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UBC Study
Does cortical stimulation facilitate motor learning after stroke?
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We are inviting people with Stroke to participate in a research study
to examine how the brain learns new movements. This research will
be conducted at the University of British Columbia. If you are eligi-
ble and decide to participate, you will complete 9 sessions that in-
volve practicing new movements using your stroke affected arm after
you receive stimulation to your brain. Each visit will last about 1-2
hours. You may also have two MRI scans, one on day 1 and one on

This research is being conducted by Dr. Lara Boyd PT, PhD, CRC, Director of the Brain Behavior Labora-
tory. If you are interested or have questions related to the research at the Brain Behavior Laboratory please
contact her lab personnel.          Contact Phone #: (604) 827-3369


Source: http://turtletalk.ucoz.com/PDF/HSF_Consent_Stroke2010_03.zip
Category: Branches | Added by: TurtleTalk (2010-Mar-30) | Author: UBC Study
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