PROMPT measures brain signals on the move

Mobility problems caused by Parkinson's disease, Multiple Sclerosis or Huntington, are very patient specific. If you want to know what happens inside the brain at the moment movement is disturbed, you can only find out when the patient is mobile. The University of Twente, together with the Radboud University and three companies, will therefore develop a mobile measuring system for EEG signals and blood flow in the brain. Based on these data, the system can develop a personal strategy for coping with the movement disorder.

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