iCAMP to focus on improved stability, healing, mobility through wearable technology
"We are proud and honored to have recruited Dr. Najafi and his entire research team. He and his team are productive and collaborative investigators with broad expertise in biomechanical engineering, especially related to developing and testing wearable technology dedicated to preventing limb amputation, preventing falls in those at risk, and improving quality of life for all of us as we move through the world. Their expertise fits in perfectly as Baylor College of Medicine, CHI St. Luke's, and the Division of Vascular Surgery and Endovascular Therapy in the Michael E. DeBakey Department of Surgery coordinate their efforts to develop one of the premier lower extremity and amputation prevention programs in the world," said chief of Vascular Surgery Dr. Joseph L. Mills, Sr.
iCAMP laboratories are located in the Baylor College of Medicine Medical Center on the McNair Campus, a 35-acre tract adjacent to the DeBakey Veterans Affairs Medical Center. To find out more visit www.bcm.edu/icamp or email firstname.lastname@example.org