Smart medical devices that precisely measure and learn human motion


Biomechanics of concussion

Our laboratory works to understand basic mechanisms of brain trauma using instrumented mouthguards, computational models, and neuroimaging to develop diagnostic and preventative technologies for concussion.

Soft surgical robots

By combining novel motion controllers and deep-learning localization methods, we aim to make surgical robots capable of handling surgical tasks on their own.

Reproductive biomechanics

We are developing a quantitative, noninvasive and early (day 1) measure of viability in order to allow clinicians to transfer the single most viable embryo, reducing the incidence of multiple gestations while preserving the pregnancy and birth rate of IVF.