Plasticity Series Talks

The Center for Brain Plasticity and Recovery (CBPR) lecture series offers regular talks by members and guests of the Center. The series includes lectures on neuroplasticity and neurorehabilitation. For more information, or if you would like to be added to our mailing list, please contact Dr. Elissa Newport at eln10@georgetown.edu.

CBPR Lecture Series, Fall 2021-Spring 2022
Wednesdays @ 1:30PM via Zoom

Date Speaker Topic Location
4/13/22 Chad Aldridge, University of Virginia Motor Recovery Genome-Wide Association Study: A Domain Specific Approach Zoom
4/6/22 Sean Savitz, UT Health, Houston Cell-Based Therapies for Stroke Recovery GUMC Building D, Warwick Evans Room and Zoom
3/23/22 Heidi Schambra, NYU Langone Health Counting Reps: Toward measuring training intensity in stroke rehabilitation Zoom
3/2/22 Rich Ivry, University of California, Berkeley Hemispheric asymmetries in perception and action Zoom
1/19/22 George Wittenberg, University of Pittsburgh TMS for the Study of Reaching and Connectivity in Healthy, Damaged, and Rehabilitated Brains Zoom
12/15/21 Vivek Prabhakaran, University of Wisconsin Neuroimaging Evidence for Brain Plasticity in Normal Aging and Patient Populations Zoom
10/6/21 Dorothy Farrar Edwards, Vilas Distinguished Achievement Professor, Professor of Kinesiology and Medicine, University of Wisconsin Critical Period after Stroke Study (CPASS): A Phase II Clinical Trial Testing an Optimal Time for Motor Recovery after Stroke Zoom
9/29/21 Daniel Dilks, Emory University Cortical reorganization in the adult human visual system Zoom
4/28/21 Faraneh Vargha-Khadem, University College London Growing up without episodic memory after early hippocampal damage: Implications for cortical plasticity in developmental amnesia Zoom
4/14/21 Janet Werker, University of British Columbia Understanding speech perception development: Critical periods and multisensory influences Zoom
3/10/21 Vibhu Sahni, K12 Scholar Development and regeneration of corticospinal circuitry – an anatomical, molecular, and behavioral “road map” Zoom
2/24/21 Chris Baker, NIH Neuroplasticity of body and tool representations in the brain Zoom
1/27/21 Ania Busza, K12 Scholar Upper Extremity Motor Recovery after Stroke: Quantifying exercise dose and developing personalized therapies Zoom
1/13/21 Steve Lomber, McGill University Acoustic Experience Alters How You “See” the World Zoom
11/18/20 Robynne Braun, K12 Scholar Gene Expression Profiling to Align Human and Animal Recovery Timelines After Stroke Zoom
10/28/20 Rajiv Ratan, Burke Neurological Institute Novel strategies to cure chronic disability from stroke: A partnership of academia, state and industry Zoom
3/4/20 Nick Turk-Browne, Professor, Department of Psychology, Yale University Cognitive neuroscience of learning and memory in infants MNRN Telecommunications Room
2/26/20 Yuqi Liu, Post-doctoral research fellow, Department of Neuroscience, Georgetown University Medical Center Somatosensory and motor plasticity after stroke MNRN Telecommunications Room
2/5/20 Nicholas Schweighofer, Associate Professor, University of Southern California, Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy Virtuous and vicious cycle between arm use and function post-stroke: computational insights MNRN Telecommunications Room
1/29/20 Alex T. Brunfeldt, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Fellow, Catholic University Bimanual Interference in Parametric and Structural Learning MNRN Telecommunications Room
1/15/20 Marc R. Blackman, M.D., Chief, Laboratory of Geriatric Endocrinology and Metabolism; Washington DC Veterans Affairs Medical Center; Professor of Medicine & Rehabilitation Medicine, Georgetown University School of Medicine Pituitary Consequences of Traumatic Brain Injury MNRN Telecommunications Room
12/4/19 David Reinkensmeyer, Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Anatomy and Neurobiology, Biomedical Engineering, and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, University of California at Irvine Robotics technologies for movement rehabilitation after neurologic injury MNRN Telecommunications Room
