NAVi is honored to welcome Professor David Grayden to its advisory board.
Professor Grayden is Head of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Melbourne and has over 25 years of experience in Biomedical and Electrical Engineering.
He has extensive knowledge and research expertise in a range of areas including computational neuroscience, epilepsy, and bionics.
Professor Grayden has been involved with breakthrough projects that include research in the Bionic Eye, as well as the development of the Stentrode, a ground-breaking bionic device that seeks to transform how brain signals are recorded.
Alex Newton, NAVi CEO, has worked closely with Professor Grayden at the early stages of NAVi and is excited about the prospect of a continued partnership; "Professor Grayden has been a great mentor to our team throughout the BioDesign program and start-up phase. His continued guidance and oversight in our quest to develop neoNAV will be invaluable."