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The Right Brain Research Registry (RBRR)

The Right Brain Research Registry

The Right Brain Research Registry (RBRR) is the first and only known registry dedicated to survivors with right brain damage.  The purpose of the registry is to identify people who are interested in participating in research studies examining communication disorders.  Survivors of right brain strokes, their loved ones, and caretakers who are interested in participating in research are encouraged to register. There is no obligation to becoming a registry volunteer.  By indicating that you want to register, you give permission to the Right Brain Research Registry at North Carolina Central University to contact you when a research project is available.  When contacted, the project will be explained and you will decide whether or not to get involved.  

To register for the Right Brain Research Registry, please email rightbrainstroke@nccu.edu.

 
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