Crouch Receives NSF CAREER Award

In January 2020, Dustin Crouch received the prestigious NSF CAREER Award for his proposed project “CAREER: Muscle-Driven Endoprostheses for Restoring Natural Sensorimotor Function”. More information about the proposed project can be found here.

The project will build on the early successes of his interdisciplinary team that includes collaborators Dr. David Anderson, Dr. Cheryl Greenacre, and Dr. Bryce Burton in the UT College of Veterinary Medicine, and Dr. Stacy Stephenson in the UT Graduate School of Medicine. Graduate PhD students Patrick Hall and Caleb Stubbs are conducting the research and will be supported financially by the CAREER Award.