Tanya Aranca

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Friedreich's ataxia (FRDA) is an inherited, progressive neurodegenerative disease that typically affects teenagers and young adults. Therapeutic strategies and disease insight have expanded rapidly over recent years, leading to hope for the FRDA population. There is currently no US FDA-approved treatment for FRDA, but advances in research of its(More)
The integration of wearable and wireless inertial body sensors with machine learning offers the capacity to diagnose neurological disorders involving gait. Clinical rating scales may be unable to offer precise measurement of gait dysfunction in Friedreich's ataxia compared to wearable body and inertial sensors. Using wireless inertial sensors mounted about(More)
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