In the news

PathMaker Neurosystems Inc. – A Success Story of a Laureate of the YEi-Start in France Program
Office for Science & Technology of the Embassy of France in the United States, October 2019

Feinstein Institutes Trial Finds Promising Non-invasive Therapy for Stroke
Feinstein Institute, August 2019

Results From MyoRegulator for Spasticity Trial Published
Rehab Management, July 2019

New Partnership Forms to Develop Breakthrough Neuromodulation Device
MD+DI & QMED, March 2019

Direct Nerve Stimulation using MyoRegulator System Seen to Reduce Spasticity in Mice with Spinal Cord Injury
Multiple Sclerosis News Today, February 2019

Servier’s Wehealth, Pathmaker team up for neuromodulation device for spasticity treatment
BioWorld MedTech, January 2019

Pathmaker inks $5M deal to develop neuromodulation device for muscle spasticity
BioWorld MedTech, February 2018

MyoAmplifier Gets Seed Funding to Develop System for Pediatric Paralysis
Cerebral Palsy News Today, January 2018

BPIFrance Awards PathMaker Grant to Develop MyoRegulator, Device to Treat Spasticity
Multiple Sclerosis News Today, February 2017

Clinical Trial Begins for Device to Treat Spasticity in Cerebral Palsy, Other Disorders
Cerebral Palsy News Today, April 2016

PathMaker Launches Clinical Trial of MyoRegulator to Treat Spasticity, Common in MS
Multiple Sclerosis News Today, April 2016

Neuromodulator and artificial kidney to be reviewed under FDA’s Expedited Access Pathway
FierceMedicalDevices, November 2015

FDA speeds up approval process for PathMaker’s non-invasive medical device
Boston Business Journal, October 2015

PathMaker Neurosystems Inc. eyes European market with France expansion
Boston Business Journal, June 2015

Faculty Focus:  New Frontiers in Rehabilitation
CUNY/CSI

Treatment being studied at College of Staten Island stimulates the brain, spinal cord and muscles in those with cerebral palsy, stroke
SI Live

A New Path to Mobility
CUNY video

New Treatment May Help Paralyzed Patients Move Again
NY1 News

Zaghloul Ahmed Awarded 2011 NYC Bioaccelerate Prize For Neural Stimulation System
CUNY