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National Center for Medical Rehabilitation Research
National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD), NIH
and
National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), NIH

December 9-10, 2003

Welcome and Overview: Ralph Nitkin, NICHD
(PDF - 88.02 KB)

What's Hot in Medical Rehabilitation Research

New Developments in Cognitive Rehabilitation Research
(PDF - 591.64 KB)
     John Whyte, Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute

Robots in Rehabilitation: the Sorcerer's Apprentice?
(PDF - 316.38 KB)
     Zev Rymer, Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago and Northwestern University

Picture This: Hot Measurement and Modeling Methods In Movement Disorders
(PDF - 987.53 KB)
     Steven Stanhope, Physical Disabilities Branch, National Institutes of Health

Lifestyle Counts: Quantifying the Impact of Interventions for People with Disabilities
(PDF - 289.08 KB)
     Alexa Stuifbergen, University of Texas at Austin

Exercising your Options: Promoting Neuroplasticity and Recovery in Stroke
(PDF - 580.94 KB)
     Rich Macko, University of Maryland

Training and Career Development in Rehabilitation Research

John Whyte, Moss Rehab Hospital, and Zev Rymer, Rehab Institute of Chicago
(PDF - 133 KB)

Overview of NIH, Peer Review and Support of Medical Rehabilitation

Ralph Nitkin, NICHD
        (PDF - 186.77 KB)

Human Subject Research and Clinical Trials

Scientific and Administrative issues - Mary Ellen Michel, NINDS
(PDF - 470.17 KB)
Particular Aspects of Trials in Medical Rehabilitation - Ralph Nitkin, NICHD
(PDF - 225.49 KB)
Case Study: The EXCITE trial for Stroke Rehabilitation - Steven Wolf, Emory Univ
(PDF - 229.64 KB)
Recruitment strategies - Richard James, Matthews Media Group
(PDF - 439.62 KB)
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