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

De Luca Foundation is pleased to Announce the Winners:

$30K in COVID Financial Aid awarded to
Graduate and Post-Doctoral Students Worldwide

How is the De Luca Foundation Supporting the Biomechanics Community During this Challenging Time?

Deadline for submission is extended to 2021.
Participants are welcome to continue submitting entry forms.

Founded in 1985, The De Luca Foundation (DLF) is a private charitable organization. DLF dedicates its financial resources to serving the Biomechanics Research Community through R&D grants, travel grants, public education, and workshops to:

  • Raise awareness of innovative methodologies for understanding human motor control,
  • Fostering innovative work,
  • Educating students and young researchers, and 
  • Funding research ideas to study and cure neuromuscular diseases. 
Click here to learn more about these programs.

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DLF mourns the loss of Prof. Carlo J. De Luca who passed away on July 20, 2016.

Prof. De Luca was far-sighted and a consummate thinker who pushed the boundaries of motor control and science, championing research that led to some of the greatest innovations of our time - a system that reveals the neural control of force and movement by assessing the firing behavior of motor units during muscle contractions.

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What We Do

The Foundation supports researchers around the world through various mechanisms with the goal of fostering a path of innovation and breakthroughs in Electromyography and Human Movement Sciences.

News & Events

The De Luca Foundation, Delsys, Inc. and Altec, Inc. join the families in Canada and Italy in expressing sincere gratitude to Ms. Giuseppina De Luca... Read More
On the eve of the anniversary of Prof. Carlo De Luca’s passing, Delsys and the De Luca Foundation are proud to recognize the academic and... Read More
The De Luca Foundation is pleased to announce Dr. Lisa MacFadden (Sanford Health, USA) and Dr. Nicholas Coker (Springfield College, USA) as the... Read More

There are many ways in which you can take action and help us advance research and innovation in Motor Control and Human Movement Sciences.

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