Kyle Thomas

Kyle Thomas

Kyle Thomas

Kyle Thomas

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Ph.D. Candidate; Biomedical Engineering program at Emory and Georgia Tech
B.S. in Biomedical Engineering and Systems Engineering; Washington University in St. Louis


Research Interests

Kyle Thomas’ research focuses on how motor units in the mouse forelimb coordinate to produce locomotion. He believes that science is a team effort, and is passionate about open-science collaboration to drive innovative technology. Outside of lab, Kyle enjoys creating/solving puzzles of all kinds, playing soccer, and making strides in locomotion-themed puns.

Kyle was awarded a NSF Graduate Research Fellowship in 2020.


Key Papers

Chung et al 2023 figure 1
Myomatrix arrays for high-definition muscle recording
Chung B, Zia M, Thomas KA, Michaels JA, Jacob A, Pack A, Williams MJ, Nagapudi K, Teng LH, Arrambide E, Ouellette L, Oey N, Gibbs R, Anschutz P, Lu J, Wu Y, Kashefi M, Oya T, Kersten R, Mosberger AC, O'Connell S, Wang R, Marques H, Mendes AR, Lenschow C,. ELife 12:RP88551 (2023) [PDF] [DOI]