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Regenerative Neurorehabilitation Laboratory
This lab uses a combination of molecular, biochemical, and electrophysiological assays to study axon regeneration and motor neuron disease with a priority on human preclinical models such as iPSC-neurons.
RRTC: Employment and Disability
This lab is for the Rehabilitation Research and Training Center (RRTC) on Employment for People with Physical Disabilities.
Knowledge Translation: Exercise and Activity for Symptom Management (KTEAM)
We research implementation science methodology to study best ways to translate findings of exercise research studies into the real-world clinical & community.
Neuromodulation & Motor Control Lab
Over the last several years, we have been developing protocols to enhance the activity of residual sensorimotor pathways in individuals who suffered from spinal cord injury (SCI). We are happy to communicate that we are starting Phase IV of our protocol and we are actively enrolling participants. Led by P.I. Monica Perez
Our lab interests lie in early detection, intervention, and prevention, including non-pharmacological strategies such as physical and cognitive exercise, for both non-motor and motor symptoms and across all disease stages of Parkinson's Disease.
Center for Smart Use of Technologies to Assess Real-World Outcomes
C-STAR or Center for Smart Use of Technologies to Assess Real-World Outcomes brings together the expertise, instruction, and mentoring to support the greater rehabilitation community with the meaningful use of technology to advance clinical outcomes.
Regenstein Foundation Center for Bionic Medicine
Our vision is to develop, evaluate, and translate transformative technology to advance human ability
Translational Musculoskeletal Research (TMR) Laboratory
Our research is mainly 4 main categories: knee osteoarthritis, adaptive sports, physical activity related studies and outcomes of musculoskeletal treatments.
Rehabilitation Neurology Motor Priming Lab
Our lab investigates and promotes various methods of neural priming for neurorehabilitation in individuals with severe upper limb hemiparesis.
The ARMS Lab
We use biomechanics as a framework for investigating how we move and control our arms and hands following injuries and impairments.
Neurorehabilitation and Neural Engineering Laboratory
At the Neurorehabilitation and Neural Engineering Laboratory, the goal of our research is to develop improved intervention strategies for gait rehabilitation. Led by P.I. Dr. Jose Pons PhD.
Slutzky Neuroprosthetics Laboratory
Our laboratory uses neural prosthetics to improve both our understanding of brain function as well as restoring movement and communication.