11/20/19 Dorothy Farrar Edwards, Vilas Distinguished Achievement Professor, Professor of Kinesiology and Medicine, University of Wisconsin Development of a Screening Measure of Functional Cognition MNRN Telecommunications Room
11/13/19 Rajani Sebastian, Assistant Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Cerebellar tDCS to augment speeech and language deficitys in neurological disorders MNRN Telecommunications Room
10/30/19 Kathleen Maguire-Zeiss, Professor and Chair, Department of Neuroscience, Director, Interdisciplinary Program in Neuroscience & MS in Integrative Neuroscience, Georgetown University Medical Center Neuroinflammation and synaptic plasticity in neurodegenerative disorders MNRN Telecommunications Room
10/23/19 Ted Supalla, Professor of Neurology, Rehabilitation Medicine, and Linguistics; Center for Brain Plasticity and Recovery, Georgetown University Historical roots and dialects in American Sign Language: Challenges for plasticity and rehabilitation services MNRN Telecommunications Room
10/9/19 Ella Striem-Amit, Assistant Professor, Department of Neuroscience, Georgetown University Plasticity in congenital sensory and motor deprivation MNRN Telecommunications Room
10/2/19 Rahsaan Holley, Research Occupational Therapist, Research Administrative Coordinator, MedStar National Rehabilitation Hospital Discussion of the Advanced Neurologic Restorative Clinic (ANRC) at MNRH MNRN Telecommunications Room
9/25/19 Bernard Bernhardt, Killam Scholar and Assistant Professor of Neurology and Neurosurgery, Montreal Neurological Institute Towards multi-scale connectomics of healthy and epileptic brains  MNRN Telecommunications Room
9/18/19 Dorothy Farrar Edwards, Visiting Bergeron Scholar, Georgetown University Medical Center; Professor, Departments of Kinesiology and Medicine, University of Wisconsin Madison Early Executive Dysfunction Predicts Poor Outcome One Year after Mild Ischemic Stroke MNRN Telecommunications Room
5/22/19 Richard N. Aslin, Distinguished Senior Scientist, Haskins Laboratories, Department of Psychology, Yale University Learning and attention in infants: The importance of prediction in development MNRN Telecommunications Room
5/15/19 Elissa Newport, Peter Turkeltaub, Andrew deMarco, and others, Center for Brain Plasticity and Recovery, MedStar National Rehabilitation Network and Georgetown University Medical Center Discussion of the Human Connectome neuroimaging tenets and other recommendations for fMRI data collection and analyses MNRN Telecommunications Room
5/8/19 Barbara Bregman and Alexander Dromerick, Research Division, MedStar NRN, and Georgetown University Medical Center Discussion of NIH R24 Planning MNRN Telecommunications Room
4/24/19 Laura-Ann Petitto, Gallaudet University What makes human language special? Is language special? MNRN Telecommunications Room
4/17/19 Bradley E. Schlaggar, Kennedy Krieger Institute Leveraging neuroimaging data for prediction in children with Tourette syndrome  MNRN Telecommunications Room
4/10/19 Katherine Conant, Georgetown University Medical Center Matrix metalloproteinases – molecular scissors of the brain – enhance hippocampal neuroplasticity and mediate antidepressant efficacy MNRN Telecommunications Room
4/4/19 Lara Thompson, University of the District of Columbia Biomedical Engineering Initiatives focused on Improving Balance & Postural Control MNRN Telecommunications Room
3/27/19 Leigh Sepeta, Children’s National Medical Center Memory fMRI in Epilepsy MNRN Telecommunications Room
3/20/19 Tamara Bushnik, New York University Langone Health TBI in the Urban Setting MNRN Telecommunications Room
3/13/19 Swathi Kiran, Boston University Understanding, facilitating and predicting aphasia recovery and after rehabilitation MNRN Telecommunications Room
2/27/19 Nina Dronkers, University of California, Berkeley, University of California, Davis What do language disorders reveal about the brain? From classic models to network approaches MNRN Telecommunications Room
