Ning Lan

Dr. Ning Lan is a Professor of Biomedical Engineering. He is also an Adjunct Associate Professor of University of Southern California. He obtained his Ph.D. degree in Biomedical Engineering from Case Western Reserve University in 1989. In 1995, he helped organizing the Neural Engineering Committee of the Chinese Society for Neuroscience, and served as its Funding Associate Director. Professor Lan is a Senior Member of IEEE/EMBS. He also served as Assistant Editor of IEEE Trans on Rehabilitation Engineering (now IEEE Trans on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering), and Associate Editor of Chinese Rehabilitation Theory and Practice. In 2009, he joined the faculty of the Med-X research Institute as an Academic Leader. His research interests include: Neural control of movements; neural rehabilitation engineering; and speech processing in cochlear implants for tonal language.


1. H.E. Qu*, Y.J. Xie*, X.X. Liu*, X. He*, M.Z. Hao*, Y. Bao, Q. Xie, and N. Lan, Development of A Network-Based Multi-Channel NMES System for Stroke Rehabilitation, Journal of Rehabilitation Research & Development 53(2), March 2016 (in press).

2. He X,Hao MZWei MXiao Q, and Lan, N . Contribution of Inter-Muscular Synchronization in the Modulation of Tremor Intensity in Parkinson’s Disease, Journal of Neuroengineering and Rehabilitation, 2015;12.

3. Guohong ChaiXiaohong SuiSi LiLongwen He, and Ning Lan, Characterization of Evoked Tactile Sensation in Forearm Amputees with Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation, Journal of Neural Engineering,2015;12(6): 066002.

4. Li S ,Zhuang C , Hao MZ , He X , Marquez JC , Niu CM , and Lan N. Coordinated Alpha and Gamma Control of Muscles and Spindles in Movement and Posture, Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience, 2015; 9.

5. Hao MZ ,He X ,Xiao Q , Alstermark B, and Lan N. Corticomuscular Transmission of Tremor Signals by Propriospinal Neurons in Parkinson’s Disease, Plos One,2013;8(11).



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