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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...

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...

Looking Inside of Nerves – a New Tool for Bioelectronic Medicine

When electrically stimulating a nerve to modulate a specific body function for treating a disease, it is essential to know...

A novel wireless research device for chronic pain relief

Electrically stimulating the spinal cord can be an effective therapy for different kinds of treatment-resistant chronic pain. The exact mechanisms...