Effective sensory rehabilitation after stroke: Targeting viable brain networks. [ 2012 - 2015 ]

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Researchers: Prof Leeanne Carey (Principal investigator) ,  Prof Christopher Levi Prof Rudiger Seitz Dr Jacques-Donald Tournier

Brief description New therapies have been developed to help the brain recover after stroke. We will compare brain networks involved in recovery of touch sensation under two new training conditions and in individuals with interruption to different parts of the network. Brain imaging will identify the functional and anatomical connections between brain regions. Our findings will guide therapists in choosing the best therapy for the right individual, based on knowledge of brain networks that have capacity to adapt.

Funding Amount $AUD 767,525.70

Funding Scheme Project Grants

Notes Standard Project Grant

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