This program supports next generation engineering technology for rehabilitation engineering research. Application areas include early stage technology development of neuroprosthesis and neuroengineering systems, Brain Computer Interface (BCI) technology, robotics for rehabilitation, bio-mechanics of human movement. Specific technologies include the development of intelligent hardware and software for the control of devices and the prediction of physiological signals and human behavior.
|Grant Number||Project Title||Principal Investigator||Institution|
|1-R15-EB022336-01||Quantifying and Reducing Motor Compensation After Stroke in Ambient Settings||Dustin Crouch||University of Tennessee Knoxville|
|5-T32-EB009406-10||Interdisciplinary Graduate Education in Movement and Rehabilitation Sciences||Julius Dewald||Northwestern University at Chicago|
|2-T32-EB004314-21||Integrated Engineering and Rehabilitation Training||Jeffrey Capadona||Case Western Reserve University|