From leading breakthrough research on high-risk infants to working alongside Enlighten Mobility, Nathalie Maitre, M.D., Ph.D., is advancing early detection and intervention. As co-chair of the Early Cerebral Palsy E-Health Summit, Dr. Maitre previews the next milestone in early detection.
Join Enlighten Mobility to help make strides on the journey to improved mobility care by Climbing for ROMP on July 31, marking the 31st anniversary of the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Gearing up for two product launches, COO Adrian Rodriguez has been on the go. As Enlighten Mobility’s lead engineer, Rodriguez drives product design, development and manufacturing – fueled by the goal to deliver patient empowerment.
With manufacturing plans currently underway for the gait trainer, COO Adrian Rodriguez wrapped up what he described as “a challenging couple of weeks where one small component caused a few too many big headaches.”
Enlighten Mobility intern and University of Notre Dame Naughton Fellowship recipient Theresa Rogers to attend Trinity College Dublin for master’s in biomedical engineering and medical device specialization.
First automated non-invasive neuromotor screening detects patterns of variability in newborns the human eye and brain are unable to process; studies underway with Early Detection and Intervention Network of top U.S. neonatal intensive care units