Crossed views on the evaluation and expected benefits of the use of exoskeletons in two clinical trials conducted at the Institute of Myology.
In this fourth edition of “Regards croisés”, two Myology experts, Damien Bachasson, PhD, Scientific Research Project Manager and Dr Guillaume Bassez, Neurologist, present a key research project conducted at the Institute of Myology on the evaluation of the conditions and expected benefits of the use of exoskeletons in two clinical trials conducted at the Institute of Myology. What is an exoskeleton? What are the current clinical trials? What is the profile of the patients who participate? What types of evaluations and observations are carried out in these trials? What are the expected benefits for the patients who use them? What can we expect in the long run? These are some of the questions that our two experts try to answer (in French).
A question to Prof. Fabrice Chrétien
The challenges of NIC, a unique platform where evaluation is at the interface of research and patient care: A question to Prof. Fabrice Chrétien
In this fourth episode of the short format “A question to”, meet Prof. Fabrice Chrétien, Director of the Neuromuscular Investigation Center (NIC) of the Institute of Myology, who explains (in French) what this platform is, its role, how it is unique and what are its major stakes in the strategy of the future Myology Foundation.
These videos are obtained from the Ambition Fondation de Myologie website.