We are very excited to be supporting a brand new Research project with the team at University of Essex. They have launched a brand new website focusing purely on research for the amputee community. Please see below information on the first research project and we look forward to many more …. AND THERE ARE AMAZON VOUCHERS UP FOR GRABS !!
Are you a person aged 18 years or older, with or without limb loss?
Are you interested in understanding more about living a world with limb loss?
Would you like to help the scientific and limbless communities by participating in our research projects?
Are you looking for an online platform where to find scientific articles on limbless research and post your questions?
If you answered YES to any of the questions above, visit our new website (https://sites.google.com/view/researchforlimbless) on Scientific Research for the Amputee Community for more information and sign up to participate in our studies!
We are a dedicated research group based at the University of Essex who, in collaboration with the Steel Bones association, wants to create a dialogue between the limbless and scientific communities. Our scientific research revolves around understanding the role of bodily experiences (e.g. touch perception, movement) and their loss in developing mental images of our own self and of other people. Through novel research studies, we hope to better understand the experience of living with limb loss, leading the way for further cutting-edge research in multi-disciplinary scientific research fields. In addition, we also look forward to knowing what questions people with limb loss may have that could direct scientific research in the future.
Visit our website to browse our currently available research studies and become a participant, check some interesting scientific papers regarding the limbless community, and post questions and topics that you would like to see addressed by the scientific research in the future.
We look forward to you joining our Scientific Research for the Limbless Community!