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Along with patient care and education, research is one of the cornerstones of the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Our research is primarily focused in these areas:
- Neurological rehabilitation and stroke recovery
- Swallowing disorders
- Swallowing outcomes after critical illness and surgery
- Improving outcomes following injury
- Multiple sclerosis rehabilitation
- Brain-computer interface and tetraplegia
This work advances our mission to improve the quality of life for people who have been disabled by injury or disease.
Welcome the New Vice Chair for Research
The Johns Hopkins Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation is happy to welcome Preeti Raghavan, M.B.B.S., as our new Vice Chair for Research. Coming to us from the Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine at at NYU Langone Health, Dr. Raghavan's research focuses on innovative approaches to rehabilitation from stroke and other brain injuries.
Johns Hopkins Collaboration With Fujita Health University
The Johns Hopkins Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) fosters international relations through academic exchange and collaborative research projects. One such long-standing collaboration is with a PM&R team from Fujita Health University in Japan. For more than two decades, the institutions have been working together and sharing knowledge on neurological rehabilitation, swallowing disorders and the use of robotics in rehabilitation medicine.
#TomorrowsDiscoveries: Why Do People Walk the Way They Do?
Dr. Ryan Roemmich and his research team are trying to understand important factors that cause people to walk in certain ways and then use this information to improve their rehabilitation.
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