Shenandoah is the Project Manager of a brain-computer interface device to restore function and communication for patients with paralysis.
Shenandoah Montamat joined the Wyss Center as a Project Manager in Neuroengineering in March 2020.
Shenandoah has over 10 years experience in industrial environments where she managed several class III medical devices from early stage to market introduction. She has experience in research, design, development, validation and registration, combined with people, budget and project management.
She holds a B.Sc. in Biology from the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB), a B.Sc. in Psychology by the Open University of Catalunya (UOC), a Pg.D. in R&D Project Management from the Polytechnic University of Catalunya (UPC) and an MS degree in Neuroscience from the University of Geneva.
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Latest neural signals recorded with ABILITY brain-computer interface and new details of the system presented at Society for Neuroscience meeting
Wyss Center’s ABILITY system, designed to improve quality of life and independence for people with severe paralysis, demonstrates safety and efficacy in pre-clinical trials.Technology
New horizons in neural recording systems
New Wyss Center whitepaper reveals first neural signals recorded by the ABILITY brain-computer interface system and the next steps to human clinical trials to restore communication and independence for people with severe paralysis.Technology
Consortium to develop fully implantable brain-computer interface to enable communication for people with paralysis
Project will push the boundaries of real-time brain-to-speech decoding with artificial intelligence algorithms and a miniaturized, wireless device.Collaboration