People over the age of 65
(Please note that people with previously diagnosed neurological conditions such as multiple sclerosis or epilepsy, pregnant women, and people who have pacemakers or metallic cranial implants are ineligible for this study.)
This research focuses on the link between measures of brain excitability and performance on tests measuring thinking and memory, using a non-invasive magnetic stimulation technique.
You will need to present yourself to the University of Ottawa and Bruyère Research Institute for 2 sessions that will each last approximately 2 hours.
Participants will receive compensation for their time and transportation.
If interested, please contact Petar Vidjen or Galit Karpov
Tel: 613-562-5800 ext. 8757, email@example.com
Study supervised by Patrick Davidson, PhD and François Tremblay, PT PhD - Professors, University of Ottawa
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