The rehabilitation and management of patients with chronic neurological disabilities became sufficiently specialized to warrant the establishment of a society dedicated to advancing clinical care and basic and clinical research in this growing field.  The American Society of Neurorehabilitation (ASNR) was established in 1990 to meet those needs.  Read More


NNR Editor’s Choice Jan-Mar 2019

January 2019
Characterizing Spontaneous Motor Recovery Following Cortical and Subcortical Stroke in the Rat
Sudhir Karthikeyan, MSc, Matthew Strider Jeffers, MSc, Anthony Carter, Dale Corbett, PhD

February 2019
The Influence of Primary Motor Cortex Inhibition on Upper Limb Impairment and Function in Chronic Stroke: A Multimodal Study
Ronan A. Mooney, Suzanne J. Ackerley, PhD, Deshan K. Rajeswaran, MD, John Cirillo, PhD, P. Alan Barber, PhD FRACP, Cathy M. Stinear, PhD, Winston D. Byblow, PhD

March 2019
Locomotor Training Increases Synaptic Structure With High NGL-2 Expression After Spinal Cord Hemisection
Kazu Kobayakawa, MD, PhD, Kyleigh Alexis DePetro, MS, Hui Zhong, MD, Bau Pham, Masamitsu Hara, MD, PhD, Akihito Harada, PhD, Jumpei Nogami, PhD, Yasuyuki Ohkawa, PhD, V. Reggie Edgerton, PhD



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