2/20/19 Elissa Newport, Peter Turkeltaub, Andrew deMarco, Anna Greenwald, and others, MedStar National Rehabilitation Hospital and Georgetown University Medical Center Discussion of the Human Connectome neuroimaging tenets and other recommendations for fMRI data collection and analyses MNRN Telecommunications Room
2/13/19 Shashwati Geed, MedStar National Rehabilitation Network and Georgetown University Medical Center Improving UE Rehabilitation Trial Design: Rasch Rescaling the Upper Extremity Fugl-Meyer (UEFM) MNRN Telecommunications Room
2/6/19 John Lockhart Head, Penumbra Inc The REAL Immersive System: A virtual reality tool for stroke rehabilitation and its basis in the Neurorehab literature MNRN Telecommunications Room
1/30/19 Peter Turkeltaub, Georgetown University Medical Center Brain-based understanding of individual language differences after stroke MNRN Telecommunications Room
1/23/19 Anna Greenwald, Georgetown University Medical Center What you say vs. How you say it – Pitching sentence comprehension against emotional prosody comprehension MNRN Telecommunications Room
1/16/19 Darcy Reisman, University of Delaware Promoting mobility recovery following stroke MNRN Telecommunications Room
12/5/18 Argye Hillis, Johns Hopkins University Functions of the “non-eloquent” hemisphere MNRN Telecommunications Room
11/28/18 Matt Edwardson, Georgetown University Medical Center Plasma metabolite and microRNA biomarkers of stroke recovery:  Early results from the CPASS trial MNRN Telecommunications Room
11/14/18 Peter Lum, Catholic University and MedStar National Rehabilitation Network Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center on Home-based Technologies for Assessment and Treatment of Motor Impairment in Individuals with Neurologic Injury   MNRN Telecommunications Room
11/7/18 Shashwati Geed, MedStar National Rehabilitation Network and Georgetown University Identifying a signal for critical period plasticity post stroke MNRN Telecommunications Room
10/24/18 Cathy Price, University College London A clinical tool to predict who will recover from speech difficulties after stroke MNRN Telecommunications Room
10/17/18 Andrew DeMarco, Georgetown University Medical Center Functional anomaly maps derived from BOLD time-courses: Validity, reliability, and value for functional lesion behavior mapping in chronic stroke MNRN Telecommunications Room
10/10/18 Elissa Newport, William Gaillard, Barbara Landau, Peter Turkeltaub, Anna Greenwald, Catherine Chambers, Katrina Ferrara, Margot Giannetti, Madison Berl, Jessica Carpenter, Alexander Dromerick and the Pediatric Stroke Group, MedStar National Rehabilitation Network and Georgetown University Medical Center Update on the Pediatric Stroke Project and Discussion of the Data available for Future Analyses MNRN Telecommunications Room
9/19/18 Alexander Dromerick, Preethy Feit, and the SCANR Team,  MedStar National Rehabilitation Network Discussion of the SCANR Stroke Database and Possible Research Uses and Collaborations MNRN Telecommunications Room
5/23/18 Clifton Langdon, Gallaudet University Language Deprivation and Early Language (Bi)Lateralization in Infants MNRN Telecommunications Room
5/16/18 Daniel Pak, Georgetown University Medical Center Keep calm and carry on, neuron: combating hyperexcitation with homeostatic synaptic plasticity MNRN Telecommunications Room
5/9/18 H. Branch Coslett, University of Pennsylvania Magnification Effects in Motor Function: Evidence from Normal and Brain-Lesion Subjects MNRN Telecommunications Room
5/2/18 Stephen Wilson, Vanderbilt University Medical Center An Adaptive Approach to Language Mapping in Aphasia MNRN Telecommunications Room
4/18/18 Jessica Barth and Richard Zorowitz, MedStar National Rehabilitation Network   StrokeNet Research Project and Overview of Ongoing Clinical Trials  MNRN Telecommunications Room
4/11/18 Maximilian Riesenhuber, Georgetown University Medical Center From sensory inputs to meaning: direct routes and cross-modal coupling: Opportunities for sensory substitution? MNRN Telecommunications Room
