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Brain Stimulation Could Help Practice Make Perfect

News   May 30, 2019 | Original story from the University of Rochester

 
Brain Stimulation Could Help Practice Make Perfect

Krystel Huxlin, the James V. Aquavella, M.D. Professor in Ophthalmology at the University’s Flaum Eye Institute, is among the lead authors in a new study that shows how brain stimulation can enhance a patient's ability to re-train their brains to process visual information after a stroke or an injury. Credit: University of Rochester photo / J. Adam Fenster

 
 
 

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