Adriano Andrade is Professor at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering
of the Federal University of Uberlândia (UFU). He coordinates the Center for Innovation and Technological
Assessment in Health at UFU. His group developed TREMSEN - Precise Tremor Sensing Technology, to measure motor
signals of Parkinson’s disease.
Luiza Maire is a physiotherapist and PhD student in Biomedical Engineering at UFU. She has been applying TREMSEN in the clinical context.
Gabriel Escudeiro is a neurosurgeon graduated at the Fluminense Federal University (UFF). He has been using TREMSEN in the surgical context.
Rickson Mesquita is a Professor of Physics at
UNICAMP working with optical instrumentation for clinical applications.
Ligia Ratti is a Physical Therapist and supervisor of the adult intensive care unit (ICU) of the Clinical Hospital at UNICAMP.
They started collaborating during the COVID-19 pandemics to measure the vascular reactivity in patients hospitalized at the ICU to predict patient outcomes before intubation in severe COVID cases. Since then, they have started new initiatives to employ optical instrumentation built at Rickson's lab to better understand unknown problems in respiratory physical therapy.
Elizabeth Condliffe is a biomedical engineer and specialist
in physical medicine and rehabilitation at University of Calgary, interested in improving the care of people
with cerebral palsy and other causes of neurodisabilities.
Rahul Udasi is a co-founder and Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of Trexo Robotics, with a BASc and a MEng in mechatronics.
Trexo Robotics builds wearable robotics to help children with disabilities and walking impairments experience over-ground walking in clinics and at home. Dr. Condliffe has been studying the clinical use of the Trexo in home and community settings.