Senior Research Scientist
Christopher Langdale is a Senior Research Scientist in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Duke University. He has been conducting innovative translational research in urological disorders for the past 14 years. Chris has extensive experience evaluating both drug and neural stimulation related paradigms in acute and chronic models of urological disease involving complex surgical procedures including telemetry, spinal cord injury, and decerebration. His current research initiatives focus on neural stimulation and neural prostheses in Dr. Warren Grill’s laboratory, with an emphasis on preclinical in vivo studies to investigate peripheral nerve stimulation for restoration of bladder function.