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Shriners Hospitals for Children® and the Georgia Institute of Technology have launched an ambitious collaborative research effort
Aaron Young and Greg Sawicki approach robotics from different angles, but they share the same goal- they want to develop wearable robotic devices that can help people maintain or increase their mobility.
Dr. Aaron Young receives award for project: "Improving Community Ambulation for Stroke Survivors Using Powered Hip Exoskeletons with Adaptive Environmental Controllers"
Dr. Wilbur Lam was selected for his outstanding record of research and demonstrates the ability to make major contributions to heart, lung, blood and sleep research.
William Durfee, Ph.D. - University of Minnesota
"A Seismic Shift in Wearable Robotics" - Richard Mahoney, Ph.D. - CEO/Founder, Seismic
“Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Healthcare Economics, Surgical Robotics, Value-based Healthcare”
"Challenges in Prosthetic Limbs: Design, Control, Use and Utility" - Peter G. Adamczyk, Ph.D. - University of Wisconsin - Madison
"Improving Human Performance with Robotic Prostheses" - Deanna Gates, Ph.D., University of Michigan
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