A big welcome to Boston University and the DEMR Lab to Xiwen Su and HyunJoon Kim. Both will enter the PhD program in Rehabilitation Sciences in the Fall of 2021! Looking forward to having them as members of our research team. Visit our People page to learn more about our new students.
Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is a safe and non-invasive tool to measure brain activity. We will use TMS to study how pathways in the brain are preserved or affected in children who experience brain injury. Click here to see a video with children describing what it is like to be part of a TMS study. The video was produced by one our collaborators, Dr. Kathleen Friel.
This project will track motor and sensory function in relation to brain development in infants at-risk of developing CP and typically developing infants.
Dr. Ferre will present results of a collaborative study performed in the lab of Dr. Kathleen Friel (Burke Neurological Institute). He will also co-lead a Lunch and Learn seminar on Progress in Brain Imaging for CP Research which will emphasize collaborative approaches and open and reproducible science.
We are so excited to announce the birth of the Development, Experience, and Motor Recovery Lab. Looking forward to having this room full of curious minds and moving bodies.
Future home of the DEMR Lab. Check back for updates.