Sauro Liberatore has recently joined Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital as researcher in the Motion Analysis Laboratory. In this role, he is developing and testing exoskeletons utilized for rehabilitation of patients with severe trauma such as brain and spinal injuries. Previously, he worked for more than 15 years in industry with diversified roles including spacecraft hardware testing, sensor development and rotordynamic specialist for turbomachinery. He brings to Tufts the combination of practical industry experience and a strong analytical background.
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