Clinical application of BCI-based motor Neuroprosthetics in spinal cord injury: MoreGrasp

The aim of the MoreGrasp project is to develop a non-invasive, multi-adaptive, multimodal user interface including a brain-computer interface (BCI) for intuitive control of a semi-autonomous motor and sensory grasp neuroprosthesis supporting individuals with high spinal cord injury in everyday activities.

Since the project ended in 2019, a clinical study is still running assessing the tools developed during the project runtime.

Here, you get to the official website.

Project Overview

This research line started with my Master Thesis in 1999 and is still ongoing.
Funding received so far:
- EU FP7 TOBI: WP2 (2008-2013)
- Wings for Life (2006, 2008, 2009)
- EU H2020: MoreGrasp

People involved

Prof.Dr. Gernot Müller-Putz, INE
Dr. Kyriaki Kostoglou, INE
PD.Dr-Ing. Rüdiger Rupp, SCI Center, Heidelberg University Hospital