Neuromodulation Technology

Ing. Adam Williamson, Ph.D.

Canadian researcher Adam Williamson has been working at the International Clinical Research Center (ICRC) since 2023. He graduated in theoretical electrical engineering in Texas and obtained his doctorate at the University of Ilmenau in Germany. Previously, he served as the chief research scientist at the Institute of Neuroscience (INS), a part of Inserm at Aix-Marseille University (AMU) in France. He holds 5 ERC grants and 2 Proof of Concept grants. His research in neurotechnologies focuses on in vivo applications of new electronic devices and methods of brain stimulation.

In 2024, he brought his fifth ERC Proof of Concept grant to the International Clinical Research Center of the Faculty Hospital St. Anne and the Faculty of Medicine at Masaryk University. He plans to use this support to translate the results of his research on sleep apnea into practice. His device aims to improve the treatment of this condition, relying on close collaboration with physicians and direct access to patients in his work.

Team Members

  • Mariane De Araújo e Silva
  • Mgr. Tereza Franzová
  • Eva Jouval
  • Dr. Claudia Lubrano, Ph.D.
  • Florian Matthieu Missey, Ph.D.
  • Ing. Josef Skácel
  • Ondřej Studnička
  • Ing. Pavel Tomíček
  • Ing. Jan Trajlinek

Team assistant

Anna Kubová
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