Matt Gaidica | CureTalks
Matt Gaidica, Ph.D. is a fellow of the Academy of Bioastronautics performing postdoctoral research at the University of Michigan supported by TRISH and NASA. Gaidica’s primary research theme asks, how are challenges met?, with a focus on analog animal models and practical, high-tech countermeasures. His background in electrical engineering and neuroscience have led to breakthrough implantable devices to record freely-moving behavior and neurophysiology as well as novel machines in the laboratory to simulate microgravity exposure. Gaidica is an officer in the U.S. Air Force serving part-time as a reservist. He has a newly born son, a faithful Labrador retriever, and is located in Ann Arbor, MI.
Understanding the Effects of Space Missions on Human Health and Behavior
Space scientists speculate that we will likely set foot on mars in the next two decades, yet we know little about how our…