Our lab's work on concussion recently featured on the main Stevens' website: among others, Dr. Kurt explains why measuring the brain’s mechanical properties in vivo could give us new hints on brain function and pathology. Find the full story at https://www.stevens.edu/news/concussions.
Dr. Kurt's paper "In vivo Evaluation of Wearable Head Impact Sensors" published on the Annals of Biomedical Engineering wins the Editor's Choice Best Paper Award at the 2017 BMES conference held in Phoenix, AZ. Congratulations Dr. Kurt!
Kurtlab postdoc Gloria Fabris wins the best presentation award at the 1st International MRE Workshop on Elastography held at the Charité University Hospital in Berlin, Germany. She presented the work on amplified MRI (aMRI) arising from a collaboration between Kurtlab and the Radiology Department at Stanford University. Congratulations Gloria!