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Research investigations for motor recovery following a neurological injury such as a stroke, spinal cord injury, or traumatic brain injury include discovering biological determinants, pioneering novel treatments, and advancing non-invasive brain stimulation and robotic-assisted rehabilitation.

Clinical Research Programs

Restorative Neurology Clinic
Offering breakthrough state-of-the-art robotic neurorehabilitation therapies to restore motor function for adults recovering from a neurological condition.
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Improving neurorehabilitation treatments for children through advances in neuroscience.

Research Labs

Research Centers

Center Pain & Sensory Recovery
Pursuing new concepts to better understand how chronic pain establishes itself after trauma or disease, and to develop novel therapeutic approaches to improve the lives of pain patients.
Patient during TDCS Apraxia Study
Finding methods for the rehabilitation and recovery of speech and language disorders.
Patient using OptokineSys

The Burke Center for Vision Repair constitutes a collection of world-class vision research laboratories, a vision assessment core, a collaborative/contract research facility, a device development division, and a community outreach program.