Winners of the De Luca Foundation’s Covid-19 Donation Initiative

5 Researchers from India, Mexico, UK and the USA are the Recipients of EMG Equipment

The De Luca Foundation congratulates Gerald D’Souza (Mangalore University, India), Nadia Vanessa Garcia Hernandez (Center for Research and Advanced Studies, Mexico), Terence McSweeney (Bournemouth University), Alejandra Aranceta-Garza (University of Strathclyde), and Timothy Reissman (University of Dayton) for submitting successful proposals to our COVID-19 Donation Initiative.

Each will receive a 2-Sensor Trigno Avanti Research+ System ($7,000.00 USD value), provided courtesy of Delsys Inc.

Additional details about the recipients can be found here.

Since its inception, the De Luca Foundation has dedicated its resources to serving the Biomechanics research community through grants, public education, and workshops.  COVID-19 has been difficult on many, and as such presented a rare occasion for us to fulfill our commitment to movement science professionals across the world.

We thank all that applied to our initiative, and we will continue to support the Biomechanics community under all circumstances.