Short projects / EPFL lab immersions
Student position available, paid by the hour, location at Campus Biotech, Geneva
Description of the laboratory
Our mission is to conceive and deploy innovative interventions to restore motor functions after central nervous system disorders, especially spinal cord injury, and to translate our findings into clinical applications capable of improving the quality of life for people with motor impairments.
Tracking of kinematic data on the Vicon Nexus software in order to export the 3 3D trajectories of hindlimb joint markers during locomotion in rats. The ultimate goal of this data is to analyze the layer 5 motor cortex population activity encoding for movement after a contusion spinal cord injury and throughout neuroprosthetic rehabilitation.
Please contact Joelle Radford at [email protected]