Rehabilitation and Neural Engineering Laboratory

Sebastian Correa

  • Advisor: Doug Weber

Sebastian is a bioengineering student at the University of Pittsburgh with aspirations of attending graduate school. He hopes to graduate in Spring 2022 with minors in Neuroscience and Spanish. Sebastian is involved in several clubs on campus including BMES, SHPE, and Engineers Without Borders. He has been working at RNEL since the Spring of 2019.

Research Interest Summary

Neural Engineering, Neural-Prosthetics, EMG, Spinal Cord Injury

Research Interests

Sebastian is currently working on a project using the HDEMG electrode sleeve array. He is analyzing the EMG signals of SCI patients to help improve the functionality of their affected limbs with the use of neuro-prosthetics. In the future, Sebastian would like to combine his international and neural engineering interests to help improve global health.