Organization profile

Organisation profile

Vision:  We believe in improving the quality of life for people with impaired sensory or motor capabilities

Mission:  We aim to develop innovative solutions that are inspired by and integrated with human biology to create knowledge that leads to novel neurorehabilitation systems and strategies.

We work by….1)  By bridging animal and human research, 2) By revealing, understanding and modulating neuroplastic mechanisms in the PNS (somatic and autonomic) and CNS in the healthy body, and in disease development and prevention, 3)  By investigating and controlling sensory-motor functionalities in the healthy body or in diseases affecting the nervous systems

Our research ‘’tool box’’ and methodological approach. We have a strong technological and engineering approach to problem solving. We have a strong electrophysiological foundation within the areas of neural engineering and neuroscience, and bring in other relevant research disciplines where necessary. Our work involves animal models, human volunteers, and patients including both forward and backward translational research

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    Research Output

    A Multiday Evaluation of Real-Time Intramuscular EMG Usability with ANN

    Waris, A., Zia Ur Rehman, M., Niazi, I. K., Jochumsen, M., Englehart, K., Jensen, W., Haavik, H. & Kamavuako, E. N., 15 Jun 2020, In : Sensors (Basel, Switzerland). 20, 12, 3385.

    Research output: Contribution to journalJournal articleResearchpeer-review

    Open Access
  • Comparison of existing electrode designs for preferential activation of cutaneous nociceptors

    Poulsen, A. H., Tigerholm, J., Meijs, S., Andersen, O. K. & Mørch, C. D., 12 Jun 2020, In : Journal of Neural Engineering. 17, 3, 17 p., 036026.

    Research output: Contribution to journalJournal articleResearchpeer-review

  • Contralateral Transfer of the Phenomenon of Repeated Bout Rate Enhancement in Unilateral Index Finger Tapping

    Hansen, E. A., Bak, S., Knudsen, L., Seiferheld, B. E., Stevenson, A. J. T. & Emanuelsen, A., 2020, In : Journal of Motor Behavior. 52, 1, p. 89-96 8 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalJournal articleResearchpeer-review

  • Prizes

    Best poster abstract

    Tøttrup, Lea (Recipient), 2019

    Prize: Conference prizes


    Natalie Mrachacz-Kersting (Recipient), 22 Sep 2017

    Prize: Other prizes

  • Vanførefondens forskningspris

    Jensen, Winnie (Recipient), 2016

    Prize: Research, education and innovation prizes


    • 1 Organisation or participation in workshops, courses, or seminars

    Girls' Day in Science AAU 2019

    Amelia Reimer Borregaard (Organizer), , Rikke Hagensby Jensen (Organizer), , Anna Lyhne Jensen (Participant), , Anne Marie Svane (Participant), , Anne Juhler Hansen (Participant), , Ann-Louise Andersen (Participant), , Belinda Nors (Participant), , Cejna Anna Quist-Jensen (Participant), , Katrine Vogt Møller (Participant), , Kirstine Meyer Frandsen (Participant), , Lea Tøttrup (Participant), , Marike Koch van den Broek (Participant), , Lone Kørnøv (Participant), , Janne Jul Jensen (Participant), , Vibeke R Borregaard (Participant), & Lotte Sørensen (Participant)

    2 Oct 2019

    Activity: Attending an eventOrganisation or participation in workshops, courses, or seminars


    Press / Media

    Birgit danser smerten væk

    Rogerio Pessoto Hirata & Kim Dremstrup


    1 item of Media coverage

    Press/Media: Press / Media

    40 procent af os sover dårligt: Her får du fem råd til en god nats søvn

    Kim Dremstrup


    1 item of Media coverage

    Press/Media: Press / Media

    Med fremtidens høretelefoner kan du skrue op og ned for virkeligheden

    Kim Dremstrup


    1 item of Media coverage

    Press/Media: Press / Media