The Stepp Lab for Sensorimotor Rehabilitation Engineering combines neural, electrical, and mechanical engineering to rehabilitate disordered sensorimotor function. The lab studies normal and disordered speech and voice, and use engineering approaches to investigate sensorimotor disorders, with the goal of rehabilitating disordered movement. The long-term research goal is to extend therapeutic advances to the speech system, improving current treatment alternatives. The lab utilizes multimodal sensory feedback and virtual reality to develop novel neuroprostheses and engineering solutions for sensorimotor rehabilitation.
Director Cara E. Stepp
Website Stepp Lab