Subject Areas on Research
- 2010 Panel on the biomaterials grand challenges.
- Active tactile exploration using a brain-machine-brain interface.
- Afferent sensory feedback for lower extremity prosthesis.
- Certifying fitness for duty for high-functioning amputees: a review.
- EXiO-A Brain-Controlled Lower Limb Exoskeleton for Rhesus Macaques.
- Early follow-up of a custom non-fluted diaphyseal press-fit tumour prosthesis.
- Early versus delayed amputation in the setting of severe lower extremity trauma.
- Electroneuroprostheses: past and present uses in man.
- Evaluation of command algorithms for control of upper-extremity neural prostheses.
- Examining the viability of carbon fiber reinforced three-dimensionally printed prosthetic feet created by composite filament fabrication.
- Mind in motion.
- Parameters of stimulation and perception in an artificial sensory feedback system.
- Proximal femoral focal deficiency: results of rotationplasty and Syme amputation.
- Real-time prediction of hand trajectory by ensembles of cortical neurons in primates.
- Technical note--auditory feedback of knee angle for amputees.
- Transplants for non-lethal conditions: a case against hand transplantation in minors.
- Transtibial amputation. Prosthetic use and functional outcome.
- Unscented Kalman filter for brain-machine interfaces.
Keywords of People
- Henriquez, Craig S., Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering
- Nicolelis, Miguel Angelo L., Duke School of Medicine Distinguished Professor in Neuroscience, Neurobiology