• WELCOME TO THE MEMORY LABORATORY

    The MEmory and MOtor Rehabilitation LaboratorY Is interested in studying the mechanisms of neuroplasticity to develop novel and more effective interventions to improve physical and cognitive well-being in different populations

  • JOIN THE MEMORY LABORATORY

    If you are curious, hard working and you are interested in pursuing graduate studies get in touch with us to explore potential opportunities to become a member of the MEmory and MOtor Rehabilitation LaboratorY

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  • PATIENT TRAINING PROGRAMS

    If you have been diagnosed with stroke or Parkinson's disease and you are interested in joining a free, personalized and supervized 3 days a week exercise training program get in touch with us

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RESEARCH AREAS

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AGING
We study the mechanisms that underlie age-related memory loss. To this end, we use behavioral and non-invasive brain stimulation to understand why, as we age, we experience problems to remember different types of information.
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NEUROPLASTICITY
We investigate the mechanisms that support the brain changes that occur as a result of aging and the disease process as well as in response of other rehabilitative interventions involving exercise or non-invasive brain stimulation.
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EXERCISE
We explore how to design novel and more effective exercise interventions to improve mobility and cognition for non-disabled people but also for people with neurological conditions such as stroke and Parkinson’s disease.
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NEUROREHABILITATION
We combine different interventions (e.g. exercise) and techniques (e.g. non-invasive brain stimulation) to design treatments for people that need to recover after stroke or need too slow down their physical and cognitive deterioration.

CHECK OUT OUR PATIENT TRAINING PROGRAMS

Have you suffered a stroke or been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease and are interested in exercise? We are running an 8 to 12 weeks patient training programs. Training in our programs is free but we might ask you to participate in our research activities. These programs will improve your health and will allow us to learn more about how to improve exercise interventions for patients like you.

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