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What It’s Like to Volunteer in a Research Study

Ever wonder what it’s like to become a participant in a clinical research study? This podcast outlines all aspects of recruitment, vetting, protocols, and considerations for joining a study and dispels common misconceptions often fostered by Hollywood movies or TV shows.

Brain Network Dysfunction in Poststroke Delirium and Spatial Neglect-An fMRI Study–Dr. Olga Boukrina

In this episode, Dr. Olga Boukrina, Research Scientist in our Center for Stroke Rehabilitation Research talks about her peer reviewed article “Brain Network Dysfunction in Poststroke Delirium and Spatial Neglect: An fMRI Study” published on October 8, 2021 in the journal Stroke.

Prevalence of spatial neglect prompts call for screening survivors of right and left brain strokes

In this episode, Dr. Peii Chen, senior research scientist in our Center for Stroke Rehabilitation Research, talks about her peer-reviewed article, “Prevalence of spatial neglect post-stroke: A systematic review,” e-published on September 24, 2021, in the journal Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine.

Dr Olga Boukrina on helping stroke survivors recover their ability to read and process language-Ep13

Episode 12 features Dr. Olga Boukrina, a research scientist in our Center for Stroke Rehabilitation Research. Producer Joan Banks-Smith interviews Dr. Boukrina about her work at the Foundation, how mentors have influenced her career choices, and her most memorable experiences while working in science.

Kessler Foundation Pilot Study Incorporates Mobile App for Collecting Data on Real-Time Experiences, toward the Goal of Real-Time Intervention Strategies

Kessler Foundation Pilot Study Incorporates Mobile App for Collecting Data on Real-Time Experiences, toward the Goal of Real-Time Intervention Strategies

Salma Omai on Meeting New Stroke Participants

In this episode, I met up with Salma Omai who worked as a research assistant in our Center for Stroke Research in from 2015-2017, where she worked with patients recovering from stroke and assessed them for various resultant cognitive deficits. Currently, Slama is a marketing associate, at T-fal Cookware in Northern New Jersey. Listen in as Salma talks to Joan Banks-Smith, Creative Producer for Kessler Foundation about her experience at the Foundation.

Michele Barry on the Importance of Recruiting Research Participants with and without Disabilities

In this episode, I met up with Michele Barry who worked as a research assistant/research coordinator in our Center for Stroke Research from 2015-2019, where she worked with patients who have suffered from a stroke and assessed them for various resulting cognitive deficits.

Emma Kaplan on Seeing Real Rehabilitation Research Results

In this episode, I met up with Emma Kaplan, a research coordinator in our Center for Stroke Rehabilitation Research. Emma begin working at Kessler Foundation in 2013 and was promoted to research coordinator in July 2019.

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