Our research and work is based on Neural Remediation & Neuro-Plasticity

Memory is the building block of intelligence; Without a memory of the past, we cannot operate in the present or think about the future. Depends on the ability to learn and retain in short term memory (STM) through acoustic repetition, visual, and semantic memory.Making new memory from STM to long term memory (LTM) is by genetic coding through stages of memory, encoding , storage, and retrieval.Research has shown LTM involves

changes in protein synthesis, gene regulation, and in many cases, structural modifications with nerve sprouting or telodendria. Formation of LTM involves changes in the structure of neurons including growth of new processes and synapses in the different parts of the brain.Assisted computerized cognitive brain training (CCBT) is capable of the repetitive brain stimulation of visual, auditory, semantic, and procedural memory.

 

Our research

Our Research and Neuro-cognitive research and Services for Dementia and cognitive therapy are based on:

  1. Central pontine myelinolysis, an update S Kumar, M Fowler, E Gonzalez-Toledo, Neurological Research> List of Issues> Volume 28, Issue 3
  2. Montreal Cognitive Assessment, a screening tool for Mild Traumatic Brain Injury. S. Kumar MD, P Shah BS, M Kumar DDS~ Presented @ AAN .2015 American Academy of neurology, Washington DC
  3. Individualized neuro-cognitive rehabilitation can reverse cognitive and memory impairment irrespective of etiology: Prospective pilot study. S. Kumar MD,Jitendra K, MS. A Jawahar MS, , M Kumar DDS ~ Presented @ AAN .2015 American Academy of neurology, Washington DC/American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine 2015 Dallas
  4. Association between etiology and patterns of neurocognitive impairment detected with Wechsler Memory Scale (WMS-IV) assessment: Prospective study in 71 consecutive patients A Jawahar MS S. Kumar MD, P Shah BS, M Kumar DDS ~ Presented @ AAN .2015 American Academy of neurology, Washington DC
  5. Observed Specific Pattern of cognitive impairment in patients with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: a prospective study of 35 patients, A Jawahar MS S. Kumar MD, P Shah BS, M Kumar DDS ~ Presented @ AAN .2015 American Academy of neurology, Washington DC.
  6. Seizures in Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: Prospective Analysis of 134 Patients with mTBIS Kumar MD. P Shah. M Kumar DDS. presented @ TBI Conference Washington DC USA 2015
  7. Post concussion syndrome & BPPV presenting with migraine/headaches in an urgent headache clinic: Analysis of 90 cases, S. Kumar MD poster presentation.6/2014 annual meeting of American Headache Society. Los Angles,
  8. Brain Injury cognitive screening a spot tool for the mild traumatic brain injury.Jeet B MS.Suresh Kumar MD, A Jawahar ~ Submitted in AMIA Joint Summit 2015, San Francisco, CA
  9. Pharmacogenomics in headache Practice. M. Bringham, S. Kumar MD, P Shah BS, M Kumar DDS presented at AAN .2016 American Academy of neurology, Vancouver DC
  10. To study risk of seizures after mild traumatic brain Injury in general population. S. Kumar MD, P Shah BS, M Kumar DDS presented at AAN .2016 American Academy of neurology, Vancouver DC

Other supporting Advance research in world of memory loss

(Links to the article below are copy rights of the authors, RegainMemory & Suresh Kumar MD. Promotes their recognition and thanks for their contribution in cognitive neuroscience )

  1. Revealed, the ‘ground zero’ of Alzheimer’s: Scientists pinpoint the exact area of the brain where devastating disease begins

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  2. First-of-Its-Kind Study Explains Why Rest is Critical After A Concussion

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  3. The Dynamic Multisensory Engram: Neural Circuitry Underlying Crossmodal Object Recognition in Rats Changes with the Nature of Object Experience.Jacklin DL1, Cloke JM1

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  4. Blood-Borne activity-dependent Neuroprotective Protein (ADNP) is correlated with premorbid Intelligence, Clinical stage and Alzheimer’s disease biomarkers.

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  5. L-Lactate protects neurons against excitotoxicity: implication of an ATP-mediated signaling cascade P. Jourdain I. Allaman

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  6. Omega-3 Fatty Acid Status Enhances the Prevention of Cognitive Decline by B Vitamins in Mild Cognitive Impairment Authors: Oulhaj, Abderrahima; * | Jernerén, Fredrikb

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  7. The Effect of an Online Cognitive Training Package in Healthy

    Older Adults: An Online Randomized Controlled Trial Anne Corbett PhD, Adrian Owen PhD
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  8. Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation combined with cognitive training is a safe and effective modality for the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease: a randomized, double-blind study.Rabey JM1, Dobronevsky E,
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  9. Treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease with Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Combined with Cognitive Training: A Prospective, Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study.Lee J1, Choi BH2
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  10. Open-label, short-term, repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation in patients with Alzheimer’s disease with functional imaging correlates and literature review.Devi G1, Voss HU,
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  11. By suppressing the expression of anterior pharynx-defective-1α and -1β and inhibiting the aggregation of β-amyloid protein, magnesium ions inhibit the cognitive decline of amyloid precursor protein/presenilin 1 transgenic mice.Xin Yu*, Pei-Pei Guan*,
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