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The long and winding road towards specific vagus nerve modulation

The vagus nerve is one of the biggest cranial nerves. It interconnects the brain with almost all internal organs, including...

One more stroke project granted by the NIH!

About half of the patients afflicted by a stroke permanently suffer from chronic deficits in arm and hand movements. These...

Tetraplegics use their hands again

Tetraplegia is a massively limiting condition, often caused by serious accidents, in which individuals are unable to move their legs...

Against the Storm with the Vagus Nerve

Cytokine storm is a situation in which the response of the immune system gets out of hand, such that it...

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...

Getting back that feeling.

For a project recently accepted for funding by the NIH, CorTec will supply novel electrodes to help people regain sensation...

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

  The proprietary CorTec neuromodulation system “Brain Interchange” was developed for the discovery of novel neurotherapies. With funding by the...

INTENSE: Dutch neurotechnology network on brain-machine interfaces

With the support of the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research, a new research network was established in 2021 that aims...