CWRU Study of BrainGate Could Help Paralyzed Patients Regain Movement
A group of engineers at Case Western Reserve University, whose goal is to help people with paralysis regain the use of their limbs, is launching a clinical trial to study a system that will measure how these people's brains communicate movement.
Case Western Reserve University Joins BrainGate Clinical Trial
Experts in muscle stimulation technology and brain-computer interfaces working to restore movement for people with paralysis
VA Research in FES: Changing Lives
Financial planner Scott Fessler was a highly energetic, athletic young father when at the age of 33, he was in a near-fatal motorcycle crash. Scott suffered fractures to his cervical vertebrae, resulting in paralysis from the neck down.
Neurostimulation Allows Paralyzed Athlete to Walk Down Aisle at Wedding
The timing could not have been more eerie. It was the night of Friday the 13th in 1998, under the light of the full moon, when then 26-year-old Jennifer French went on a midnight snowboarding run with some friends on a New England mountain. Everyone made it to the bottom of the slope – except for French.
Biomedical Engineering Program Named One of The Top 10 in The Country
Case Western Reserve University’s undergraduate biomedical engineering program jumped to eighth nationally in U.S. News & World Report’s 2013 college rankings, up from 13th last year.
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