Jump ARCHES

JUMP ARCHESIn 2014, a $62.5 million gift established the Jump Applied Research Center for Community Health through Engineering and Simulation (Jump ARCHES), a partnership between Jump Simulation and Education Center at OSF HealthCare and HCESC at Illinois’ College of Engineering. Jump ARCHES, a partnership of clinicians and engineers who are creating new and innovative simulation technologies, is transforming the way healthcare professionals learn. Further, through international partnerships, Jump ARCHES is also developing simulation-based educational tools to meet global healthcare challenges.

OSF HealthcareThe Jump ARCHES Endowment provides direct access and competitive grants for engineers and clinicians of every discipline to work together, solving problems in the real world of healthcare. Over the last four years, this endowment has provided over $2 million through an internal grant mechanism. These competitive grants are available only to the employees of University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, University of Illinois College of Medicine in Peoria, and OSF HealthCare Systems. Proposal requests are accepted twice annually.

Recent Projects Funded by Jump ARCHES

 

Other Projects Funded by Jump ARCHES

2015

Personalized Avatars in Patient Portals
Thomas Huang, Electrical and Computer Engineering
James F. Graumlich, UICOMP/OSF
Ann Willemsen-Dunlap, Jump Simulation-OSF

Abnormal Muscle Tone Behavior Diagnostic Device
Elizabeth Hsiao-Wecksler, Mechanical Science and Engineering
Steven Tippet, UICOMP/Bradley
Jianxun Zhou, UICOMP/OSF

 

2016

Patient Discharge Process and Communications Simulation Training
Deborah Thurston, Industrial and Enterprise Systems Engineering
Richard Perl, UICOMP/Jump Simulation-OSF

Safety and Reliability of Surgical Robots via Simulation
Ravishankar Iyer, Electrical and Computer Engineering
David Crawford, UICOMP/OSF

Simulation Training for Mechanical Circulatory Support using Extra-Corporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO) in Adult Patients
Pramod Chembrammel, Health Care Engineering Systems Center
Matthew Bramlet, UICOMP/Jump Simulation-OSF 

Simulation Training to Identify Fall Risk in the Home Environment
Rama Ratnam, Health Care Engineering Systems Center
Jacob Sosnoff, Kinesiology
Julia Biernot, UICOMP/INI-OSF

 

2017

Multi-Modal Medical Image Segmentation, Registration and Abnormality Detection for Clinical Applications
Thomas Huang, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Matthew Bramlet, UICOMP/Jump Simulation-OSF 

Developing MRI Acquisitions and Protocols to Enable Automated Segmentation of Cardiac & Brain Images
Brad Sutton, Bioengineering
Matthew Bramlet, UICOMP/Jump Simulation-OSF 

Development of a Robotic Forearm to Simulate Abnormal Muscle Tone Due to Brain Lesions–Round 2 Funding
Elizabeth Hsiao-Wecksler, Mechanical Science and Engineering
Steven R. Tippett, UICOMP/Bradley
Jianxun Zhou, UICOMP/OSF 

Interactive Technology Support for Patient Medication Self-Management
Dan Morrow, Educational Psychology
James F. Graumlich, UICOMP/OSF 

Surgical Planning via Preoperative Surgical Repair of Next Generation 3D, Patient Specific, Cardiac Mimic
Rashid Bashir, Dean, College of Engineering, and Bioengineering
Matthew Bramlet, UICOMP/Jump Simulation-OSF 

Multi-Robot Minimally Invasive Single Port Laparoscopic Surgery
Placid Ferreira, Mechanical Science and Engineering
Edmund Yang, UIICOMP/OSF 

Developing MRI Acquisitions and Protocols to Enable Automated Segmentation of Cardiac & Brain Images–Round 2 Funding
Brad Sutton, Bioengineering
Matthew Bramlet, UICOMP/Jump Simulation-OSF 

Simulation of Postural Dysfunction in Parkinson’s Disease
Manuel Hernandez, Kinesiology
Richard Sowers, Mathematics & Industrial and Enterprise Systems Engineering
Dronacharya Lamichhane, UICOMP/INI-OSF 

Movement Impairment Characterization and Rehabilitation for Dystonic Cerebral Palsy Using Robotic Haptic Feedback in Virtual Reality
Citlali Lopez-Oritz, Kinesiology
Stephen LaValle, Computer Science
Julian Lin, UICOMP/INI-OSF

 

2018

A Natural Language Powered Platform for Post-Operative Care for Long Distance Caregiving
Ramavarapu Sreenivas, Industrial and Enterprise Systems Engineering
Sarah Steward de Ramirez, UICOMP/Jump Simulation-OSF -OSF 

KneeVIEW: A Virtual Education Window for Musculoskeletal Training
Mariana Kersh, Mechanical Science and Engineering
Scott Barrows, UICOMP/OSF
Thomas Santoro UICOMP/OSF 

Multi-Modal Skin Lesion Identification and Education Simulator
Scott Barrows, OSF/UICOMP
Thomas Golemon, UICOMP/OSF
Stephen Boppart, Electrical and Computer Engineering & Bioengineering 

Interactive Technology Support for Patient Medication Self-Management– Round 2 Funding
Dan Morrow, Educational Psychology
James F. Graumlich, UICOMP/OSF
Ann Willemsen-Dunlap, Jump Simulation-OSF 

AirwayVR Virtual Reality Based Trainer for Endotracheal Intubation
Pavithra Rajeswaran, Health Care Engineering Systems Center
Eric M. Bugaieski, UICOMP/OSF
Praveen Kumar, UICOMP/OSF 

Simulation Training for Mechanical Circulatory Support Using Extra-Corporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO) in Adult Patients– Round 2 Funding
Pramod Chembrammel, Health Care Engineering Systems Center
Matthew Bramlet, UICOMP/Jump Simulation-OSF 

Interactive Mixed Reality (IMR) based Medical Curriculum for Medical Education
Kesh Kesavadas
John Vozenilek, UICOMP/Jump Simulation-OSF 

Flexible, Low-cost, Single Port Minimally Invasive Robotic Surgical Platform– Round 2 Funding
Placid Ferreira, Mechanical Science and Engineering
Edmund Yang, UICOMP/OSF 

Heart Failure & Behavior Change: Patient/Provider Interactive Clinical Education App for Mobile Devices
Scott Barrows, OSF/UICOM
Wawrzyniec Dobrucki, Bioengineering
Barry Clemson, UICOMP/OSF