Characterising motor network connectivity to improve application of non-invasive brain stimulation in stroke [ 2017 - 2020 ]

Research Grant

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Brief description Stroke is a major health issue and leading cause of disability. Improvements to rehabilitation would be beneficial for both patients and hospital services. Brain stimulation has shown capacity to improve function after stroke. At the moment the effects are highly variable an unable to assist rehabilitation. Strength and pattern of remaining brain connections may explain variable responses to brain stimulation. Tailoring stimulation based on brain function will improve rehabilitation outcomes.

Funding Amount $AUD 326,131.75

Funding Scheme Early Career Fellowships

Notes Peter Doherty Biomedical ECF

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