AbilityLab

C-STAR

The Center for Smart Use of Technologies to Assess Real World Outcomes (C-STAR) offers the expertise, instruction, and mentorship to educate researchers on the meaningful use of a vast array of technologies in the lab, clinic and community.

How Can We Help?

We will teach you how to use smart technology for reliable, objective measurement of physical function in lab, clinic and community settings.

Conference room with Scientists and Administrators

Education & Training

Register for our webinars, podcasts and workshops with expert scientists, clinicians and specialized content for the PM&R community.

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C-STAR Collaborative Opportunities

Research Incubator

Researchers and clinicians are invited to join our hands-on learning and mentoring programs, including sabbaticals, Idea Labs and pilot studies.

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Data Sharing

Access benchmark data from a wide range of diagnostic conditions, as well as resources from the Rehabilitation Measures Database.

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Exclusive Virtual Course

Wearable Sensors in Rehabilitation: Tracking for the Future

Sign-up for our newsletter for early access to this exclusive course on October 26-27, 2021. Participants will explore basic principles of wearable sensor technology and how to measure biometrics such as muscle health, movement and vital signs in patients.

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2021 Pilot Project Application, Sensor

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The Center for Smart Use of Technologies to Assess Real World Outcomes (C-STAR) is a research initiative of Shirley Ryan AbilityLab, the #1 rehabilitation hospital in the United States, in collaboration with Northwestern University. Learn more at sralab.org.

 

 

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MR3 Network

C-STAR is a research center within the Medical Rehabilitation Research Resource Network (MR3), and is funded by the National Institutes of Health (Grant #P2C HD101899) supported by the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) and the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS).