Become a Volunteer for Robotic Ankle-Foot Orthosis Study
Rehabilitation Robotics Lab is looking for healthy adults (age 18-65) for a robotic orthosis study. Rehabilitation Robotics Lab is led by Dr. Kim from the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Illinois at Chicago (ERF 1036) and is conducting a study to examine the effect of a robotic orthosis during walking in healthy adults.
“Analysis of human motion will be conducted in the laboratory during the study”
To be eligible for the study you must:
→Be between the age range of 18-6 5 years who can read and speak English
→Shoe size: Men’s shoe size around 10
→Be able to walk on the treadmill for a prolonged period.
→Have a good vision: must be able to see (certain size and distance) without wearing glasses or contact lenses.
→Not suffer from illness or injury that would affect your ability to walk on the treadmill.
→External participants (Outside of RRLab) will be compensated for your time.
For more information, please contact us:
312-206-5705 or 312-996-6995 (firstname.lastname@example.org)