2014)!
Stanford lab works to prevent concussions suffered by football players. ABC News
Camarillo Lab welcomes rotation students Pablo Escobar, Evan Giarta, Alec McGlaughlin, Lizzie Peiros, Jake Sganga, and Scott Ulrich!
Camarillo Lab welcomes post-doctoral fellow Mehmet Kurt!
High-tech devices shed some light on head hits in sports. SFGate