Research in Cognitive Stimulation and Neuropsychological Rehabilitation
Research is key in the field of rehabilitation and cognitive stimulation.
At least that is how we understand it at NeuronUP, where we are aware of the importance of investing resources and promoting research projects aimed at the study of neuropsychological rehabilitation in patients with brain damage, ADHD or mental illness; as well as promoting research aimed at early intervention to slow the process of cognitive deterioration in neurodegenerative diseases.
Currently, NeuronUP actively collaborates with researchers from different universities around the world who dig deep into the study of cerebral neuroplasticity and cognitive intervention. At NeuronUP, we provide our researchers with our platform so they can access all of our cognitive stimulation exercises – more than 10,000 – as well as our research and session creation tools.
About NeuronUP Research project
The NeuronUP research project was created with the objective of creating and validating research studies in neuropsychological rehabilitation for people with cognitive deficits. Our mission is to invest resources and promote research projects aimed at improving day to day life for people with brain damage, neurodegenerative diseases (Alzheimer’s, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s), neurodevelopmental disorders, mental illness, mental disability, mental aging, normal aging, etc.
If you are interested in using the NeuronUP program in your research project, sign up here and our team will reach out to learn more about your proposal.
As a researcher, you will have full access to all the functionalities of NeuronUP: activities, sessions, programs, extra resources, etc. You will also receive ongoing support from our team of neuropsychologists and our department of design and development of activities.
Research on neuropsychological rehabilitation
Researchers from around the world work with NeuronUP on their research projects aimed at the study of neuropsychological rehabilitation and cognitive impairment.
Published and active research projects
Evidence based research
Centers that are currently researching in collaboration with NeuronUP.
If you are interested in using the NeuronUP program in your research project, sign up here and our team will be in touch.