Patient Population Research
Deficits in hand control are a major problem after stroke that can impact eating, writing, dressing, and many other functions. We are exploring whether non-invasive brain stimulation is a safe and promising treatment for deficits in hand control after stroke. We hope to accelerate the development and application of innovative therapies to reduce hand motor impairments in individuals after stroke.
Neurological disorders, such as Parkinson’s disease, exact a tremendous toll on individuals, families, and society. We are exploring whether non-invasive brain stimulation is a safe and promising treatment for deficits in cognition and movement. We hope to accelerate the development and application of innovative therapies to reduce cognitive-motor deficits, such as gait and balance impairments in individuals with Parkinson's.
Cognitive and memory impairments occur in many neurologic disorders, such as neurodegenerative disease and brain injury, and have devastating consequences for life quality. We are exploring non-pharmacologic treatments, such as exercise and non-invasive brain stimulation, for the treatment of cognitive and memory impairments.