CorTec GmbH of Freiburg at COMPAMED 2022 in Düsseldorf -- MEDICA - World Forum for Medicine
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12 Sep 2022

Speak your mind! - Pilot clinical study with severely paralyzed patients

CorTec is part of an international clinical study that will enable severely paralyzed people to communicate again - with the help of an implantable brain-computer interface.

We have teamed up with European scientists who are at the forefront of the Brain Computer Interface (BCI) movement: Nick Ramsey from the University Medical Center in Utrecht, the Netherlands, who is coordinating the project, and Gernot Müller-Putz from Graz University of Technology in Austria.

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12 Sep 2022

Getting back that feeling.

Losing a limb not only severely impairs our motor abilities, but also significantly impairs our level of independence.

Researchers at University of Pittsburgh and the University of Michigan, USA, want to restore feedback by electrically stimulating the parts of the spinal cord that serve as relay stations for the incoming sensory signals from the missing limb.

To support this project, CorTec will supply novel electrodes to help people regain sensation from missing limbs.

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12 Sep 2022

CorTec' Brain Interchange implant system on track for first-in-man study, funded by the NIH

We are super excited about this NIH funded project with Jeff Ojemann and his team from the University of Washington School of Medicine (UW Medicine).

It is planned to develop novel treatments for Stroke Rehabilitation with the help of the Brain Interchange System.

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