The University opened a new center this fall that will expand our innovative research on diagnostics and treatments for people with neurological disorders including stroke, traumatic brain injury, dementia, and Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases. Headed up by Swathi Kiran, James and Cecilia Tse Ying Professor in Neurorehabilitation, the Center for Brain Recovery will function as an international, interdisciplinary hub for groundbreaking clinical research, training, and community engagement. Despite landmark discoveries in understanding neurological diseases, the how, when, and why remain elusive. The Center for Brain Recovery will expand our comprehension through a wide range of expertise and experience across disciplines, from the sciences to medicine to engineering.