Healing After Traumatic Brain Injury

With your support, 15 year old Tyler Brown walks again—one (robotic exoskeleton) step at a time.


Tyler walking in EksoOne day after school, Tyler Brown and his twin brother, Kevin, were walking along a busy street when they were struck by a car. Though Kevin was hit first, his injuries were not as grave as Tyler’s


Breast Cancer Resources

By Nicky Miller


According to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women. Adding to the range of research, Kessler Foundation is actively researching a breast cancer study to find treatment, and rehabilitation techniques to help individuals


World Cancer Day

February 4 is World Cancer Day.


In the U.S., 3.1 million women have a history of breast cancer.


Many report experiencing weakness and fatigue long after their treatment has ended, diminishing quality of life and interfering with daily activities.



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“Exercise is demonstrated to have


Alaleh Alivar

Center for Mobility and Rehabilitation Engineering Research

Dr. Alaleh Alivar joined the Advanced Rehabilitation Neuroimaging Lab at the Center for Mobility and Rehabilitation Engineering at Kessler Foundation as a postdoctoral fellow in September 2019. She received her doctoral degree in August 2019 from Kansas State University, working on biomedical signal...


Cancer-Related Fatigue a Research Perspective

In this episode of Kessler Foundation's podcast, Didier Allexandre, PhD, research scientist at the Center for Mobility and Rehabilitation Engineering Research at Kessler Foundation, presented, “Cancer-Related Fatigue: A Research Perspective.”


This is part five, and the final podcast from the