The Neuropsychology research group is LLUI’s most recently established group and currently focuses on preliminary research looking into neuroplasticity and neuropsychological symptoms with patients in neurorehabilitation. Our research involves neuropsychological, psychopharmacological and physiological aspects which is why we have been tasked to establish LLUI’s MRI-Lab (Philips Ingenia 3.0T MRI) supervising technological upgrades as well as updating protocols and expanding methodologies. Some of our interdisciplinary research looks into how the gastrointestinal tract and nutrition may play an important role in neurological and psychiatric diseases and how this impacts neurorehabilitation after stroke. The group collaborates extensively with the other research groups as well as the neurorehabilitation clinics.

current projects

  • Implementation of MRI-compatible stepping robot

Other Research Groups

LLUI currently has four more core axes of research. Find an overview of all research groups and their individual research by clicking below

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