The following is a list of studies by CPSR researchers who are recruiting volunteers for their stroke studies.
Cognitive Changes and Rehabilitation in People With Transient Ischemic Attack, Stroke, or Stroke Risk Factors
Study Objective: Through this study, we hope to 1) improve assessment of iWMD injury effects through behavioral assessment and multimodal brain imaging and 2) apply rehabilitation specifically for complex information processing deficits in small vessel white matter stroke.
Click for more information: LevineB – Cognitive Changes and Rehab
Finger Robot Study
Study Objective: To learn how to improve our assistive device to make it useful and easy to use during therapy and daily life.
Click for more information: MihailidisA YurkewichA – Finger Robot Study
The relationship of rhythm abilities and gait after stroke
Study Objective: To describe the relationship between rhythm abilities and the ability to walk with a regular pattern, and also to self‐evaluate the walking pattern after stroke. The other aim of this study is to describe brain activity when performing rhythm tests.
Click for more information: PattersonK – Rhythm and gait
Adaptive clothing for persons living with hemiparesis
Study Objective: To use a Participatory Design research methodology to engage working age women with chronic hemiparesis to create and evaluate clothing designs for outerwear, innerwear and brassieres.
Click for more information: ShahaniM – Clothing Adaptation
Click to read the recruitment poster: ShahaniM – Clothing Ad
Therapeutic Instrumental Music Performance with Sensory-Enhanced Motor Imagery in Chronic Post-Stroke Rehabilitation
Study Objective: To investigate the effects of therapeutic instrumental music performance (TIMP) and sensory-enhanced motor imagery (SEMI) on upper limb movement, affect and cognition following a stroke.
Click for more information: ThautM HaireC – TIMP SEMI
Brain Stimulation and Tailored Interventions to Promote Recovery in Stroke Survivors
Study Objective: To determine whether tailored strength training interventions in stroke survivors, based on MEPs amplitude, can lead to greater gains in arm function and to determine whether combining anodal tDCS with tailored strength training can promote recovery in stroke survivors when compared to sham tDCS.
Click for more information: TremblayF – Brain Stim Stroke Recovery
Computer Games for Speech Rehabilitation in Patients with Stroke
Study Objective: To investigate the effect of a novel game-based treatment approach on speech recovery post stroke.
Click for more information: YunusovaY – Speech Rehab
Want to get your study posted above – here’s how:
Click the link below and fill out the template to describe your actively-recruiting stroke rehab/recovery-related clinical research study (each study should be listed on a separate template).
CPSR Study Info – Recruitment Template (click link to open template). Complete and send the template (one per study) along with a brief note of who you are and your connection with CPSR to Farrell Leibovitch, CPSR Director of Research & Training Programs (email@example.com).