In tight collaboration with several medical doctors from different specialties (cardiology, diabetology, hematology, neurology, neuro-ophtalmology, neuro-surgery, oncology, orthopedy, physiatry, physical therapy, radiology, sport science,…) and the main hospitals of the Piedmont area (A.O.U. Molinette - Città della Salute e della Scienza, Presidio Sanitario Gradenigo, Presidio Sanitario San Camillo, A.O. Ordine Mauriziano, Clinica C. Sperino – Ospedale Oftalmico,…) this research group has gained an extensive experience in the design and management of clinical studies. The purpose of this activity is to develop and validate objective outcome measures to assess patients at various stages of their pathology, to document their follow-up, to quantitatively evaluate changes after a treatment, and to design patient-centered rehabilitation protocols. This research activity is characterized by non-invasive quantitative measurements obtained through innovative biomedical sensors, devices and systems, and the analysis and interpretation of various kinds of biomedical data, signals and/or images. A high number of different observational studies have been carried out, involving hundreds of patients (and controls).
- PE7_9 Man-machine-interfaces
- PE7_11 Components and systems for applications
- LS7_1 Medical engineering and technology
- Medical diagnosis
- Biomedical computing