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Report from the Stroke Awareness Event at Experimental Psychology

On Wednesday 25th November, the Cognitive Neuropsychology Centre teamed up with the Stroke Association to arrange a Stroke Awareness Event for the public.

PI of the Physiological Neuroimaging group, Dr Charlie Stagg, was invited to give a short talk on uses of non-invasive brain stimulation in stroke rehabilitation.  The group also hosted a stand at the event, chatting to the attendees about their work using transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) as a potential adjunct therapy for rehabilitation.  Pierre Petitet, DPhil student in the Action, Cognition and Neurorehabilitation Group, demonstrated the use of his prism goggles for recovery of hemispatial neglect.

A report from the event on the Stroke Association website can be found here.

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