4/4/18 Jeffrey Binder, Medical College of Wisconsin Lexical Concept Representation in the Human Brain MNRN Telecommunications Room
3/28/18 Daniel Weiss, Pennsylvania State University Motor Planning in Nonhuman Primates: Insights for Human Development? MNRN Telecommunications Room
3/14/18 John D. Medaglia, Drexel University and University of Pennsylvania Network Neuroscience and Brain Stimulation in Neurorehabilitation MNRN Telecommunications Room
2/28/18 A.M. Barrett, Kessler Foundation Spatial Neglect and Other Cognitive Issues in Stroke Recovery and Rehabilitation MNRN Telecommunications Room
2/21/18 Hermano Igo Krebs, Massachusetts Institute of Technology The MIT Experience on Rehabilitation Robotics for Upper and Lower Extremity MNRN Telecommunications Room
2/14/18 Carter Denny, MedStar Georgetown University Hospital Designing a home blood pressure self-management study for hypertensive stroke survivors MNRN Telecommunications Room
2/7/18 Pablo Celnik, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Recovery Mechanisms, Prognosis and Treatment using Non-invasive Brain Stimulation following Stroke MNRN Telecommunications Room
1/31/18 Amrita Cheema Metabolomics as an “omics” tool for clinical and transnational Research: a Tutorial MNRN Telecommunications Room
1/17/18 Sang Wook Lee, Catholic University Neuromechanics of hand and upper extremity function: implication for effective rehabilitation post-stroke  MNRN Telecommunications Room
12/6/17 Laurel J Buxbaum, Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute and Thomas Jefferson University Two streams for representation and selection of object-related actions in the left hemisphere MNRN Telecommunications Room
11/29/17 Jonathan R. Wolpaw, Wadsworth Center/NYS Dept Health CNS Plasticity: Basic Science to Clinical Therapy MNRN Telecommunications Room
11/15/17 Ghislaine Dehaene-Lambertz,, INSERM, Universite Paris-Saclay The human infant brain: A neural architecture able to learn language Center (GUMC)- Warwick Evans Room, Building D
11/8/17 Stanislas Dehaene, College de France, INSERM Hierarchical structures in language and mathematics MNRN Telecommunications Room
11/1/17   Anyone presenting a poster or paper at ASNR (American Society for Neurorehabilitation) Come one, come all! MNRN Telecommunications Room
10/25/17 Shashwati Geed, MedStar National Rehabilitation Hospital and Georgetown University Medical Center Paging Dr. Lasagna: Where are the patients for my very important Stroke study? Part 2 MNRN Telecommunications Room
10/18/17 Peter Lum, Melissa Sandison, and Rafael Casas, Catholica University Robotic therapy for upper-limb neuro-rehabilitation: Optimizing the human-robot interaction MNRN Telecommunications Room
10/4/17 Alex Dromerick, Preethy Feit, and Margot McCloskey, MedStar National Rehabilitation Network StrokeNet update, and Why can’t I find more participants for My Very Important stroke study? MNRN Telecommunications Room
5/10/17 Catherine Stoodley, American University How does the cerebellum contribute to cognition? Clinical and developmental applications MNRN Telecommunications Room
5/3/17 Brenda Rapp, Johns Hopkins University The adult brain after lesion: Questions of plasticity, modularity, and diaschisis MNRN Telecommunications Room
4/26/17 Susan Ryerson, MedStar National Rehabilitation Network and George Washington University Postural Control and Gait: Crossing the Practice/Theory Boundary MNRN Telecommunications Room
4/19/17 Elissa Newport, Center for Brain Plasticity and Recovery, Georgetown University   Revising our NIH grant proposal on language reorganization after perinatal stroke MNRN Telecommunications Room
4/5/17 Theresa Jones, University of Texas at Austin and Georgetown University    Experience-driven Competition in Cortical Remodeling after Stroke MNRN Telecommunications Room
3/29/17 Kevin Pelphrey, George Washington University and Children’s National Health System    Towards Precision Treatments for Autism Spectrum Disorder(s) MNRN Telecommunications Room
