Computational Neurorehabilitation and Biomechatronics Lab
Department of Biomedical Engineering
University at Buffalo
Computational Models of Neuroanatomical Systems
The first computational models of corticospinal systems used in clinical applications. We have developed novel sensory-driven neuromuscular regulators used in the optimization of transcranial direct current stimulation and functional electrical stimulation strategies.
Assistive devices designed to support rehabilitation strategies in volitional movement. Novel brain-machine interfaces used to create an adaptive user experience with biomimetic sensory-motor regulation
SMART Devices in Neurorehabilitation
Novel applications in rehabilitation technology development including: instrumented assistive systems, low-cost wearables, and variable stiffness devices for patient biomechanics optimization.
Embedded IoT Based Systems for Post-Stroke Transition in Neurorehabilitation
Development of state of the art telemedicine technologies to improve the quality of out-patient care in post-stroke neurorehabilitation. Wearable systems that improve patient-therapist interaction and reduce resource requirements have the potential to transform the landscape.