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Neurorehabilitation Clinic  

Neurorehabilitation is the medical process that aims to aid recovery of function from a central nervous system lesion or injury, thus improving resulting functional deficits.  The main areas of interest in our investigations involve motor and cognitive deficits resulting from stroke and traumatic brain injury.

If you are a patient interested in treatments for or in participating in one of our research studies, please contact:

Patient Recruitment and Public Liaison Office toll-free at:

TTY: 1-866-411-1010

Neurorehabilitation Care Providers at NIH:

Leonardo G Cohen, MD
Chief, Human Cortical Physiology
& Neurorehabilitation Section
Chief, Neurorehabilitation Clinic

Nurse Practitioner

Margaret "Mimi" Hayward, NP

Patient Care Coordinator

Shaunette Nugent-Goins

Regulatory Affairs Specialist

            Marta Gozzi

Studies Actively Recruiting Patients:

14-N-0083 Neural basis of decision making deficits in traumatic brain injury
14-N-0069 Real-time fMRI neurofeedback for motor rehabilitation
10-N-0185 Neural Dynamics and Connectivity in Response Inhibition and Traumatic Brain Injury
10-N-0012.  Screening Protocol for Patients with Stroke

For more information on Neurorehabilitation:

American Society of Neurorehabiliitation:

Related Links:
Dr Cohen’s web page: