Aleksander brings experience in human and animal electrophysiology, as well as neural signal processing, including real time applications for brain-machine interfaces.
Dr Aleksander Sobolewski joined the Wyss Center as staff neuroscientist in May 2015. He works with academic, industrial and clinical partners to advance the neurotechnology research supported by the Center. He was also closely involved in the creation of the Human Neuroscience Platform at Campus Biotech.
Aleksander holds a PhD in neurobiology from the Polish Academy of Sciences and completed a post-doctoral fellowship at École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL).
Shining a light on neurodegenerative disorders
Could a ray of light stop rogue proteins in their tracks and slow the spread of neurodegenerative disease in the brain? EPFL and the Wyss Center are set to find out.Collaboration
A weather station for epilepsy
Epilepsy forecasts could help people manage their daily life and medication around their chance of seizures.Collaboration
New era in brain monitoring technology could improve diagnosis of epilepsy and lead to personalized treatment options
Subscalp brain monitoring devices could offer long-term, continuous, and reliable recording of neural activity at home and in the clinic.Technology