Cadence Biomedical, University of Nebraska Omaha Announce Research Collaboration

Posted Oct 07, 2015

SEATTLE--()--Today Cadence BiomedicalTM, maker of Kickstart®, which helps people with neurological conditions recover to walking, announced a new research collaboration with the University of Nebraska Omaha (UNO) to study stroke survivors’ ability to adapt and improve motor skills after using the Kickstart device. Dr. Mukul Mukherjee, assistant professor at UNO and assistant director of the Biomechanics Research Building at UNO, is the principal investigator of this research effort which will incorporate Kickstart into his ground-breaking work with virtual reality and stroke rehabilitation. Cadence co-founder and COO Brian Glaister will consult on the study.

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