Group Photo 2020

Founding members of the NeuroRobotics Consortium
Left to right: Andrew Grande, Ann Van de Winckel, Timothy Kowalewski, and Jürgen Konczak


The overarching goal of the NeuroRobotics Consortium at the University of Minnesota is to leverage the science of intelligent robotics to overcome long-standing barriers to improve neurological care. It is our hope that the efforts of the consortium ultimately elevate the current standard of care in Minnesota and the nation.

The consortium is a forum that brings together academic and industry partners to achieve this long term vision.

The consortium is headquartered at the University of Minnesota Institute for Engineering in Medicine. It includes people within the University, the United States, and has members from around the world. It is open to experts and stakeholders in the area of healthcare, medicine, and engineering.

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