NeuroSIPE: Painsight - Closed loop identification of the nociceptive system The PaINSIGHT project, which is funded by the STW Perspective Programme NeuroSIPE, is a collaboration between the BSS and AAMP groups of the University of Twente and the University Medical Centre St. Radboud. The project focuses on parameter identification of the nociceptive system for improved monitoring of chronic pain development.
POWERSENSOR: Ambulatory assessment of daily life interactions between the human body and environment.
BrainGain: Stroke rehabilitation in the home environment Rehabilitation in stroke patients may benefit from advances in understanding of the various mechanisms responsible for improvement, including neural plasticity and renewed motor learning.
BrainGain: Targeting the brain with DBS in Parkinson’s disease Finding optimal DBS settings is complicated by uncertainties regarding optimum targets leading to therapeutic benefits as well as the low thresholds for side effects.