In the News: Man Moves Paralyzed Hand With His Own Thoughts

The Congress of Neurological Surgeon’s Past President and Neurosurgery Editorial Board member, Ali R. Rezai, MD, and his team at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center have used technology to give a man the ability to move his paralyzed hand by using his thoughts. See the video below from the OSU Medical Center which highlights the cutting-edge technology called Neurobridge developed by researchers at Battelle. To read more about the latest developments with Dr Rezai’s patient, please visit the links below.

CBS News: Technology allows quadriplegic man to move hand

The Washington Post: Ohio surgeons hope chip in man’s brain lets him control paralyzed hand with thoughts