Co-Directors: Edward Wlotko, PhD and Sharon M. Antonucci, PhD CCC-SLP
The MRRI Research Registry consists of over 2,000 individuals who are interested in participating in neurorehabilitation research conducted at MRRI. Neurorehabilitation research tries to understand problems resulting from stroke or traumatic brain injury (TBI).
The Registry allows researchers at MRRI to find participants to volunteer for their studies. (Click here for a description of ongoing research programs at MRRI.) Participants may be people who have had a stroke or TBI, but may also be people who have not had a stroke or TBI. Research participants in the Registry are approached by the labs at MRRI based on the particular scientific goals of each study.
Inpatients and outpatients at MossRehab, their family and friends, members of the community, and other interested individuals may be eligible to participate in the MRRI Research Registry. We may reach out to you, or you can reach out to us, about being a part of the Registry.
Information of research participants in the Registry is kept confidential following federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) guidelines. Research projects that use the Registry are conducted with Institutional Review Board oversight to maintain the highest standard of research ethics.
The MRRI Research Registry is available as a source of local participants for researchers who are approved to engage in collaborative research with MRRI Institute Scientists.
If you are interested in being a part of the MRRI Research Registry, please contact a Registry team member to learn more about signing up.
Research Registry Office
Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute
215-663-7147 or MRRIregistry@einstein.edu
If you are a clinician or researcher from MossRehab interested in using participants from our research registry, the video below provides instructions on how to proceed. You can also find details in this document on initiating research at MRRI. Use this Research Resources Utilization form to get started.
A message from our prior Director, Dr. Erica Middleton.