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Robots lend a helping hand
Stroke victims benefit from UCI engineering research
April 17, 2017
Technology that includes, not isolates
Doctoral candidate Veronica Newhart will meet with state lawmakers to advocate for graduate research such as her own
March 30, 2017
Pet therapy without the pet
Oncologists at UC Irvine Medical Center study whether an interactive therapy robot can benefit women receiving chemotherapy.
July 31, 2012
Can robots take over rehab?
Machines that help people regain use of their arms and legs are no longer the stuff of science fiction. At UCI, professor David Reinkensmeyer develops devices designed to restore movement to damaged limbs.
January 3, 2012
Like father, like son
Doctor whose dad was the AMA’s first black president is also a trailblazer – in gynecologic surgery.
September 12, 2011
Expanding the role of robots
SpineAssist system adds to UC Irvine firsts in the operating room. Surgeons continue to find innovative uses for the technology, including thyroid, lung and colorectal procedures.
May 23, 2011
Robots redefining cancer surgery
UC Irvine’s innovative Robotic Oncology Center offers minimally invasive treatment in multiple disciplines.
August 2, 2010