iCAMP lab 8 (320x240)
credit: Scott HolmesThe iCAMP lab houses many new technologies, many of which were developed in-house.

Our unique facilities and interdisciplinary environment provides a great opportunity for motivated residents and medical students as well as graduate, undergraduate, and high school students, who are interested in gaining knowledge in translational research and in particular translating innovations from engineering to various unmet needs in clinical field. We are in particular committed to train the next generation of scientists to help our patients become healthier and live higher quality and more resilient lives.

Our interdisciplinary team at iCAMP mentors and train our research interns to become familiar with innovative technologies in the field and translate them for various clinical applications such evaluation of healthy state of patients with loco-motor dysfunctions, early diagnosis of motor function deterioration, and designing innovative therapeutic modalities for improving motor performance. We are proud to mention that several of our students have received prestigious awards under our mentorship and published their results in high impacted peer-reviewed journals or scientific conference proceedings.