3/22/17 Michelle Harris-Love, George Mason University The “STIM” (Stimulation To Improve Movement) Study: Non-invasive brain stimulation to enhance the effects of practice in stroke patients with severe arm impairment MNRN Telecommunications Room
3/15/17 Katrina Ferrara, Center for Brain Plasticity, Georgetown University Visual-spatial skills in adults after perinatal stroke: Analysis of data from the Rey-Osterrieth complex figure MNRN Telecommunications Room
3/1/17 Steven Zeiler, John Hopkins University Stroke Recovery: Timing, Training and Biological Determinants MNRN Telecommunications Room
2/15/17 Leigh Sepeta, Children’s National Health System Memory Functioning in Focal Epilepsy MNRN Telecommunications Room
2/1/17 Andrew DeMarco, Georgetown University Medical Center and National Rehabilitation Hospital Neural Substrates of Phonological Processing in Individuals with Chronic Aphasia from Stroke MNRN Telecommunications Room
1/25/17 Karen Adolph, New York University Learning to Move and Moving to Learn MNRN Telecommunications Room
1/18/17 Anna Greenwald, Georgetown University/MedStar National Rehabilitation Network Investigating cognitive impairments and long-term disability after right-hemisphere stroke – where to go first? An embarrassment of riches MNRN Telecommunications Room
12/7/16 Adam Kirton, Cumming School of Medicine, University of Calgary and Alberta Children’s Hospital Modulating developmental plasticity with non-invasive neurostimulation in disabled children: Lessons from Perinatal Stroke MNRN Telecommunications Room
11/30/16 Rachel Mayberry, University of California, San Diego Does the infant brain care about language?  Neural language processing when post-natal brain maturation is asynchronous with the age-onset of linguistic experience MNRN Telecommunications Room
11/16/16 Shashwati Geed, MedStar National Rehabilitation Network and Georgetown University Medical Center  Measuring post-stroke change in motor function, the Democratic way MNRN Telecommunications Room
11/9/16 V.J. Ramachandran, University of California, San Diego What Neurology Can Tell Us About Human Nature and the Construction of Body Image Georgetown University New Research Building Auditorium
10/26/16 Anna Greenwald, Georgetown University Medical Center and MedStar National Rehabilitation Network Finding the “right spots” in individuals – about visual-spatial fMRI tasks and their reliability MNRN Telecommunications Room
10/19/16 Matthew Edwardson, Georgetown University Medical Center Metabolomic Markers of Neural Repair: Preliminary Results from the CPASS Study MNRN Telecommunications Room
10/12/16 Reza Shadmehr, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine The cerebellum and the neural basis of control and learning of movements MNRN Telecommunications Room
9/28/16 Peter Turkeltaub, Georgetown University Medical Center and MedStar National Rehabilitation Network An update on the Turkeltaub lab’s research MNRN GO-35
9/21/16 Perinatal stroke group, Center for Brain Plasticity and Recovery A brainstorming session on connectivity analyses after perinatal stroke MNRN Telecommunications Room
9/14/16 Maria Teresa Daza Attention in Deaf children MNRN Telecommunications Room
9/7/16 Elissa Newport, Center for Brain Plasticity and Recovery, Georgetown University Medical Center  Plasticity of Language after Perinatal Stroke MNRN Telecommunications Room
6/22/16 Steve Cramer, University of California, Irvine Brain Repair After Stroke NRH Telecommunications Room
6/8/16 Thomas Carmichael, Geffen School of Medicine at University of California Neural Repair after Stroke: Druggable Targets for Neuroplasticity and Recovery NRH Telecommunications Room
5/25/16 Peter Lum, Catholic University and MedStar National Rehabilitation Network Robotic therapy for neuro-rehabilitation: Leaping forward by first taking a step back  NRH Telecommunications Room
5/18/16 Rebecca Ichord, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Plasticity in the Developing Brain: Lessons from Childhood Stroke NRH Telecommunications Room
5/11/16 Shashwati Geed, MedStar National Rehabilitation Network and Georgetown University Medical Center Shoulder and Hand function Improvement Post Stroke (SHIPS) NRH Telecommunications Room
