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Areas of Focus

Investigating the underlying mechanisms of neuromuscular function, specifically neural networks involved in motor learning and control, and neuroplasticity after injury and in response to rehabilitation interventions. The Advanced Rehabilitation Neuroimaging Lab applies cutting-edge neuroimaging techniques to perform these investigations in persons with motor disabilities in order to better understand diseases/injury and rehabilitation-related recovery mechanisms for the ultimate goal of improving function and quality of life of these individuals.  

Technology

  • Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI)
  • Electroencephalography (EEG)
  • Electromyography (EMG), Pressure measurement
  • Functional Near Infrared Spectroscopy (fNIRS)
  • Virtual and Augmented Reality
  • Funding Support

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    • Journals

      Current Publications

      Our researchers publish in high impact journals all over the world. more 

    News

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      Kessler Foundation Researchers Receive Grant to Study Robotic Intervention Post Stroke 

      NIH awarded a $3,547,908 grant to study functional and neurophysiological effects of a progressive robot assisted gait intervention early post stroke  more 

    • NJ Commission on Brain Injury Research
      Kessler Foundation Researchers Awarded Four Grants by New Jersey Commission on Brain Injury Research

      Four two-year grants totaling $713,000 fund studies of functional and cognitive deficits in individuals with traumatic brain injury   more

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      Kessler Foundation Awarded Four Grants by NJ Commission on Spinal Cord Research

      The New Jersey Commission on Spinal Cord Injury Research has awarded four grants to scientists at Kessler Foundation  more

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      Dual-Tasking & MS

      Soha Saleh is talking about her innovative research in understanding how MS impacts dual-tasking on RealTalk MS. listen to the podcast

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