Due to the inability of the nervous system to regenerate itself, injuries to the brain, spinal cord and peripheral nerve can have a profound impact on patients, their families and society. Current treatment options remain limited. Bioelectronics represents a promising tool to restore lost neurological functions. The lab focus on tackling basic and translational challenges for the development of the next generation of neural bioelectronics: 1 ? Biohybrid interfaces: Implantable bioelectronic interfaces containing cells which integrate into the host tissue. 2 ? Minimally Invasive bioelectronics: Implantable devices involving keyhole surgery with minimal surgical trauma to surrounding tissue. 3 ? Foreign Body Reaction: Strategies to reduce the development of scarring around implantable devices, and achieve their long-term function. 4 - Advanced spinal cord electronic interfaces: Circumferential neural interfaces for stimulation and recording and 'spinal cord bypass'.