UWIN faculty members Chet MoritzJosh SmithGreg HorwitzBing Brunton and UWIN postdoctoral fellow Tom Richner are part of a team that was recently awarded a $1 million prize as part of reaching the finals in the GlaxoSmithKline Bioelectronics Innovation Challenge.  For this challenge, the team is developing “an implantable device that could help restore bladder function for people with spinal cord injuries or millions of others who suffer from incontinence.”  Their work is based out of the Center for Sensorimotor Neural Engineering, with international collaborators at the University of Cambridge and University College of London.

Read the full article, “UW-led team awarded $1M bioelectronics innovation prize”, at UW Today.