Neurorehabilitation Informatics Laboratory


Welcome to the Neurorehabilitation Informatics Lab ("nril"). The main focus of our laboratory is the neurophysiology of motor learning and rehabilitation. Specifically, we specialize in the collection, management, and analysis of multi-modal time-series data. These data might be neural time-series data in EEG or clinical longitudinal data gathered from electronic medical records. In the laboratory, we conduct basic and applied experiments to explore the neural changes that accompany motor skill learning and rehabilitation. We also collaborate with other researchers to advance research methods in rehabilitation science; conducting advanced statistical analyses, establishing the validity/reliability of neural and behavioral measures, and conducting meta-scientific research.

The lab uses and supports a number of open source programs including the R Project for Statistical Computing, R StudioPythonLibre Office, and the GNU Image Manipulation Program.