Dean Richard Reznick, head of the Queen’s School of Medicine has just posted his annual report. In it he recognizes the research program and contributions of BKIN’s CSO and co-founder Dr. Stephen Scott. Congrats Steve!
To all of the wonderful people who we met at World Stroke Congress in Montreal,
Please reach out to us if you have not heard from us. The lead retrieval application has mysteriously “lost” our last 1.5 days of scans. We are working with them to hopefully recover the data, but for the moment, we are regrettably without your contact information.
We look forward to hearing from you,
Anne Vivian-Scott & Paul St. John
The Dexterit-E 3.7.0 release brings many improvements for usability, task development, and normative modeling. We are thrilled to be able to deliver such a long list of tangible improvements!
We are very proud to be sponsoring the first conference on Progress in Clinical Motor Control: Neurorehabilitation at UPenn this summer. The meeting will bring together leading scientists in the basic, engineering, and clinical sciences to exchange and share research and development in cutting edge science and technology applied to neurorehabilitation. http://hhd.psu.edu/college/motor-control-conference
Update 28-Mar-18: this issue is now resolved with the availability of Dexterit-E Explorer 1.4
We still have a couple of spots available for our 5th annual KINARM Camp. It will be held Monday, May 14 to Friday noon, May 18, 2018 in Kingston, Ontario.
The objective of the Camp is to provide focused training on Custom Task development for KINARM Labs. The five day agenda is tailored to Basic Researchers and will provide hands-on learning on the use of MATLAB Simulink and Stateflow to develop Custom Task Programs for the KINARM Lab. New users, graduate students, and post docs are all invited to attend. Clinical researchers with an interest in Custom Task development are also welcome.
The preliminary agenda can be viewed here: KINARM Camp 2018.DRAFT
Attendance is limited to 12 registrants, so please complete the registration form to hold your spot.
If you’re awaiting approvals, please complete the form nonetheless and note that your attendance is tentative.
Update: 19-Mar-18: We have ended the advisory. Our testing has satisfied our concerns that Microsoft patches could affect performance. You may apply updates to your Windows OS.
BKIN has successfully renewed their ISO 13485 certification for another three year period. With this re-certification we were also able to transition to the latest 2016 standard – representing the best practice in quality management system implementation for manufacturers of medical devices.