Jake has successfully passed both the oral and written components of his Ph.D. defense! Jake’s dissertation, entitled Recreating the Human Hand: Restoring Dexterous Motor Control and Biomimetic Sensory Feedback to Human Amputees” represents a truly impressive body of work that has helped redefine the field of neuroprostheses after limb loss, with wider implications for the field of neuroengineering. He will remain on the University of Utah campus, completing a post-doctoral fellowship in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, while remaining involved in the work at the Center for Neural Interfaces.