The Stroke Rehabilitation Center of Southeastern Wisconsin is offesring a

Translational & Clinical Seed Award Program

This seed award program is designed to advocate, facilitate, and foster the continuum of research from bench to bedside, and from bedside to community practice. In a sense, translational research focuses on discovery and the application of scientific findings into a real-world setting. It is the goal of the SRC to promote novel, innovative, multi-disciplinary stroke rehabilitation research to improve functional outcomes among stroke survivors.

Intent to apply due: September 25, 2017 5:00 p.m. CDT

Please contact the SRC Program Manager Moriah Iverson, MS at with any questions.

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Jirjis MB, Valdez C, Vedantam A, Schmit BD, Kurpad SN.
Diffusion tensor imaging as a biomarker for assessing neuronal stem cell treatments affecting areas distal to the site of spinal cord injury. J Neurosurg Spine. 2016

Conrad MO, Gadhoke B, Scheidt RA, Schmit BD.
Effect of Tendon Vibration on Hemiparetic Arm Stability in Unstable Workspaces. PLoS One. 2016

Walker ER, Hyngstrom AS, Schmit BD.
Influence of visual feedback on dynamic balance control in chronic stroke survivors. J Biomech. 2016

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Cramer Hall, 642 N 16th St., Milwaukee, WI, 53233

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