Launching a worldwide collaboration to gain insights from real-world data on rehabilitation outcomes.

Center Overview

The Center for Reliable Sensor Technology-Based Outcomes for Rehabilitation (RESTORE) will establish vital research infrastructure that enables rehabilitation scientists to use mobile sensors to monitor a diverse set of real-world outcomes by integrating expertise from statistics, computer science, bioengineering, mobile health, and clinical rehabilitation.

Led by Scott Delp from Stanford University, the Center is part of the Medical Rehabilitation Research Resource Network and is funded by NICHD and NINDS under the National Institutes of Health (Grant P2CHD10191301).

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