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The aim of this project is to develop a registry of research volunteers for recruitment purposes at the Center for Rehabilitation Outcomes Research.
Age Range 18 or older
This study is looking for participants who have had one stroke and were right handed before the stroke.
Daily Intermittent Hypoxia and Task-Specific Upper Limb Training in Persons with Chronic Incomplete SCI
This study aims to improve upper extremity function in individuals with chronic incomplete cervical spinal cord injury.
Age Range 18-70
Seeking persons with communication difficulties due to stroke/aphasia, Parkinson’s Disease, cerebral palsy or traumatic brain injury to join a focus group.
Age Range 21 - 99
Expanding our IDEAS for Mental Wellbeing in Parkinson’s disease: Interactive Demonstrations, Education, Activities, and Support
This program study aims to increase knowledge and awareness of mental health issues in Parkinson's Disease by providing education and resources to develop personal strategies for a greater quality of life.
Age Range 18-99
We are studying whether briefly reducing oxygen consumption, equivalent to being on top of a mountain, is safe and stimulates neuroplasticity in people who have had a concussion or a mild to moderate traumatic brain injury (TBI).
Age Range 18-65
Our lab is seeking healthy individuals to participate in a study in which we are measuring nerve and muscle electrical activity during walking and balance tasks. We want to better understand how the motor control of patients post-stroke changes during rehabilitation.
Age Range 51-80
Clinical trial for computer-based script training for patients with aphasia.
Age Range At least 21 years old
Evaluation of the effectiveness of robotic gait training and gait-focused physical therapy programs for children with cerebral palsy: A mixed methods RCT
This study is seeking children with Cerebral Palsy to participate in Lokomat therapy with parents engagement and education.
Age Range 5-18
HANDS: A Multi-Center Clinical Trial to Evaluate the Effectiveness of Intermittent Hypoxia Therapy in Individuals with Spinal Cord Injury
A study to investigate the effectiveness of daily acute intermittent hypoxia therapy (dAIH), coupled with a massed practice intervention or the use of high repetition training with the Rapael Glove, to improve upper-extremity function in individuals with chronic incomplete cervical SCI.
Age Range 18-70
Effect of a Novel Intervention Using Daily Intermittent Hypoxia and High Intensity Training on Upper Limb Function in Individuals with Spinal Cord Injury
This study proposes the examine the effects of breathing mild bouts of lower oxygen in combination with upper extremity training, over the course of a month, to evaluate changes in upper extremity function, dexterity, and ability to complete activities of daily living.