Improving Arm Movement

Using wearable devices called myoelectric computer interfaces (MCI) and video game interface the research project focuses to restore hand and arm functionality to people who have experienced a stroke, and incurred paralysis.
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Brain- Machine Interfacing for Hand and Arm Movement

The ultimate goal of this project is to restore hand and arm function to people with paralysis from neurological disorders.
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Communication Building with Brain Machine Interface

Patients who have experienced acquired or genetic brain injury and are unable to speak or communicate clearly often seek augmented assistance to restore ease of conversation.

We are changing and enhancing the uses and studies of brain machine interfacing BMI with patients who have limited language capability.
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Our Projects

Take a look at a few of the projects we work on everyday.

Improving Arm Movement Using Wearable Device After Stroke
PROJECT TYPE: Stroke, Biomedical Engineering

Research Project

Communication Building with Brain-Machine Interface
PROJECT TYPE: Health Services Research, Brain Stimulation, Stroke, Cerebral Palsy

Research Project

Hand and Arm Functionality From Brain-Machine Interfacing
PROJECT TYPE: Human Motivation, Health Services Research

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Selected Publications

Speech synthesis from ECoG using densely connected 3D convolutional neural networks.

OBJECTIVE: Direct synthesis of speech from neural signals could provide a fast and natural way of communication to people with neurological diseases. Invasively-measured brain activity (electrocorticography; ECoG) supplies the necessary temporal and spatial resolution to decode fast and complex processes such as speech production. A number of impressive advances in speech decoding using neural signals have been achieved in recent years, but the complex dynamics are still not fully understood…

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Hemicraniectomy in traumatic brain injury: a noninvasive platform to investigate high gamma activity for brain machine interfaces.

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Myoelectric Computer Interface Training for Reducing Co-Activation and Enhancing Arm Movement in Chronic Stroke Survivors: A Randomized Trial.

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