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Linfang Yang worked at the Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Utah between 2008 and 2010 as graduate researcher and teaching assistant. Linfang did research in Mechanical Engineering. Their most recent publication is 'Utilization of a lower extremity ambulatory feedback system to reduce gait asymmetry in transtibial amputation gait'. She currently work at Microsoft as a software engineer.
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The goal of our research is to augment gait rehabilitation for persons with gait asymmetry through a real-time feedback system that can be used independently by patients in the community. Our wireless, wearable, real-time gait asymmetry detection system called the lower extremity ambulatory feedback system (LEAFS) is a low-cost, in-shoe gait detect...
Our research group hypothesizes that one way to provide low-cost healthcare delivery efficiently is through the use of a large number of inexpensive sensors that can provide meaningful medical data. Typical development of medical instrumentation pursues increased resolution and higher accuracy - accompanied by a corresponding increase in cost; it i...