Rehabilitation and Neural Engineering Laboratory

BCI Technology for Stroke

Study Goal

The purpose of this research study is to gather information from individuals with stroke about their stroke history, their functional limitations, and their preferences for Brain-Computer Interface technology (BCI). You will learn about BCI technology and be able to ask questions to determine if it could be a useful part of a rehabilitation program.

Study Summary

This study consists of a focus group meeting and questionnaires.  Individuals will be compensated for their research participation. You may also have the opportunity to participate in a follow-up study that involves non-invasive brain recording and imaging to understand how movement is represented in the brain after stroke.

Inclusion Criteria

  • Age 18 or older
  • Had a subcortical stroke, as documented on MRI
  • Stroke must have occured more than 1 year prior to start of study
  • Minimal finger strength

Exclusion Criteria

  • Any other central nervous system disease that could impact testing


Principal Investigator:

Jennifer Collinger, PhD

For more information call:

Debbie Harrington

Additional Information

Study Brochure