National Neurotrauma Society 2016 Symposium in Lexington, KY: Amanda Boxtel presenting with Sasha Rabchevsky PhD, Jennifer French Neurotech Network, Susan Harkema PhD, and Lumy Sawaki MD, PhD. Physical therapist: Craig Newsam PT, DPT. Presentation Title: Exoskeletons promote effective overground locomotion.
National Neurotrauma Society 2016 Symposium in Lexington, KY: Amanda Boxtel presenting with Sasha Rabchevsky PhD, Jennifer French Neurotech Network, Susan Harkema PhD, and Lumy Sawaki MD, PhD. Physical therapist: Craig Newsam PT, DPT. Presentation Title: Exoskeletons promote effective overground locomotion.

Education is Our Expertise

We recognize that keeping people informed with the most up-to-date information is critical in the fast paced world of bionics. We educate the public through

  • maintaining our website as a leading information resource on bionic exoskeleton technology. We anticipate expanding to all things bionic in future phases;
  • online reporting to visually track philanthropy by documenting results and impact through videos and photos of our activities, community outreach projects, R&D projects, and educational programs; and
  • conducting public presentations, lectures, forums, workshops and webinars on the nature and benefits of exoskeletons and bionic technology for individuals with severe motion impairment. Presenting to audiences brings certain credibility to the foundation and allows us to convey our expertise in the field to interested groups. We are able to literally ‘walk our talk’.

Would your company or organization like to have us present at your next event? Email us at INFO@bridgingbionics.org to get on our event’s calendar.

Amanda Boxtel speaking at Michelin City2.0 Salon at International Intangible Cultural Heritage Exhibition Park, November 12, 2014, Chengdu, China. Photo: Paul Persky/TED
Amanda Boxtel speaking at Michelin City2.0 Salon at International Intangible Cultural Heritage Exhibition Park, November 12, 2014, Chengdu, China. Photo: Paul Persky/TED