Posts Tagged: Jose Zariffa
Dr. Jose Zariffa and Kei Masani are two of the recipients of EMHSeed, valued at $60,000/year for two years.
May 19, 2021 | Dr. Jose Zariffa and his research team are developing tools that enable clinicians to evaluate rehabilitation success and track recovery. The goal is to create a personalized process for the improvement of rehabilitation from spinal cord injuries and stroke, accelerating the affected individuals back on the road to recovery.
As COVID-19 protective supplies dwindle, U of T Engineering grad students are stitching face masks for Toronto
April 03, 2020 | U of T Engineering graduate students Kramay Patel (IBBME MD/PhD candidate) and Chaim Katz (IBBME PhD candidate) are temporarily trading in their electrodes and amplifiers for sewing machines and cotton threads.
October 31, 2019 | In conversation with Dr. José Zariffa on how the field could address conditions from Alzheimer’s disease to vision loss.
July 22, 2019 | Dr. Margaret Hai-Ling Cheng, Naomi Matsuura, and José Zariffa were promoted to the Associate Professor rank, and Dr. Julie Audet was promoted to the Professor rank.
10 April, 2013 IBBME is delighted to welcome Dr. José Zariffa to the Institute as an Assistant Professor in both the Engineering in a Clinical Setting and the Neural, Sensory […]
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