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Individuals who do not have one of the conditions we study can still help by volunteering as control subjects. Control participants allow us to evaluate the effects of an intervention in the general population.
Using fMRI to Study Cognitive Fatigue in MS (with Zeposia®)
Study investigates the effect of disease-modifying medications, specifically Zeposia®, on cognitive fatigue in multiple sclerosis. Cognitive fatigue is the kind of fatigue that occurs after intense mental concentration, such as after a session of problem-solving.
Using fMRI to Study Cognitive Fatigue in MS (with Ocrevus®)
Study investigates the effect of disease-modifying medications, specifically Ocrevus® on cognitive fatigue in multiple sclerosis (MS). Cognitive fatigue is the kind of fatigue that occurs after intense mental concentration, such as after a session of problem-solving.
Examining Easy-to-Use Meditation Practices to Help Mood Disturbances
Evaluates the efficacy and mechanism of an easy-to-use meditation for adults who are bothered by mood disturbances.
Rehab of Stroke Reading Deficits Using fMRI Neurofeedback
The purpose of this study is to investigate how reading can be improved after a left-brain stroke. The findings of this study may help to develop new methods for diagnosis and treatment of reading problems after stroke.
A Strength-Based Intervention to Improve Job Interview Skills in Young Adults with Autism (KF-STRIDE®)
Researchers are evaluating how effective a strength-based intervention is in improving job interview skills in young adults with autism who may have difficulty with job interviews or want to improve these skills.
Identification of New Biomarkers for Determining Risk of Lower Extremity Fracture during Exoskeleton-assisted Ambulation
The purpose of this study is to determine the forces on the hips, knees, and ankle joints while participating in exoskeleton-assisted sit-to-stand training protocol as well as exoskeleton-assisted walking (EAW) in the ReWalk, Indego, and Ekso devices.
Feedback and Learning in Individuals with and without Clinical Depression and TBI
The purpose of this research study is to examine the influence of 'feedback timing' (feedback about your performance is either presented immediately or after a delay) on learning and brain function in individuals with moderate to severe TBI with or without depression.
Biomarker for Cognitive Fatigue in MS Using fMRI
Investigates the effectiveness of Tysabri (Natalizumab) on cognitive fatigue in people with relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS). Cognitive fatigue is the kind of fatigue that occurs after intense mental concentration, such as after a session of problem-solving.
Strength Identification and Expression in Young Adults
The purpose of this research study is to evaluate how young adults with and without autism identify and express their personal identities.
Ultrasound-guided Procedures in the Treatment of Meniscal Tears
The purpose of this research study is to determine the safety and effectiveness of two different treatments, micro-fragmented adipose tissue (MFAT) and saline injection, for the treatment of meniscal tears. Participants are randomly assigned to one of these two treatment groups.
Understanding and Creating New Memories
The purpose of this research study is to investigate how new information is strengthened in the memory of people with TBI or MS. Researchers want to understand what happens in the brain after a person learns new information.
Improving Postural Responses to Avoid Falls after TBI
The purpose of this study is to assess a balance training program to see if it can be helpful in avoiding falls in people with TBI.
Establecer el desempeño cognitivo de adultos neurológicamente sanos que hablan español (Establishing Cognitive Performance of Neurologically Healthy Spanish Speaking Adults)
El propósito de este estudio es establecer el desempeño cognitivo de adultos neurológicamente sanos que hablan español. Participantes completarán cuestionarios y pruebas de papel y lápiz. Este estudio está abierto a participación.
Upper Extremity/Treadmill/Exoskeleton Training and Spinal Cord Stimulation in SCI
The purpose of this research is to examine the effectiveness of back or spine stimulation while walking on a treadmill or walking over ground using an exoskeleton or on muscle activation while sitting on a chair.
Improving SCI Rehab Interventions by Retraining the Brain in SCI Participants
The purpose of this study is to investigate whether combining training of the affected upper limbs in patients with SCI with a noninvasive technique of brain stimulation called transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) can improve training outcomes.
Processing Speed and Eye Movements
The purpose of this study is to examine the relationship between eye movements and the speed someone is able to process information.
Cortical Control of Walking: Brain Plasticity Following Exoskeleton Training in Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury (iSCI)
|In this pilot study, we want to study the neural mechanism of walking in able-bodied subjects and iSCI subjects who have some control of muscles below the level of injury (American Spinal Injury Association Impairment Scale (AIS) D).|