Brain interfacing has potential to help the paralyzed, says biomedical engineering’s Robert Kirsch

CWRU study of BrainGate could help paralyzed patients regain movement

The Plain Dealer: A group of engineers is launching a clinical trial to study a system that will measure how the brains of people with paralysis communicate movement. “We want to restore people’s ability to move,” said Robert Kirsch, professor of biomedical engineering. “We think that brain interfacing has the most potential for that, and it’s the bottleneck [in the research field] right now.”