Rogers & Mudar receive NIDILRR grant aimed at helping older adults with cognitive impairment

A huge congratulations to Drs. Wendy Rogers and Raksha Mudar on receiving a collaborative grant from the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR) with their collaborators at Weill Cornell Medicine and Florida State University. Drs. Rogers and Mudar are the principle investigators on the grant for the University of Illinois team. This grant is aimed at helping older adults with cognitive impairment, such as that due to mild cognitive impairment, stroke, and traumatic brain injury.

To read more about this exciting accomplishment please see the College of Applied Health Sciences official announcement here.

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