aim of my work has been to study anatomical and physiological
substrates of disease that have a reasonable likelihood
of leading to therapeutic interventions. My present
interest builds on previous work in two ways: (1) integrating
previous areas of investigation, including CNS plasticity,
cortical network analysis, serotonergic pharmacology,
and human fronto-temporal anatomy, into a coherent
program of clinically relevant basic scientific study;
(2) applying the neurological localizational method
to study the most prevalent causes of disability (especially
in the population over 65 years). So my work currently
focuses in two issues: a) Motor recovery after stroke
b) Early diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease.
Further information on Ana Solodkin's research.