Under the direction of David Lin, MD, the Laboratory for Translational Neurorecovery is focused on understanding neural repair mechanisms and outcomes after stroke in order to guide the development and clinical application of neurotechnologies to optimize stroke recovery. We pursue hypothesis-driven and quantitative clinical research that combines both human neuroscience and neural engineering.
Current projects include the Stroke Motor Rehabilitation and Recovery Study (SMaHRT), which is integrated closely with the MGH Neurorecovery Clinic and follows patients from acute stages after stroke through follow-up care. By studying patients across the stroke care continuum with rehabilitation-focused outcomes and neuroimaging, we are enhancing our understanding of post-stroke recovery. We also collaborate with peer labs to conduct multidisciplinary research that leverages EEG technologies to enhance neurorehabilitation.
Thank you for considering a gift to the Lab for Translational Neurorecovery. Philanthropy is crucial to our work, providing resources that allow us to continue our current and launch new and innovative studies. Your support will accelerate scientific research and shape the strategies we use to enhance recovery for stroke patients. If you have questions or would like more information on making a gift or helping us fundraise, please contact Elizabeth Barberio at firstname.lastname@example.org.