Future Technologies for Stroke Rehabilitation

Tuesday, 2nd May 2017, 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Registration from 2:00 pm

Venue: The Wolfson Building

This event will showcase the latest stroke rehabilitation technologies developed by the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Strathclyde. The event will provide attendees with the opportunity to drop in to try out innovative new technologies and influence future product development, including:

  • Mobile phones apps.
  • Kinect® motion analysis.
  • Sit-to-stand training.
  • Virtual reality gait training.
  • Brain-computer interface games.
  • Electrical stimulation. 

The showcase will be open from 2.00pm-4.00pm, and you can drop in at any point during this time. Refreshments will be provided.

Who should attend?

The event is aimed at all users of stroke rehabilitation equipment and technology including:

  • Healthcare professionals (physiotherapists, occupational therapists, speech and language therapists, nurses etc.)

  • Stroke survivors.

  • Carers of stroke survivors.

  • Those supporting stroke survivors in the third sector.

  • Researchers/academics.

Benefits of attending

This is an opportunity to try out stroke rehabilitation technologies of the future and influence their development by engaging with our researchers and product developers.  


Dr Andrew Kerr
phone +44 (0)141 548 2855
Lecturer, Department of Biomedical Engineering
Sui-Ho Fan
DTC Student, Department of Biomedical Engineering
Eunice Ibala
PhD Student, Department of Biomedical Engineering

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