RE-learning Perception-Action In Rehabilitation from a Systems perspective

European Training Network (ETN)- H2020 Marie Sklodowska-Curie Innovation Training Network programme- funded by the European Union

REPAIRS aims to improve the effectiveness of rehabilitation that is concerned with the restoration and enhancement of functional ability and quality of life of people with a movement disorder or disability related to perception and action. To this end REPAIRS combines insights from fundamental research on how individuals re-learn perception and action with cutting-edge rehabilitation practice using a systems perspective. Covering a broad range of disciplines, our 15 Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) will work together towards the goal of improving rehabilitation and ultimately quality of life.

ESR position reopened-We are hiring

One position for a PhD student reopened in our Consortium. The student will work at Ruhr University in Bochum at a project entitled: “Reaching decisions: neural mechanisms underlying learning and … Learn more

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