The Texas Institute for Restorative Neurotechnologies (TIRN) harnesses advancements and developments in neuroscience, neuro-technology, and neuro-informatics to transform the understanding and treatment of brain disorders.
TIRN integrates clinical programs, basic science research, technological innovation, and academic training to target diseases of the brain.
Co-Director, Texas Institute for Restorative NeurotechnologiesEpilepsy Surgery and Neural Interfaces Research Group
Co-Director, Texas Institute for Restorative NeurotechnologiesClinical Epilepsy Research Group
Co-Director, Texas Institute for Restorative NeurotechnologiesNeuroinformatics Research Group
UTHealth Neurosciences is a large, comprehensive academic and research-based program that provides the full continuum of neuroscience care. Our group consists of over 150 providers who are committed to quality outcomes and to each patient’s experience. We are nationally recognized leaders in all areas of neurological conditions – including treatment, research for new discovery and teaching the next generation – for neurology, neurosurgery, neuroradiology, neuro oncology, neurocritical care and pain management services.