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Limb & Motor Control Lab
We are working to understand the nature of the somatosensory and motor signals within the brain that control our movements.
Single Motor Unit Laboratory
We record electrical activity from single motor units as well as muscle during voluntary and reflex contractions in patients with neurological disorders.
Center for Rehabilitation Outcomes Research (CROR)
This lab focuses on outcome studies, measuring the long-term impact of medical rehabilitation in patients with disabilities.
Max Näder Center for Rehabilitation Technologies and Outcomes Research
This lab is one of the few clinical labs that develops and executes industry-sponsored research in prosthetics, orthotics, rehabilitation robotics, and adaptive technologies.
Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory
We focus on executive function and social cognition, their representations in the brain, and ways to improve these functions in patients with brain damage.
Our research is aimed at understanding the sensory-motor system through close interaction with artificial systems & how the brain executes motor behaviors.
Assistive & Rehabilitation Robotics Lab
We incorporate robotics autonomy and intelligence into assistive machines to support people with motor impairments.
MARS3: Machines Assisting Recovery from Stroke and Spinal Cord Injury for Reintegration into Society
We work toward a future where robotics for rehabilitation are used from applications in therapy to assistance in improvement of managing life after neural injury.
Rehabilitation Research and Training Center (RRTC)
Empowering people with disabilities to achieve their well-being, independent physical functioning, and community participation through better understanding of health and function.
Center for Brain Stimulation (CBS)
The mission of CBS is to develop new diagnostic and therapeutic techniques for neurological and psychiatric disorders utilizing non-invasive brain stimulation. We also conduct studies on healthy volunteers to understand how the human brain works.
Explore what biomedical research is about within Shirley Ryan AbilityLab.