Dr. Howard has worked with multi-disciplinary teams of physicists, chemists, biologists, brain scientists, computer scientists, and engineers to reach a deeper understanding of the brain. Dr. Howard’s research efforts aim to improve the quality of life for so many that suffer from degenerating conditions currently considered incurable.
Dr. Howard’s most recent research initiatives focus on the development of functional brain and neuron interfacing abilities. To better understand the structure and character of this information transfer, he has concentrated on theoretical mathematical models to represent the exchange of information inside the human brain. He is also developing individualized strategies to incorporate solutions for psychiatric and brain prosthesis. As a research professor at MIT and Boston University, Howard has studied principles of behavioral and molecular mechanisms affected by brain diseases.