RT&O Lab

In the News

Welcome to the New Lab!

RT&O in the Shirley Ryan AbilityLab


The Max Näder Lab for Rehabilitation Technologies and Outcomes (RT&O) Research has officially moved to its new location, in The Regenstein Foundation's Center for Bionic Medicine on the 11th floor of the Shirley Ryan AbilityLab. Our new open floor plan is designed to foster collaboration between researcher and clinicians. This environment is ideal for integrating patient-centered care with cutting-edge research.

We are very excited to showcase our lab space and resources. Take a closer look!


CBM lobby
Entrance to the Center for Bionic Medicine


RT&O staff desks
Study participants will be readily greeted by RT&O staff working in the new open floor plan


RT&O lab
The new RT&O lab has state-of-the-art equipment and a larger area for walking training and scientific experiments.


Patients move to the Shirley Ryan AbilityLab


ABC 7 News recently reported on the patients' transition from the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago to the Shirley Ryan AbilityLab.

RT&O director Arun Jayaraman can be seen in the video, helping patients move in to the building:


Watch for Dr. Jayaraman at 00:40!

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