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Effect of a Soft Robotic Sock Device on Lower Extremity Rehabilitation

following Stroke: New Early Access Article from JTEHM





In this preliminary clinical study, we tested the effect of a novel soft robotic sock device, capable of providing assisted ankle exercise, in improving blood flow in the lower limb for the prevention of complications of stroke such as deep vein thrombosis and joint contracture. The results of the clinical trial show that the sock device improves venous blood flow in the early phase of device use and assists with ankle joint exercise.

























































































































IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium - Abstract Deadline 8th April 2019 midnight PDT













The IEEE International Ultrasonics symposium will be held from the 6th – 9th of October 2019 at the Scottish Event Campus (SEC) in Glasgow, Scotland, UK http://sites.ieee.org/ius-2019/



This will be the first time the symposium has ever been held in the UK. The breadth of the symposium is unsurpassed, taking in medical and industrial ultrasonics and other applications including consumer ultrasonics, underwater SONAR, and power ultrasonics.



Abstracts submission is currently open for presentation in both oral or poster format describing original work in the field of Ultrasonics from the following subject classifications:



* Medical Ultrasonics

* Sensors, NDE & Industrial Applications

* Physical Acoustics

* Microacoustics – SAW, BAW & MEMS

* Transducers & Transducer Materials



The abstract submission deadline is: Monday 8th April 2019 to submit, please visit: http://sites.ieee.org/ius-2019/abstract-submission/

















































































































Join the New York Academy of Sciences for "Complex Medicines: Science, Regulation, and Accelerating Development" on May 13th













This symposium will outline the future of complex medicines, including the best scientific approaches for their development and regulation, challenges in the assessment of equivalence, and how to ensure timely access for patients.





Speakers include Henning Blume, PhD, SocraTec R&D and the University of Frankfurt; Scott McNeil, PhD, Nanotechnology Characterization Lab; Sesha Neervannan, PhD, Allergan; and Gillian Woollett, DPhil, MA, Avalere Health.



Early Bird deadline: April 1st. Abstract and fellowship deadline: April 15th


















































































































Register Now for a Complimentary IEEE Brain Webinar 

Fiberless Optoelectrodes

for Neuromodulation at Cellular Resolution













Join us on Tuesday, 30 April, at 1:00 pm ET for a complimentary webinar with Professor Euisik Yoon, University of Michigan. His talk will review the evolution of Michigan neural probe technologies toward scaling up the number of recording sites, enhancing the recording reliability, and introducing multi-modalities in neural interface including optogenetics.











































































IEEE BHI-BSN 2019

Registration Open!














Registration is now open for IEEE BHI-BSN 2019! Register by April 15th to receive the early-bird rates.





































































































EMBC 2019 Keynotes












We have an EXCELLENT lineup of keynote speakers coming up in at #EMBC19, the 41st International Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference, to be held in Berlin, Germany from July 23–27, 2019.