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Research areas

At the heart of our center are four specialized research areas: Upper limb, Lower limb, Neurorehabilitation and Pain after amputation. Each group is focused on the development of cutting-edge technologies and treatments in their domain.

Our key competences

At CBPR we focus on developing treatments for complex conditions. To achieve this, we have a multidisciplinary team with expertise in various areas such as surgical reconstruction, neural interfaces, osseointegrated implants, Artificial Intelligence, neurostimulation and neuromodulation, and sensorimotor training. We invite researchers and students to join our multidisciplinary research environment, where diverse expertise converges to drive impactful advancements in medical engineering and healthcare solutions.

Upper limb prosthetics

Lower limb prosthetics


Postamputation pain

Our Upper Limb Research Group is at the forefront of developing the world’s most advanced prosthetic arms. We are committed to enhancing the lives of individuals with upper limb amputations by pushing the boundaries of prosthetic technology. Read our publications with the link below.

In our Lower Limb Research Group, we focus on various developments to improve the quality of life for individuals with lower limb amputations. Our research encompasses advancements in prosthetics and innovative solutions for mobility challenges. Read our publications with the link below.

The Neurorehabilitation Research Group is dedicated to developing technologies for the rehabilitation of sensorimotor impairments. Through a multidisciplinary approach, we aim to for improved patient outcomes by improving their functionality. Read our publications with the link below.

Our Pain Research Group is actively engaged in finding effective treatments for pain after amputation. By exploring innovative approaches and therapies, we strive to alleviate the burden of postamputation pain and enhance overall patient well-being. Read our publications with the link below.