MU Health researcher uses new tools to understand brain activity after stroke | New

A professor and researcher at the MU School of Medicine is at the forefront of advanced studies in the treatment of stroke patients.

Carmen Cirstea, who works in MU’s Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, has started working with stroke patients to find new, more effective ways to treat arm weakness, a common effect of stroke. His work is funded by a $300,000 grant awarded in July by the American Heart Association.

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