UMN Research May Benefit Kids with Cerebral Palsy

University of Minnesota researchers are the first to combine brain stimulation and physical therapy to treat cerebral palsy. The most common treatment for people with cerebral palsy is an intensive rehabilitation regime that requires placing a patient’s stronger arm in a sling to encourage use of their weaker arm, said Bernadette Gillick, lead author of the study.

Read more

Share this post

Related News

  • Pharmacology Grad Students Promote Passion for Science

    University of Minnesota Medical School Department of Pharmacology graduate students connected with kids and families at the Science Museum of Minnesota during the Women in Science & Engineering event, a hands-on science experience focused on female leaders working in a variety of scientific and engineering professions.

  • Welcome Nichole Klatt, PhD

    Dr. Klatt joins the Medical School from the University of Miami, where she was most recently an associate professor and vice-chair of research in the department of pediatrics, held the Adrienne Arsht Endowed Chair in Pediatric Clinical Research and was a member of the Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center.