Shaping the Future of Paralysis Treatment

The DCU Exoskeleton Programme is a research-driven initiative that is shaping the future of paralysis treatment. Supported by philanthropy, the programme allows people with reduced mobility due to paralysis to access supported walking sessions in an exoskeleton suit, offering users a range of health benefits and giving researchers new insights into how this technology can transform lives.

At our 2024 Leadership Circle Dinner, Prof Blánaid White, Executive Dean of the Faculty of Science and Health, led a panel discussion with Clinical Lead Ronan Langan and programme participants Jack Kavanagh and Chloe Greene, who reveal how the research made possible by this programme is opening new possibilities in rehabilitation.


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