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December 2023
  • Congratulations Jonah Mudge on a successful defense of your R21!

November 2023
  • The Human Fusions Institute host a retreat for their new Office of Naval Research (ONR) grant

  • PhD students Preethi Bhat and Bryn Spilker travel with Dr. Emily Graczyk and PhD student Bri Hutchison from the Limbs Lab to SFN. Congratulations on the poster presentations!

  • First stim of S113; he feels his hand again! We Look forward to continuing work with you

October 2023
  • S113 is implanted and joins our upper extremity amputee studies! Special thanks to S113, his support system and the surgical team for making this a possibility! We look forward to working with you.

August 2023
  • Melissa Schmitt and Chris Cowen travel to the Amputee Coalition to help spread the word about the incredible research happening here in Cleveland, OH!

July 2023
  • Roberto Peralta and Hannah Morgan (from the ReLLiNC Lab) travel to Portland, Oregon for the National Veterans Wheelchair Games. They helped spread the word about all the incredible research happening here in Cleveland, OH!

March 2023
  • We welcome Jessica Jarvela to the Team as our new Study Coordinator

  • We thank Alesia Lambert, our former study coordinator for all her time and care over the past year and wish her luck in her next position

February 2023
  • The Graczyk Lab welcomed many new students during the open house this year! 

January 2023
  • Congratulations to John and Melissa on publishing on their work on "The Experience of Sensorimotor Integration of a Lower Limb Sensory Neuroprosthesis: A Qualitative Case Study" in Frontiers of Neuroscience. Read their paper here

August 2022
  • Welcome to Roberto Peralta and Bryn Spilker who join the lab as PhD students

August 2021
  • Welcome to Jonah Mudge, who joins the lab as a PhD student

  • The Reconnecting the Hand and Arm to the Brain (ReHAB) Clinical Trial is featured in PBS NewsHour

February 2021
  • Human Fusions Institute (HFI) participates in the ThinkBig Campaign

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