Research volunteers are essential to the ongoing work of MRRI. Currently, the Institute maintains a registry—the MRRI Research Volunteer Registry—of more than 2,000 people who have experienced a stroke or traumatic brain injury who are interested in participating in our rehabilitation research. People who have not experienced brain injury or stroke are also part of the registry and may participate in research at MRRI.
The Institute recruits research volunteers from rehabilitation hospitals and clinics in Philadelphia and surrounding areas. All information about research volunteers in the registry is kept confidential following federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) guidelines.
Research volunteers with stroke or brain injury are cordially invited to be part of the registry.
There’s one other critically important way you can become a part of the work of Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute: make a donation. The Institute’s research helps maintain the excellence of MossRehab by drawing the best staff and introducing new medical and technological developments to the field. Your generous donations help make this work possible.