Una investigación liderada por el Grupo de Neuro-Rehabilitación – Instituto Cajal (CSIC) demuestra que la estimulación eléctrica intramuscular, aplicada de forma sincronizada con el temblor patológico, conlleva una reducción de los movimientos involuntarios en la muñeca de hasta el 32%.
The National Spanish Radio (RTVE) interviewed Filipe Barroso to know more about the EU Project EXTEND.Â More information can be found in the following links: https://www.rtve.es/m/alacarta/audios/juntos-paso-a-paso/juntos-paso-paso-07-03-20/5532397/ https://www.rtve.es/m/alacarta/audios/juntos-paso-a-paso/juntos-paso-paso-14-03-20/5539102/
The CSIC launches the JAE-Intro 2020: Introduction to research fellowships for University students with the objective to introduce students to research career. Open call from 9 March to 9 April 2020 (interrupted due to the COVID-19 crisis). The 250 fellowships offered by the CSIC, of 3,000
We are pleased to announce this Special Issue on Wearable Robotics in the IEEE Transactions on Robotics journal. Recommended letter of intent: February 28, 2020 Submission deadline: April 30, 2020 Guest Editors: * Juan C. Moreno, CSIC, Madrid, Spain *
Â We are offering a pre-doctoral position for a Spanish Research Project on Customization of Rehabilitation Robots and Neuroprosthesis.Â Â The candidate will pursue her/his PhD on the project activities. These will be related with the implementation of User-Centered approaches with an
Fancy VR and robotics? You might want to check the immersive experience that we have created of a spinal cord injury patient trying our robotic exoskeleton technology. This is an experiment conducted with our Associated Unit at National Hospital of
Our PhD student Alejandro Pascual Valdunciel was at EMBC2019 in Berlin. He presented the results of the EXTEND project to modulate muscle activity with electrical stimulation.
The Neural Rehabilitation Group (CSIC) has started a strategic collaboration with UNINOVE – Universidade Nove de Julho (Sao Paulo, Brazil) to analyze the biomechanics and possible neural impairments underlying Patellofemoral Pain (PFP). Collaborative studies on motor control has been also
On January 16th, 2019 the Consortium of the European project EXTEND had a very fruitful and productive Meeting in the premises of the partner Ã–ssur (Reykjavik – Iceland). They reviewed the work done in 2018 and planned the next steps