Marisol Rodríguez is a scientific researcher in the Brain-Machine Interface Systems Lab at Miguel Hernández University of Elche (Spain). She holds an M.Sc in Biomedical Engineering from Imperial College London in 2013. Now she is doing a Ph.D. on Investigation of Industrial and Telecomunication Tecnologies.

Her current research interests are Brain-Computer Interfaces, Neuro-robotics, Rehabilitation of patient after an acute lession and Rehabilitation Robotics. She is focused on BCI (non-invasive brain interfaces), Transcraneal Current Stimulation (tCS), artifact detection, event detection during gait, and rehabilitation robotics.

ACADEMIC STUDIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
  • Current: PhD in Investigation of Industrial and Telecomunication Tecnologies. Miguel Hernández University of Elche, Spain
  • November 2013: MSc in Biomedical Engineering. Imperial College London (United Kingdom)
  • November 2012: BSc in Industrial Engineering.Polytechnic University of Valencia (Spain)
WORK EXPERIENCE
  • October 2015 to date: Scienctific Researcher at the Engineering and Automation Department at Miguel Hernández University of Elche, Spain.
  • May 2014 – October 2015: Researcher at the Biomedical Institute of Valencia (IBV).
CURRENT PROJECTS

Her current research interests are Brain-Computer Interfaces, Neuro-robotics, Rehabilitation of patient after an acute lession and Rehabilitation Robotics. She is focused on BCI (non-invasive brain interfaces), Transcraneal Current Stimulation (tCS), artifact detection, event detection during gait, and rehabilitation robotics.