5/4/16 Matthew Edwardson, Georgetown University Medical Center Proportional recovery from motor and language deficits after stroke NRH Telecommunications Room
4/27/16 Charbel Moussa, Georgetown University Medical Center Can FDA-approved cancer drugs switch on the CNS garbage disposal machine? NRH Telecommunications Room
4/20/16 Miguel Nicolelis, Duke School of Medicine Brain-machine interfaces: from basic science to neurological rehabilitation NRH Telecommunications Room
4/13/16 Ella Striem-Amit, Harvard University Absence makes the brain do wonders: What can we learn about brain organization from people born blind, deaf or without hands? NRH Telecommunications Room
4/6/16 Heidi Feldman, Stanford University School of Medicine Variations in the Neurobiology of Reading:  Children born Preterm NRH Telecommunications Room
3/30/16 Brent Harris, Georgetown University Medical Center Neuropathology of CNS Infarction NRH Telecommunications Room
3/23/16 Dorian Pustina, University of Pennsylvania Automated lesion segmentation and multivariate prediction of aphasia scores in chronic stroke  NRH Telecommunications Room
3/16/16 Randolph Nudo, University of Kansas Shaping plasticity to enhance recovery after brain injury NRH Telecommunications Room
3/2/16 Nathan Neckel, Georgetown University Medical Center Improving Robotic Gait Training via Animal Models of SCI NRH Telecommunications Room
2/24/16 Alexander Dromerick, MedStar National Rehabilitation Network and Georgetown University Medical Center News from the International Stroke Conference 2016 NRH Telecommunications Room
2/10/16 Argye Hillis, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Neurobiology of Aphasia Recovery and Decline in the First Year after Stroke NRH Telecommunications Room
2/3/16 Alexander Dromerick and the CPASS Team, MedStar National Rehabilitation Network Update on the Critical Periods After Stroke Study (CPASS) NRH Telecommunications Room
1/27/16 Shashwati Geed, MedStar National Rehabilitation Network Georgetown University Medical Center Shoulder and hand function improvement post stroke (SHIPS) NRH Telecommunications Room
1/20/16 Jeff Huang, Georgetown University Medical Center Regenerative Medicine in Multiple Sclerosis NRH Telecommunications Room
1/13/16 Leigh Sepeta, Children’s National Medical Center The role of executive functioning in memory performance in pediatric focal epilepsy NRH Telecommunications Room
12/16/15 Peter Turkeltaub, Georgetown University Medical Center and MedStar National Rehabili Contributions of right hemisphere structure and connectivity to aphasia recovery: Grant resubmission planning NRH Telecommunications Room
12/9/15 Mackenzie Fama, Georgetown University The effects of healthy aging and left-hemisphere stroke on statistical language learning NRH Telecommunications Room
12/2/15 Rachael Harrington, Georgetown University The role of intact premotor cortex in post-stroke arm recovery NRH Telecommunications Room
11/18/15 Matthew Edwardson, MedStar Georgetown University Hospital Lost in Translation?  Comparison of lesions in the ICARE rehabilitation trial with lesions in animal recovery models NRH Telecommunications Room
11/11/15 Chandan Vaidya, Georgetown University The brain at rest: Clues to typical and atypical cognition NRH Telecommunications Room
11/4/15 Katrina Ferrara, Children’s National Medical Center and Center for Brain Plasticity and Recovery Neural and Behavioral Sensitivity to Boundary Cues Across Typical and Atypical Development NRH Telecommunications Room
10/28/15 Joseph Rauschecker, Georgetown University Dual-stream processing in audition and language NRH Telecommunications Room
10/21/15 Chet Sherwood, George Washington University What great apes can tell us about human brain evolution  NRH Telecommunications Room
10/7/15 Poster practice Today (Oct 7) those who are presenting posters at SfN or any of the upcoming associated conferences are welcome to bring drafts and practice their poster presentations, to get comments and feedback.  
