Neurorehabilitation

Neurorehabilitation is essential for patients with neurological conditions such as stroke and Parkinson’s disease

Effective neurorehabilitation interventions which are patient-oriented can improve recovery after stroke and reduce neurodegeneration in people diagnosed with Parkinson’s or Alzheimer’s disease.

In the memory lab we explore novel ways to administer neurorehabilitation intervention. Our research projects include the use of high intensity cardiovascular exercise but also non-invasive brain stimulation techniques to improve or maintain cognitive well being as well as mobility.

OUR RESEARCH ON NEUROREHABILITATION

High-intensity interval training for stroke patients

High-intensity interval training for stroke patients

This project explores the role of exercise intensity on brain plasticity, cardiovascular health and motor…

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Genotype and the response to exercise in sub-acute stroke

Genotype and the response to exercise in sub-acute stroke

This project studies whether the genotype modulates the individual response to exercise on brain plasticity…

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Exercise, brain plasticity and dopamine in Parkinson’s disease

Exercise, brain plasticity and dopamine in Parkinson’s disease

This project investigates whether, timely combined, the administration of dopaminergic drug and exercise can improve…

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THE MEMORY LAB is seeking active individuals of all ages

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Contact us to contribute to research and participate in our projects on the effects of exercise on memory

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