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Safety and Efficacy of Samsung GEMS-H Device Training in Sub-Acute and Chronic Stroke

The purpose of this research is to determine the effects of gait training with the Samsung
GEMS-H device on walking, balance, nervous system activity, and quality of life in individuals with sub-acute and chronic stroke.

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Home and Community Based Services

Home and Community Based Services Person Centered Outcomes and Measurements is a research grant project that collaborates with several institutional research scientists and practitioners to advance outcomes for our communities.

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SIESTA Sleep Study

Sleep of Inpatients: Empower Staff to Act for Acute Stroke Rehabilitation (SIESTA)

A multidisciplinary group of researchers will adapt, implement and evaluate a state-of-the-art intervention to promote sleep for stroke patients undergoing acute rehabilitation.

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Sensor Technologies Applied to Rehabilitation in Stroke

Our research program focuses on the pivotal role of clinicians and therapists in implementing routine rehabilitation care, and on enhancing their capacity to provide evidence-based, individualized, and precise therapy.

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Promoting Patient-Centered Care through use of Standardized Assessments

KT DRRP is a grant supported research project involving a cooperative of research scientists and researchers joined for the advancement of science.

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Hybrid Prosthetic Leg

Intuitive Control of a Hybrid Prosthetic Leg During Ambulation

A lightweight powered prosthesis with a safe, intuitive control system.

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Virtual Reality to Treat Phantom Limb Pain

Intuitively Controlled Virtual Reality System to Treat Phantom Limb Pain

We will develop a commercially viable VR rehabilitation system (called the Coapt PLP Management System) which can be deployed at home or in-clinic for individuals with upper or lower limb amputations.

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Real Time Control of a Powered Prosthetic Leg Using Implanted EMG Signals with Sensory Feedback

We will conduct a first-in-human clinical trial to evaluate the effect of incorporating intramuscular EMG signals (obtained using a fully wireless implantable system), compared to surface EMG signals, on function ambulation and non-weight-bearing control of a powered leg prosthesis.

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Electrical stimulation and Botox combination therapy to enhance peripheral nerve regeneration after injury

This project combines two treatments for advancement in peripheral nerve injury to regenerate damaged tissues with Botox and eSTIM.

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Modeling effects of common genetic polymorphisms on peripheral nerve injury recovery

Every year, over 200,000 Americans sustain a peripheral nerve injury (PNI). Although peripheral nerves have the ability to spontaneously regenerate, 90% of PNI patients do not regain full motor function. Despite ongoing research, the main treatment for peripheral nerve injury—surgery— continues to be performed without the assistance of any medication or other therapies to enhance the rate of axon regrowth.

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