Lab Resources

NeuRRo Laboratory Resources 

Dr. Krishnan directs the Neuromuscular & Rehabilitation Robotics Laboratory (NeuRRo Lab) at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor campus. NeuRRo Labs’s focus is to elucidate the neurobiological processes that drive plasticity and recovery after an injury to neuromusculoskeletal system and develop new interventions to mitigate neuromotor impairments. The NeuRRo Lab (~1700 sq. ft.) is located at a conveniently accessible location in Ann Arbor with ample free parking spaces within the building premise for patients, visitors, and families of research participants.

NeuRRo Lab: The NeuRRo Lab consists of a Strength and Neuromuscular Assessment Room (500 sq. ft.), Robotics Research Rooms (1200 sq. ft.)., and a Machine Shop. The NeuRRo lab houses:

Apart from these resources the NeuRRo Lab has full access to the Lokomat Robotic Gait System with advanced controllers (Hocoma) and InMotion ARMTM located in the Med Rehab Facility.

Computer: Computer workstations in the NeuRRo Lab include 14 Dell high performance personal computers, one 48 core Intel Xeon E5 HP Z840 system for high-speed computing and optimization, and 3 laptops. Software includes SPSS, Adobe Acrobat Pro, Sigmaplot, TableCurve 3D, Endnote, LabVIEW, Poser, and Microsoft Office Professional. Apart from these, there is full access to several computing and engineering software packages through CAEN and UM remote portal.

Office: Individual office and storage spaces are available for Dr. Krishnan (approximately 200 sq. ft.) in the Burlington Building. The office contains a laptop and a desktop personal computer and sufficient filing space for project materials. There are also shared printer, fax, and copy machines available.