Active Not Recruiting

Internal Studies

  1. Reducing Symptoms of Stroke Using Non-invasive Neuromodulation
  2. Reducing Symptoms of Parkinsons Using Non-invasive Neuromodulation
  3. ​Reducing Symptoms of Traumatic Brain Injury Using Non-invasive Neuromodulation

Collaborative Studies

  1. Reducing Symptoms of Vestiular, Cognitive, and Emotional Dysfunction in Soldiers with Post-Concussive and Post-Traumatic Stress Using Cranial Nerve Noninvasive Neuromodulation with Warrior Rehabilitation and Resiliency Program, Blanchfield Army Community Hospital, Fort Campbell, Kentucky.

Our Research

Founded in 1992, the Tactile Com­mu­nication & Neurorehabilitation Laboratory (TCNL) is located at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

We are a research center that uses the experience of many different areas of science to study the theory and application of applied neuro­plasticity, the brain’s ability to re­or­ganize in response to new informa­tion, needs, and pathways.

Our research is aimed at developing solutions for sensory and motor disorder rehabilitation.