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Areas of Focus

Understanding the neuromuscular and biomechanical mechanisms behind gait and balance dysfunction in people with acquired brain injury (stroke and traumatic brain injury) and develop innovative interventions for treating balance dysfunction and enhance the quality of life after ABI. The BAT-lab also focuses on using advanced signal processing approaches in understanding physiological implications of neurorehabilitation interventions such as neuromuscular electrical stimulation for individuals with spinal cord injury.


  • Smart Equitest Clinical Research System for Balance
  • Allcore360 – A core-strengthening device
  • 3D Motion tracking - 12 Camera 3D Motion Capture System, IMUs
  • Electromyography (EMG), Pressure measurement
  • Activity Monitoring devices
  • Funding Support

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    • Journals

      Current Publications

      Our researchers publish in high impact journals all over the world. more 


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      Kessler Foundation awarded 6 grants by New Jersey Commission on Brain Injury Research

      Researchers will be investigating novel ways to improve quality of life for individuals with traumatic brain injury and their caregivers more 

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      Kessler Foundation fellow receives grant from National Institute of Health 

      Rakesh Pilkar, Ph.D., a post-doctoral fellow in Human Performance and Engineering Research at Kessler Foundation, was awarded a R03, $153,000 grant by the National Institutes   more 

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