UTRGV Mechanical Engineering Students Accept Challenge

In the photo, from left, are Rodolfo Becerra, Arnoldo Ventura, Dr. Karen Lozano, Misael Martinez, Carlos Hernandez. (Photo courtesy of Chris Ardis)

EDITOR’S NOTE: This four-part story about a device to help people with Parkinson’s disease created by UTRGV Professor Karen Lozano and her team of student researchers is being reprinted with permission from a column that began May 31 by writer/columnist Chris Ardis in the weekly Edinburg Review and Valley Town Crier. The Parkinson’s disease sufferer is
Ardis’ mother. Part four was published June 21 and linked below.

In the photo, from left, are Rodolfo Becerra, Arnoldo Ventura, Dr. Karen Lozano, Misael Martinez, Carlos Hernandez.
(Photo courtesy of Chris Ardis)

Part 4:
http://www.edinburgreview.com/news/20170621/utrgv-mechanical-engineering-students-accept-challenge

Part 3:
http://www.yourvalleyvoice.com/news/20170613/utrgv-mechanical-engineering-students-accept-challenge

Part 2:
http://www.yourvalleyvoice.com/news/20170607/utrgv-mechanical-engineering-students-accept-challenge

Part 1:
http://www.edinburgreview.com/news/20170531/utrgv-mechanical-engineering-students-accept-challenge