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image for article titled: Parker Indego now at Kessler Foundation in West Orange, NJ Parker Indego now at Kessler Foundation in West Orange, NJ
West Orange, N.J. – October 15, 2014 – Robotics researchers at Kessler Foundation are broadening their investigation of the application of exoskeletal devices for rehabilitation and community use. Kessler Foundation is one of five leading rehabilitation research centers within the United States to receive Indego— a powered lower l more...

image for article titled: Kessler Foundation Researcher awarded $457,921 grant from National MS Society Kessler Foundation Researcher awarded $457,921 grant from National MS Society
West Orange, NJ, October 8, 2014 Kessler Foundation’s  Lauren Strober, PhD, was awarded a grant from the National Multiple Sclerosis Society totaling $457,921 over three years. Dr Strober will conduct a multi-site study to investigate how updating normative data for the Symbol Digit Modalities Test (SDMT)- a standard clinical tool used f more...

image for article titled: Stroke researchers explore implications of ipsilateral spatial neglect after stroke Stroke researchers explore implications of ipsilateral spatial neglect after stroke
West Orange, NJ. October 3, 2014. Stroke researchers have confirmed that damage to the right frontal-subcortical network may cause ipsilateral spatial neglect. Among individuals with ipsilateral neglect, a much greater proportion had frontal subcortical damage than anticipated by the investigators – 83% vs the expected 27%. A difference was a more...

image for article titled: Guang Yue, PhD, of Kessler Foundation awarded NIH grant for cancer rehabilitation research Guang Yue, PhD, of Kessler Foundation awarded NIH grant for cancer rehabilitation research
West Orange, NJ. October 6, 2014.  Guang Yue, PhD, of Kessler Foundation has been awarded an NIH grant for$1,962,767 to study the impact of high-effort training on the muscle weakness that impairs quality life among many individuals with cancer.  Dr. Yue is the Foundation’s director of Human Performance & Engineering Research. T more...