7/15/15 Anna Greenwald, MedStar National Rehabilitation Network, Georgetown University Medical Center Anna Greenwald will show us fMRI data we have recently collected from pediatric stroke participants.   MNRN GO-35
7/1/15 No speaker-reading an article Connectivity analyses that Olumide is doing on language processing in kids from age 4 to 21 NRH Telecommunications Room
6/10/15 Anna Greenwald, MedStar National Rehabilitation Network, Georgetown University Medical Center In Search of What’s Good-and What’s Right (developing fMRI tasks to reveal right hemisphere visual-spatial functions in healthy subjects and after LH and RH pediatric stroke NRH Telecommunications Room
5/13/15 Amy Bastian, John Hopkins Learning and Relearning Movement NRH Telecommunications Room
5/6/15 Open discussion Talked about summer plans: summer reading group focused on discussing plasticity and/or rehabilitation research. Also discussed CBPR plans for new year NRH Telecommunications Room
4/22/15 Michael Fine, MITRE Rapid Screening of mTBI Using Dynamic Motor Tracking NRH Telecommunications Room
4/15/15 Laura SkipperKallal, Georgetown University Medical Center Mapping Lexical and Neural Representation of Abstract Words NRH Telecommunications Room
4/8/15 Shashwati Geed, MedStar National Rehabilitation Network, Georgetown University Medical Center An Embarrassment of Riches: How Do We Coordinate Multi-Joint Upper-Extremity Movements? NRH Telecommunications Room
4/1/15 Richard Leigh, National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke Blood Brain Barrier Disruption in Acute and Chronic Cerebral Ischemia NRH Telecommunications Room
3/25/15 John Krakauer, John Hopkins Some New Thoughts About Motor Recovery After Stroke NRH Telecommunications Room
3/18/15 William Gaillard, CNMC Imaging and Imagining Human Brain Development NRH Telecommunications Room
3/4/15 Leo Cohen, NINDS Learning, Reward and Neuromodulation in Neurorehabilitation NRH Telecommunications Room
2/25/15 Yasmeen Faroqi Shah, University of Maryland Treatment Outcomes as a Tool for Evaluating Theories of Normal Cognition: The Case of Morphosyntax in Aphasia NRH Telecommunications Room
2/18/15 Leigh Sepeta, Children’s National Medical Center Functional Connectivity in Epilepsy NRH Telecommunications Room
2/11/15 Peter Turkeltaub, Georgetown University Medical Center and MedStar National Rehabilitation Network Contributions of Right Hemisphere Structure and Connectivity to Aphasia Recovery NRH Telecommunications Room
2/4/15 William Hayward, Children’s National Medical Center Preliminary Studies of Inner Speech in People with Aphasia NRH Telecommunications Room
1/28/15 Matt Edwardson, Georgetown University Medical Center Blood Biomarkers of Stroke Recovery: Pilot Study NRH Telecommunications Room
1/21/15 Howard Federoff, University of California, Irvine Systems NeuroMedicine: Applications to Drug and Biomarker Discovery NRH Telecommunications Room
1/14/15 Jessica Phillips-Silver, Georgetown University Medical Center Musical Beat Entrainment and fMRI Studies About ‘feeling the beat’ NRH Telecommunications Room
12/10/14 Paula Plaza, Georgetown University Medical Center Sensory substitution (SS) and congenital blindness: Cross-modal plasticity and functional brain organization NRH Telecommunications Room
12/3/14 Barbara Landau, John Hopkins Space and Language in Williams Syndrome NRH Telecommunications Room
11/12/14 Peter Turkeltaub, Georgetown University Medical Center and MedStar National Rehabilitation Network Discussed VBM, resting state, tDCS results on adult  aphasia recovery NRH Telecommunications Room
11/5/14 Madison Berl, Children’s National Medical Center Discussed fMRI language work NRH Telecommunications Room
10/29/14 Barbara Bregman & Alexander Dromerick, Georgetown University Medical Center and MedStar National Rehabilitation Network Discussed the possibility of submitting a NIH R24 Rehabilitation Research Infrastructure application NRH Telecommunications Room
10/15/14 Sarah Shomstein, George Washington University Sensory Processing with Varying Degrees of Attention: Lessons from Neglect NRH Telecommunications Room
10/8/14 Josef Rauschecker, Georgetown University Medical Center Neurodynamics of music: Precursors in primates NRH Telecommunications Room
10/1/14 Michelle Harris-Love, George Mason University and MedStar National Rehabilitation Network Mechanisms of Arm Recovery in Patients with Severe Stroke: R01 Application Pst-Modern NRH Telecommunications Room
9/24/14 Guinevere Eden, Georgetown University Medical Center The Effects of Learning to Read on the Brain NRH Telecommunications Room
9/10/14 Alexander Dromerick, MedStar National Rehabilitation Network, Georgetown University Medical Center CPASS Study NRH Telecommunications Room