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Shirley Ryan AbilityLab Collaborations

C-STAR CORES

Expertise within C-STAR is organized into four Cores: Engineering, Clinical, Outcomes, and Implementation Science and Community Engagement.

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RMD data

RETRIEVE

Access data from benchmark data sets over a wide range of diagnostic conditions and functional abilities as well as the Rehabilitation Measures Database, the most complete compendium of rehabilitation interventions available anywhere.

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Center for Bionic Medicine Prosthetic Limb Testing

PARTICIPATE

Join our hands-on learning programs: IdeaLabs, pilot studies, sabbaticals and collaborations.

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Conference room with scientists and Administrators

LEARN

Register for our webinars, courses, podcasts and workshops with expert scientists and clinicians.

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Meet the CHAT Trainers Online!

Your favorite FREE hand training program moves online due to COVID-19 precautions. We can't wait to work with you in the comfort of your own home!

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Meet the CHAT Trainers Online!

Your favorite FREE hand training program moves online due to COVID-19 precautions. We can't wait to work with you in the comfort of your own home!

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COVID Sensor

Wearable sensor to monitor and track COVID-19-like signs and symptoms to develop better care strategies for COVID-19 pandemic

The purpose of the study is to use wearable sensors to gather information on COVID-19 like signs and symptoms. This information will be used to monitor and track changes to signs and symptoms. The sensor will collect acceleration signals from throat/chest, body temperature and heart rate. The sensor data will be wirelessly transferred to HIPAA compliant servers, where the advanced machine learning programs will analyze and summarize the nature, times and duration of cough, body temperature and heart rate.

The study is currently enrolling participants:
• Have had or currently experiencing COVID-19 like signs and symptoms

• Or may be asked to be a control participant.

• Ages 18-95 years

For additional information, please contact:
CK Mummidisetty
(312) 238-1621 or k-mummidisetty@ricres.org

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Intracortical Inhibition in Humans with Spinal Cord Injury

This study investigates the intracortical inhibition in humans with cervical spinal cord injury. We particularly aim to understand the inhibitory mechanism for the control of upper arm muscles to further promote rehabilitation protocol.

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What the testing session may look like

Spasticity Assessments Research Project

The purpose of the study was to examine the contribution of passive muscle stiffness and active spinal reflex mechanisms to clinical outcomes of spasticity after SCI.

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What EMG Signal may look like!

Using Sensors and EMG Biofeedback to Increase Upper Limb Voluntary Output after Stroke or SCI

We combine sensors with fun, interactive computer games in order to strengthen arm muscles after stroke or SCI! Free program offered by the Perez Lab.

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MRI is involved

Descending Pathways + Spasticity

This study explore the contribution of descending motor pathways to the development of spasticity and motor recovery with the aim to implement effective rehabilitative intervention.

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What a daily session may look like!

Vibration Project For Muscle Spasms

Learning the mechanisms behind spasms and spasticity, and using them to appropriately manage them post spinal cord injury.

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