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Jennifer Paradise Joins Advisory Board

We are delighted to announce that Jennifer Paradise has joined the Advisory Board of NeuroTechR3. Jennifer brings over 20 years of extensive experience in the Medical Device, MedTech, and Pharmaceutical space. She has a remarkable background, for the past 6 years, Jennifer worked with Global Marketing as well as served as the Vice President for […]

NeuroDevs Win First Place!

Congratulations to NeuroDevs, our NJIT YWWC Capstone team, on their outstanding achievement of winning first place! Over 90 teams presented their solutions to real-world problems at the Capstone Showcase event over the weekend. NeuroDevs demonstrated their AI-driven gesture recognition library and gesture-controlled mobile exergame to the panel of judges, who gave them top ratings in all […]

Testing the Feasibility of Neuro-Rehab for Mobile Devices

Want to do neuro-rehab using only your tablet or phone? This week, the NTR3 team and a couple of our research collaborators were given a preview of the AI-driven, gesture controlled exergame that NEURODEVs, our Computer Science Capstone team, have been working hard on this semester. Impressive!

Validating R3THA’s Assessment Protocol

We are excited to announce our latest publication in collaboration with researchers from NeuroTechR3, NJIT, and Rutgers that confirms the reliability of utilizing R3THA’s assessment protocol for telerehabilitation in a lab-based setting. The assessment protocol allows therapists to capture a stroke patient’s impaired hand kinematic scores remotely. NeuroTechR3 will continue to progress the development of […]

Intensive Therapeutics Collaboration

We’re excited to announce our partnership with Intensive Therapeutics, Inc.– a leading organization for children and youth with special needs. Together, we’re working to make a positive impact in the lives of those with Cerebral Palsy.Intensive Therapeutics, Inc., a nonprofit, 501(c)3 organization providing occupational, speech and physical therapy to children, teens, and young adults with special […]

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