Three efforts to develop robots that could help people with disabilities and aid doctors in patient care will receive $2.4 million from the NIH in the next five years. These projects involve an MRI-guided co-robotic catheter, a platform for testing robotic ankle exoskeleton control techniques and a co-robotic navigation tool for blind patients.
3 projects on medical robotics win $2.4M grants from NIH
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