Registry for Neuralplasticity Research Projects - Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago

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Registry for Neuralplasticity Research Projects


The Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago is conducting studies on brain stimulation techniques that could help stroke survivors walk faster and further and improve arm function. Brain stimulation is safe and painless and holds great promise as a rehabilitation therapy. This study is a non-public registry of individuals who have had a stroke and are interested in being contacted as studies using these techniques become available. 

IRB Protocol Number
Principal Investigator(s)
Lynn Rogers

Clinical Trial Categories

  • Stroke Research
  • General Rehabilitation


  • Provided
Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago
Heidi Roth, DHS, NCS at 312-238-1231
Who Can Participate
  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Have had a stroke


Compensation per session  $25