In a summer camp-like setting from June 25-29, the Friel Lab hosted kids with cerebral palsy (CP) for the NIH-funded clinical trial “Bimanual Training & Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) on Hand Function in Children with Hemiplegia.”
In this fifteen-minute video vignette, “Part 2: What Happens Now? Motor Recovery” you will gain an understanding of the network of the brain and motor function in the body, neuroplasticity, physical therapy, and current technology to help improve motor abilities.
February 11th is the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, a day that celebrates the contributions of women and girls in research globally. BNI promotes the next generation of neuroscientists through our educational programs for high school and college students.