The NeuroCIMT programme aims to develop novel ways of monitoring and treating neurological diseases and sensory impairments through quantitative models of the brain, e.g. by using EEG recordings. Each of the eight projects is aimed at delivering a proof of concept or prototype for clinical application. The research programme combines fundamental research with actual applications in a clinical setting. Therefore academic, clinical, and industrial partners are in this programme together.
The 4D-EEG project is a cooperation between Technical University Delft and VU Medical Centre Amsterdam. The overall goal of the project is to understand how patients recover after stroke. Why do some patients show limited recovery of the upper limb function, while others regain full functionality of their upper limb? Additionally the aim is to optimize accurate early prognosis of functional outcome after stroke.