A team of Boston surgeons and scientists has developed a new approach to amputation.
Alum Shriya Srinivasan, Dr. Matthew Carty, climber Jim Ewing, and others join STAT and Nova PBS for a conversation about the Augmented film.
Augmented is a Nova PBS documentary produced by STAT News, which follows the development of a new amputation procedure and bionic prostheses
Boston Magazine looks at 10 recent biomedical innovations created by local researchers, including the AMI procedure.
Matthew Carty, a visiting scientist in the Biomechatronics group, has been named to this position at Brigham and Women's Hospital.
The center is funded by a $24 million gift to MIT’s McGovern Institute for Brain Research from philanthropist Lisa Yang.
Muscle grafts could help amputees sense and control artificial limbs.
Reconnecting muscle pairs during amputation gives patients more sensory feedback from the limb.
In a new study published in PNAS, Biomechatronics researchers report findings related to the AMI amputation method.
Alicia Lakey receives the Ewing Amputation procedure developed by the Biomechatronics group and Brigham and Women’s Hospital.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — For hours on end last year, Massachusetts Institute of Technology engineers ran the brain-controlled robotic limb throug…
New study describes first human implementation of novel approach to limb amputation.