David Putrino’s Perspective


Patients with tetraplegia face unique and important health challenges due to the loss of autonomy that can occur with motor impairment. Implantable MNP BCI’s hold promise to restore continuous autonomy through the restoration of motor intent transmission to control the digital environment.

David Putrino Director Of Rehabilitation Innovation at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

A Patient Story


As I can no longer move my hands, I can ask l my wife to feed me, bring me water, help me dress, move my pillows and other activities. It’s a great relief to know that, if my voice goes, I will be able to text her my needs, and can continue to tell her how much I love and appreciate her.

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