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Joel W Burdick, Yu Chong Tai, John F Naber, Robert S Keynton, Victor Reggie Edgerton, Roland R Roy, Yury Gerasimenko, Susan J Harkema, Jonathan Hodes, Claudia A Angeli, Mandheerej S Nandra, Thomas Anthony Desautels, Steven L Upchurch, Douglas J Jackson, Nicholas A Terrafranca, Yangshen Chen: Spinal stimulator systems for restoration of function. California Institute of Technology, University of Louisville Research Foundation, The Regents of the University of California, K&L Gates, Louis Cullman, Brian J Novak, August 9, 2016: US09409023 (2 worldwide citation)

Described are devices including stimulation assemblies connectable to a plurality of electrodes. The plurality of electrodes can be configured to connect to a spinal cord at a location below a lesion of the spinal cord. The stimulation assembly can be configured to deliver stimulation to selected on ...


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Victor Reggie Edgerton, Roland R Roy, Yury Gerasimenko, Joel W Burdick, Susan J Harkema, Jonathan Hodes, Yu Chong Tai, Mandheerej S Nandra, Claudia A Angeli, Thomas Anthony Desautels: The Regents of the University of California, California Institute of Technology, University of Louisville Research Foundation, K&L Gates, Louis C Cullman, Brian J Novak, August 11, 2015: US09101769 (2 worldwide citation)

Methods of enabling locomotor control, postural control, voluntary control of body movements (e.g., in non-weight bearing conditions), and/or autonomic functions in a human subject having spinal cord injury, brain injury, or neurological neuromotor disease. In certain embodiments, the methods involv ...


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Victor Reggie Edgerton, Roland R Roy, Yury Gerasimenko, Joel W Burdick, Susan J Harkema, Jonathan Hodes, Yu Chong Tai, Mandheerej S Nandra, Claudia A Angeli, Thomas Anthony Desautels: The Regents of the University of California, California Institute of Technology, University of Louisville Research Foundation, K&L Gates, Louis C Cullman, Brian J Novak, March 6, 2018: US09907958

Methods of enabling locomotor control, postural control, voluntary control of body movements (e.g., in non-weight bearing conditions), and/or autonomic functions in a human subject having spinal cord injury, brain injury, or neurological neuromotor disease are described.