The Friel Lab has quickly adjusted our daily work focus and our long-term vision for clinical trials. They are grateful for the opportunity to focus on data analysis and writing papers from a recently completed clinical trial.
The Aphasia Journal Club meets online every Friday. It's a great opportunity to discuss not only language and aphasia—a language deficit that often follows stroke—but also clinical research in general.
Paola and Edmund share how the Hollis Lab is adapting to working at home and back in the lab to carry on their research mission during the pandemic. Paula expresses, “I am proud of this lab because it motivates its employees to do better, every day.”
NEI-funded research is aimed at objectively evaluating what people living with low vision due to cerebral (cortical) visual impairment (CVI) can and cannot see, especially in situations where a significant intellectual disability interferes with the ability to communicate or read an eye chart.