Soroush G. Sadeghi

Soroush G. Sadeghi

Dec 16, 2015

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    About This Project

    Sensory information from tongue stimulation can be used to compensate for both balance and vision dysfunction. Long lasting effects have been observed even after discontinuation of the device in patients with imbalance, suggesting a permanent learning at a neuronal level. To investigate transfer between senses, we study whether using FDA approved BrainPort V100 device in blind patients results in generalized effects in these patients, including improvement in the sense of balance.

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