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Dear Colleague,

We are pleased to announce that Volume 38, Issue 1 of Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience (RNN) has now been published. You can access all the content of this new issue via the links below. Also included in this mailing is a list of the top viewed recent RNN articles.

Kind regards,

Bernhard A. Sabel, PhD
Institute of Medical Psychology
Otto-v.-Guericke University of Magdeburg

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Volume 38, Issue 1 / 2020 Available Online

Translating concepts of neural repair after stroke: Structural and functional targets for recovery
Regenhardt, Robert W. | Takase, Hajime | Lo, Eng H. | Lin, David J.

Dorsal root ganglion axons facilitate and guide cortical neural outgrowth: In vitro modeling of spinal cord injury axonal regeneration
Xu, Zi-Xing | Albayar, Ahmed | Dollé, Jean-Pierre | Hansel, Gisele | Bianchini, Justin | Sullivan, Patricia Zadnik | Cullen, D. Kacy | Smith, Douglas H. | Ozturk, Ali K.

Bilateral motor priming for post stroke upper extremity hemiparesis: A randomized pilot study
Stoykov, Mary E. | King, Erin | David, Fabian J. | Vatinno, Amanda | Fogg, Louis | Corcos, Daniel M.

Temporal gene expression changes after acute and delayed ventral root avulsion-reimplantation
Günther, Mattias | Sköld, Mattias K.

Effect of dry-electrode-based transcranial direct current stimulation on chronic low back pain and low back muscle activities: A double-blind sham-controlled study
Jiang, Naifu | Wei, Jinsong | Li, Guangsheng | Wei, Bo | Zhu, Frank F. | Hu, Yong

The effect of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation on cognitive impairment in Parkinson’s disease with dementia: Pilot study
Khedr, Eman M. | Mohamed, Khaled O. | Ali, Anwar M. | Hasan, Asmaa M.

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy improves neurocognitive functions of post-stroke patients – a retrospective analysis
Hadanny, Amir | Rittblat, Mor | Bitterman, Mor | May-Raz, Ido | Suzin, Gil | Boussi-Gross, Rahav | Zemel, Yonatan | Bechor, Yair | Catalogna, Merav | Efrati, Shai

Efficacy of coupling intermittent theta-burst stimulation and 1 Hz repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation to enhance upper limb motor recovery in subacute stroke patients: A randomized controlled trial
Meng, Ying | Zhang, Dai | Hai, Hong | Zhao, Ying-Yu | Ma, Yue-Wen

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Most Read RNN Articles in January 2020

Most read content via the IOS Press content website published in RNN in 2018 & 2019

Mirror feedback assisted recovery from hemiparesis following stroke. In Reply to Morkisch et al.: How to perform mirror therapy after stroke? Evidence from a meta-analysisOpenly Available (Editorial in Vol.37, Iss.5, 2019)
Ramachandran, Vilayanur Subramanian | Rogers-Ramachandran, Diane

Low vision: Rescue, regeneration, restoration and rehabilitationOpen Access (Editorial in Vol.37, Iss.6, 2019)
Antal, Andrea | Sabel, Bernhard

What causes dyslexia? Identifying the causes and effective compensatory therapyOpen Access (Research Article in Vol.37, Iss.6, 2019)
Werth, Reinhard

Immediate improvement of speech-in-noise perception through multisensory stimulation via an auditory to tactile sensory substitutionOpen Access (Research Article in Vol.37, Iss.2, 2019)
Cieśla, Katarzyna | Wolak, Tomasz | Lorens, Artur | Heimler, Benedetta | Skarżyński, Henryk | Amedi, Amir

Residual vision activation and the brain-eye-vascular triad: Dysregulation, plasticity and restoration in low vision and blindness – a reviewOpen Access (Research Article in Vol.36, Iss.6, 2018)
Sabel, Bernhard A. | Flammer, Josef | Merabet, Lotfi B.

Dynamic cognitive remediation for a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) significantly improves attention, working memory, processing speed, and reading fluencyOpen Access (Research Article in Vol.37, Iss.1, 2019)
Lawton, Teri | Huang, Ming-Xiong

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In the News

Recent press releases relating to recent RNN content

Light at the End of the Tunnel for Most Individuals With Low-Vision

Progress in research and technology is giving rise to an optimistic future for compensation and restoration of low vision, according to research in RNN's recent special issue. Remarkable progress is being made to treat conditions of partial blindness that have previously been considered irreversible.

Special Issue:
Low Vision: Rescue, Regeneration, Restoration and Rehabilitation

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