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Authors: *R. CHENG, J. W. BURDICK; Lab Abstract: Epidural spinal stimulation (ESS) has been shown to enable recovery of motor control in patients with clinically complete spinal cord injury (SCI). It is hypothesized that this results from activation of postural … Continue reading
In this video, Joel Burdick peels back the work and strategies that go into making the best algorithms for spinal cord injury stimulation and recovery. This is a must see!
Nick Terrafranca is Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of NeuroRecovery Technologies Inc. He has led the company from inception through seed funding and the launch of commercial development of their break-through technology; and is now steering the company through Series … Continue reading
Recovery of the Function in Major Spinal Cord Injury Using Epidural Stimulation with Q & A: Joel Burdick
Joel Burdick, the Richard L. and Dorothy M. Hayman Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Bioengineering, received his undergraduate degrees in mechanical engineering and chemistry. On this video, Dr. Burdick explains the new 3rd generation 27 electrode array developed for transplantation.