Neuroestimulation and Neuromodulation
Head of program: Dr. Raul Pelayo
Researchers: Dr. Josep M Tormos, Dr. Beatriz Castaño, Dr. Alberto García, Dr. Daniel León, Dr. Hatice Kumru, Dr. M.Dolors Soler, Dr. Rosa Terré, Dr. Sergiu Albu
To achieve translation to the clinic practice of non-invasive cranial stimulation as an innovative tool for diagnosis and treatment of several pathologies associated with spinal cord injury and brain damages, as well as for other indications related to research in brain health improvement.
- Application of non-invasive stimulation techniques to optimize plastic nature of the nervous system and its residual functional capacity resulting from an injury, inhibiting changes that are maladaptive and enhancing those that lead to situations of enhanced functionality.
- Promote the development of innovative clinical programs of noninvasive cerebral stimulation for treatment of pathologies associated with spinal cord injuries and cerebral lesions (such as neuropathic pain, aphasia, depression, epilepsy or cognitive deficits), as well as in the recovery of the motor deficit.
- Canalize with the non-invasive brain stimulation enhancement group. Develop and evaluate innovative diagnostic and therapeutic clinical strategies with non-invasive brain stimulation as a tool, alone or with other strategies.
Randomized controlled trial of the potentiating effect of transcranial random noise stimulation (TRNS) in cognitive rehabilitation of patients with traumatic brain injury
Transcutaneous spinal cord stimulation (tSCS) to improve respiratory function in patients with cervical or thoracic spinal cord injury. Pilot study.
Project typology: Competitive NGO
Upper limb rehabilitation in stroke patients
Funding entity: BBVA employees campaign
Phase II clinical trial on the use of real vs simulated repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation associated with rehabilitative treatment to improve gait in patients with multiple sclerosis
Codi: PI19 / 01634