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Somatosensation produced by electrical stimulation in human

Home Department: Neuroscience – University of Calgary Degree: M.Sc. Supervisor: Dr. Zelma Kiss The AIM of his project is to learn the best ways to restore somatosensory function. First, the student will perform a systematic [...]

Use of the Smart-e-Pants for pressure ulcer prevention

Home Department: Physical medicine and rehab Degree: M.Sc. Supervisors:  Ming Chan The Pressure Sore Focus Group has been developing the Smart-e-Pants garment for pressure sore mitigation. The first generation system has been tested in a [...]

Flexible Electrode Arrays for Intraspinal Microstimulation

Home Department: Mechanical Engineering or Chemical and Materials Engineering Degree: M.Sc. Supervisors:  Anastasia Elias and Walied Moussa Electrode arrays are frequently used in brain and spinal implants to communicate electrically with neurons that are not [...]

Development of a Surrogate Spinal Cord for the Evaluation of Intraspinal Implants

Home Department: Chemical and Materials Engineering Degree: M.Sc. Supervisors: Anastasia Elias and Vivian Mushahwar A surrogate spinal cord, which mimics the mechanical and interfacial properties of real spinal cords, has recently been developed in our [...]