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Locomotion & Energetics

Development of a Passive Elastic Exoskeletonfor Gait Rehabilitation
Learn More Sponsor: NIH/ National Institute of Child Health & Human Development  |  PI: Jesse Dean
The long-term goal of the proposed project is to develop an innovative gait rehabilitation device that is low-cost and more effective than current rehabilitation techniques. If successful, populations with limited gait function would be provided a more affordable method of gait rehabilitation that could allow them to practice assisted walking in more real world, non-clinical situations.

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