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Neuroprosthetics in systems neuroscience and medicine

Our accumulating knowledge in systems neuroscience combined with the development of innovative technologies may enable brain restoration for patients with nervous system disorders. This Collection provides a platform for interdisciplinary research in neuroprosthetics. It will gather studies investigating medical applications of systems neuroscience, informatics, and engineering in the development of neural prostheses. Submissions with a clinical focus on nervous system diseases and brain repair in either humans or animals are also included.

Submissions are welcome on a rolling basis. Find out how to submit on this page.

All articles have undergone Scientific Reports' standard peer review process and have been subject to all of the journal’s standard policies. This includes the journal’s policy on competing interests. The Guest Editor declares no competing interests with the submissions which they have handled through the peer review process. The peer review of any submissions for which the Guest Editor has competing interests is handled by another Editorial Board Member who has no competing interests.
This Collection has not been supported by sponsorship.

Editorial

The impaired brain is often difficult to restore, owing to our limited knowledge of the complex nervous system. Accumulating knowledge in systems neuroscience, combined with the development of innovative technologies, may enable brain restoration in patients with nervous system disorders that are currently untreatable. The Neuroprosthetics in Systems Neuroscience and Medicine Collection provides a platform for interdisciplinary research in neuroprosthetics.

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Medical applications of sensorimotor neuroprosthetics

Systems neuroscience and neuroprosthetics

Next-generation technologies for neuroprosthetics