Research at MRRI spans the translational pipeline from basic research to studies in clinical neuroscience and neurorehabilitation. Through their innovative research, scientists at MRRI are advancing the field of neurorehabilitation and bringing novel treatment approaches closer to important applications in the clinic to improve outcomes for patients with stroke, brain injury, and other neurological conditions. In particular, MRRI researchers and MossRehab clinicians are at the forefront of applying technology to enhance rehabilitation.
MRRI Director Dylan Edwards, PhD, MRRI Associate Director Laurel Buxbaum, PsyD, and MRRI Institute Scientist Amanda Rabinowitz, PhD, were recently featured by the German rehabilitation device company THERA-Trainer in their THERAPY Specialist Magazine. This article discusses the researchers’ respective contributions to cutting-edge work on digital gaming, virtual reality, and home-based approaches for rehabilitation after stroke or brain injury.
You can read the full article here.