veterans research help improve their quality of life and create employment opportunities. highlight how funding and studies in
GI Go Fund
Kessler Foundation funds organizations that help veterans find employment. One organization in particular is . Our sponsorship ass
This week spotlights women’s health, Gulf War illness and spinal cord injury. To help raise awareness on these topics Kessler Foundation is sharing rehabilitation research information, news, and podcasts from its team of scientists in the field.
September 28, 2015. Scientists at Kessler Foundation authored a review article that describes a specific hypothesis for fatigue in multiple sclerosis (MS). “The dopamine imbalance hypothesis of fatigue in multiple sclerosis and other neurological disorders,” was published in the open access journal,
Research presentations by Drs. Chiaravalloti, DeLuca, Genova, Goverover, Wylie, and Yao
Kessler Foundation recently hosted members and staff of the New Jersey Metro Chapter of the National MS Society for an update on the Foundation’s research studies funded by the Society. Pictured from left to
Wylie's allegory selected for publication in Neurology and the Humanities feature
Glenn Wylie, DPhil, assistant director of Neuroscience Research at Kessler Foundation, is the author of this month’s Reflections: Neurology and the Humanities in Neurology, the official journal of the American Academy
Kessler Foundation Awarded more than $1.2 Million in Grants by the NJ Commission on Spinal Cord Injury Research
WEST ORANGE, N.J.—The New Jersey Commission on Spinal Cord Injury Research awarded three grants to scientists at Kessler Foundation. The grants, which exceed $1.2 million, fund studies of assisted walking with Ekso, the impact of aging in the population with spinal cord injury (SCI) and the effects
Head movement during fMRI may bias sampling toward subjects with lower cognitive ability
West Orange, NJ. February 19, 2014. Kessler Foundation researchers have shown that discarding data from subjects with multiple sclerosis (MS) who exhibit head movement during functional magnetic resonance
Neuroimaging findings indicate presence of ‘fatigue-network’ in persons with MS and cognitive fatigue
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West Orange, NJ. November 1, 2013. A new study by Kessler Foundation scientists sheds light on the mechanisms underlying cognitive fatigue in individuals with