Our Research

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Stroke Research

Stroke research is the principle topic of study in the Dukelow Neuro Robot Lab. We have several studies using the Kinarm robotic exoskeleton, non-invasive brain stimulation, pharmaceutical interventions, and exercise therapy that examine rehabilitation and sensory deficits after stroke in adult and pediatric populations. 

 

Dukelow Lab, Robot Lab

Concussion Research

The Dukelow Neuro Robot Lab collaborates with several researchers who are interested in using robotic technology to investigate the effects of sports-related concussion on the brain. 

Dukelow Lab, Robot Lab

Traumatic Brain Injury Research

The Dukelow Neuro Robot Lab is interested in determining how an individual's movement, sensation, and cognition have been affect by their traumatic brain injury (TBI), and how to use this information to help determine the most effective course of rehabilitation. 

Dukelow Lab, Robot Lab

Spinal Cord Injury Research

We have ongoing work with our collaborators Dr. Aaron Phillips and Dr. Patrick Whelan in this area. 

Spinal Cord Injury

Publications

Dr. Dukelow and the lab trainees publish several articles per year in a number of academic journals. 

In the Media

Dr. Dukelow and the lab have received media coverage from various outlets over the years for the research that they are conducting.