Improving Medication Self-Administration and Health after Brain Injury

The purpose of this research study is to assess medication self-administration and the impact of three different interventions on improving medication adherence (the ability to take correct doses at the right time of the day for each medication prescribed). The findings for this study may help

Reading Impairments Following Stroke

The goal of this research study is to better understand the brain mechanisms involved in reading. The findings from this study may help develop new methods for diagnosis and treatment of reading problems after stroke.

Therapies for Recovery of Hand Function after Stroke

The purpose of this study is to compare 3 therapies to see if they result in different amounts of recovery of hand movement and function after stroke. The first therapy focuses on using the weak hand to do everyday tasks, the second therapy uses a device to open the weak hand using electrical

Right Brain Stroke and the Neural Substrate of Delirium

The goal of this work is to investigate a potential neural mechanism explaining the high incidence of both delirium and spatial neglect after right-brain stroke and to perform ongoing comparison of the usefulness of specific performance tasks in characterizing these disorders.