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Jul 24, 2021

Neuroprosthesis for Decoding Speech in a Paralyzed Person with Anarthria

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Original Article from The New England Journal of Medicine — Neuroprosthesis for Decoding Speech in a Paralyzed Person with Anarthria.


Dr. Moses, Mr. Metzger, and Ms. Liu contributed equally to this article.

A data sharing statement provided by the authors is available with the full text of this article at NEJM.org.

We thank the study participant “Bravo-1” for his dedication and commitment; the members of Karunesh Ganguly’s laboratory for help with the clinical study; Mark Chevillet, Emily Mugler, Ruben Sethi, and Stephanie Thacker for support and feedback; Nick Halper and Kian Torab for hardware technical support; Mariann Ward for clinical nursing support; Matthew Leonard, Heather Dawes, and Ilona Garner for feedback on an earlier version of the manuscript; Viv Her for administrative support; Kenneth Probst for illustrating an earlier version of Figure 1; Todd Dubnicoff for video editing; and the participant’s caregivers for logistic support.

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