Todd Kuiken, MD, PhD, has focused his 30-year career on treatment and research in the area of amputation. With his team, he developed the innovative surgical technique of targeted muscle reinnervation to improve the control of powered arm prostheses and reduce neuroma pain. He currently serves as Director Emeritus of The Regenstein Foundation Center for Bionic Medicine (CBM), the largest prosthetics and orthotics research lab in the country with a staff of more than 60 people, and is internationally recognized as a leader in his field. Dr. Kuiken is also committed to education. He lectures frequently and has mentored many graduate students and postdoctoral fellows.
In February 2021, Dr. Kuiken retired from the Shirley Ryan AbilityLab after more than 25 years of service. He remains an active presence at CBM and continues to mentor the next generation of scientists.
Shirley Ryan AbilityLab
355 East Erie
Chicago, IL 60611
Education & Training
Current Grant Support
Department of Defense PRMRP W81XWH-16-0009A Pilot Trial to Assess Implantable Myoelectric Sensors (IMES) to Improve Prosthetic Function for Transhumeral Amputees after Targeted Muscle Reinnervation. Role: Site Principal Investigator, 2016 - 2020
Department of Defense W81XWH-16-R-BAA1Transhumeral Amputation Osseointegration Study (TAOS). Role: Site Principal Investigator
, 2016 - 2021
Acquisition of Advanced Polyjet Multimaterial 3D PrinterNational Institutes of Health
, 2017 - 2022
NIH1S100D021649-01A1Acquisition of Advanced Polyjet Multimaterial 3D Printer Research
, 2017 - 2022
NIDILRR REGE0003RERC on Manipulation and Mobility. Role: Principal Investigator
, 2018 - 2023