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Our laboratory is dedicated to the study of the physiology of cerebral cortex as it relates to diseases and disorders affecting movement in children. Much of our research has involved ADHD or Tourette syndrome symptoms. However, the interests of our primary and affiliated researchers are broad. Therefore, we facilitate research in a variety of areas with collaborators outside our group who share an interest in understanding the relationship between brain physiology and brain diseases. In addition, we anticipate expansion of our current efforts to research treatment applications of transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS).
Gilbert is a clinician scientist and pediatric neurologist. His primary clinical specialty is pediatric movement disorders. His research primarily involves trans-synaptic, paired pulse firstname.lastname@example.org
Huddleston is a research coordinator II for the lab and has a bachelor’s in psychology.
Szaflarski is a clinician scientist and adult neurologist. His primary clinical interests are stroke and epilepsy. He studies the effects of these diagnoses on language, memory and motor function. He is the medical director of the Pediatric Neuroimaging Research Consortium at Cincinnati Children’s Research Foundation.
Wu is a clinician scientist and pediatric neurologist. His primary clinical specialty is pediatric movement disorders. His research involves use of TMS to measure neuroplasticity and treatment trials using TMS.email@example.com
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From left: David Huddleston, Donald Gilbert, Steve Wu and Amanda Lewis
Donald L. Gilbert, MD, MS
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