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Providence VA Medical Center, Rhode Island

 

Jesse McVaney, BS

Jesse McVaney  Jesse McVaney, BS
Research Assistant
jesse.mcvaney@va.gov *
401-273-7100 x6208

Jesse McVaney is a research assistant working under Dr. Susan D’Andrea at the CfNN Gait and Motion Analysis Lab. During his undergraduate studies, Jesse’s focus was in embedded devices and computer vision/Image processing for medical use. His current protocols focus on the use of virtual reality to augment rehabilitation in lower limb amputees. Jesse holds a bachelor’s degree in biomedical engineering from the University of Rhode Island.

Current Studies:

Jesse is currently involved in the following studies:

  • Dynamic Corrective Force Device: A Balance Measure for Amputees – PI: Susan E. D’Andrea, PhD
  • Virtual Reality Rehabilitation for Individuals with Lower Limb Amputation – PI: Susan E. D’Andrea, PhD
  • Effect of Prosthetic Socket Design on Residual Limb Motion using Biplanar X-Ray Video – PI: Susan E. D’Andrea, PhD







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