U.S. Army Research Laboratory
Ashley Eidsmore is an electrical engineer and brain injury researcher at the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities
Development Command's Army Research Laboratory (ARL) and has over 10 years of experience working with
the Department of Defense on brain injury-centric technologies. She holds both a Bachelor’s and Master’s
degree in electrical engineering from Purdue University with a focus in biomedical imaging and sensing. Her thesis
work focused on the development of a theory for the establishment and maintenance of neural communication
within plastic brain regions based on finite-state machine ad-hoc network routing and stability convergence. The
application of her theory included using electric-field generation-based reparative methods for restoring neural
synchrony and reversing the effects of blast injury. Her current interests involve investigating and systematically
representing how injurious states evolve at the ultrastructural level in direct response to head trauma and
the manner by which these alterations evoke negative feedback cycles, which lead to a pathological response and
presentation on the cellular and/or macroscopic level.
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