Mehmed B. Bayram, PhD

Mehmed Bugrahan Bayram, PhD, is an engineering scientist in the Tim and Caroline Reynolds Center for Spinal Stimulation at Kessler Foundation. Dr. Bayram researches treatment techniques to minimize residual deficits in patients with neurological impairments from spinal cord injuries (SCI).

Electroneurophysiological signal processing
Artificial intelligence applications in healthcare
Medical device solutions
Medical informatics
PhD - Biomedical Engineering Cleveland, State University
MS - Aeronautics and Engineering, Kent State University
BA - Computer Engineering, Bahcesehir University, Turkey
Research Interests

Dr. Bayram is interested in researching residual deficits in spinal cord injuries, which can be alleviated by improving efficacy of standard interventions and by developing newer techniques that harness the potential of surviving neuronal systems for recovery. His research also focuses on new insights into cellular and molecular mechanisms that restore neuronal function following SCI. Dr. Bayram’s latest studies include use of transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) and repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS); spinal cord diffusion tensor imaging (DTI), which provides a quantitative assessment of neural damage in various spinal cord pathologies; and other electroneurophysiological signals.


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