Thomas Oxley interview - First in human experience with endovascular motor neuroprosthesis

In this interview, Thomas Oxley (Interventional Neurologist at Mount Sinai, New-York) answers questions from Rodrigo Rivera (Editor-in-chief of LINNC online) about the results of his study "Motor neuroprosthesis implanted with neurointerventional surgery improves capacity for activities of daily living tasks in severe paralysis: first in-human experience".

 

Thomas Oxley talks about his professional background, how he started working on this project, describes the main steps of this study, the results of the in-human experience, future clinical implications and much more!

 

For additional information, also consult the literature review .

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