The interFACE Lab The Interactive and Functional Assessment of Communication and Emotion (InterFACE) Center is a natural observation laboratory designed to research emotional and behavioral deficits in people with neurological,… Read More
TrackTBI Investigator: Richard Rodgers, MD TRACK-TBI: The multicenter Transforming Research and Clinical Knowledge in Traumatic Brain Injury (TRACK-TBI) study aims to improve success of clinical trial design through the collection and analysis of… Read More
Training to Reconnect with emotional awareness therapy (TREAT) Investigators: Dawn Neumann, Flora Hammond The purpose of this study is to teach participants with traumatic brain injury to develop better emotional… Read More
Avanir Study Sheryl Katta-Charles MD, Principal Investigator A Phase 2, multicenter, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study to assess the efficacy, safety and tolerability or AVP-786 (deudextromethorphan hydrobromide [d6-DM]/quinidine sulfate [Q]) for… Read More
Long-Term, Prospective, Non-Interventional Study Monitoring Safety and Training in Patients with Spinal Cord Injuries and Their Trained Companions Recently Initiated with the ReWalk™ Personal Device. Flora Hammond, MD (PI), funded… Read More
RHI’s very own Lexi Heer is one of the finalists for U.S. Soccer Disabled Athlete of the Year! Lexi Heer is an athlete with RHI Indy Cruisers and recently a team member of the U-18 Team USA. Other finalists are Meghan Maiwald, Deaf Soccer and Rene Renteria, Paralympic Soccer.
The U.S. Soccer Athlete of the Year awards are the oldest and most prestigious awards of their kind. This is the second year U.S. Soccer will name a Disabled Athlete of the Year, which honors the achievement of disabled soccer players in the United States. 50 percent of the vote is compiled of members of the national media and U.S. Soccer representatives, and the other half is votes from online! Please visit the above website to vote for Lexi Heer, for the Disabled Athlete of the Year!