Welcome to the NeuRRo Lab


Location

Physical Address

Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
325 E Eisenhower Pkwy
Suite 3011
Ann Arbor, MI - 48108
Phone: 734-936-4031
 

Research Interests

The goal of the Neuromuscular and Rehabilitation Robotics Laboratory (NeuRRo Lab) is to develop effective and efficient rehabilitation methods for individuals with neurological and orthopedic disorders. The NeuRRo Lab seeks to achieve this goal by a combination of mechanistic and interventional research approaches that facilitate our current understanding of neuromuscular function and regulation in the context of movement control and neuromuscular plasticity. Specifically, research in the NeuRRo Lab involves using technologies, such as robotics and noninvasive brain stimulation, to improve neuromuscular function in people with movement dysfunction. Neuromotor performance and recovery are evaluated using sophisticated techniques that provide detailed information on changes happening at the biomechanical (kinematic and kinetic), neurophysiological (EMG, brain plasticity, muscle physiology), and clinical levels. We study uninjured able-bodied subjects as well as individuals with neuromuscular dysfunctions. Specific populations of interest include subjects with Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury, Arthritis, Below Knee Amputation, Joint Replacements, Stroke and Cerebral Palsy.

 

News & Events

  • Aviroop wins IEEE BR41N.IO Hackathon! Congratulations to Dr. Aviroop Dutt-Mazumder!! Avi participated in the BR41N.IO a Brain Computer Interface Designers Hackathon 2018 in Pacific Grove, CA sponsored by IEEE Brain and hosted by ...
    Posted Jun 4, 2018, 4:19 PM by Chandramouli Krishnan
  • Dr. Krishnan Joins the Editorial Board for IEEE TNSRE Dr. Krishnan has been appointed as an associate editor for IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems & Rehabilitation Engineering (TNSRE) Journal.IEEE TNSRE focuses on the rehabilitative and neural aspects of biomedical ...
    Posted Dec 28, 2017, 12:32 PM by Edward Washabaugh
  • Good Vibrations! The NeuRRo Lab is working with collaborators on a vibratory device that could be used in the intensive care unit (ICU) to help immobile patients avoid atrophy and other risks ...
    Posted Sep 13, 2017, 8:59 AM by Edward Washabaugh
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