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Cameron C McIntyre
Professor of Biomedical Engineering
The McIntyre Laboratory hopes to improve deep brain stimulation (DBS) for the treatment of movement disorders and provide the fundamental technology necessary for the effective application of DBS to new clinical arenas.
Appointments and Affiliations
- Professor of Biomedical Engineering
- Professor in Neurosurgery
- Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Ph.D. Case Western Reserve University, 2001
Neural engineering, computational neuroscience, brain imaging, and the design of human neuromodulation systems. Special expertise in the biophysics of brain stimulation and recording.
- BME 590: Special Topics in Biomedical Engineering
- BME 791: Graduate Independent Study
In the News
- Holographic Brains Help Smart Minds Work Together (Jun 1, 2023 | Duke Today)
- New Faculty Voices at Duke in 2021 (Oct 26, 2021 | Duke Stories)
- Petersen, MV; McIntyre, CC, Comparison of Anatomical Pathway Models with Tractography Estimates of the Pallidothalamic, Cerebellothalamic, and Corticospinal Tracts., Brain Connectivity, vol 13 no. 4 (2023), pp. 237-246 [10.1089/brain.2022.0068] [abs].
- Bower, KL; Noecker, AM; Frankemolle-Gilbert, AM; McIntyre, CC, Model-Based Analysis of Pathway Recruitment During Subthalamic Deep Brain Stimulation., Neuromodulation : Journal of the International Neuromodulation Society (2023) [10.1016/j.neurom.2023.02.084] [abs].
- Bingham, CS; Petersen, MV; Parent, M; McIntyre, CC, Evolving characterization of the human hyperdirect pathway., Brain Structure & Function, vol 228 no. 2 (2023), pp. 353-365 [10.1007/s00429-023-02610-5] [abs].
- Noecker, AM; Mlakar, J; Petersen, MV; Griswold, MA; McIntyre, CC, Holographic visualization for stereotactic neurosurgery research., Brain Stimulation, vol 16 no. 2 (2023), pp. 411-414 [10.1016/j.brs.2023.02.001] [abs].