About NC NM4R

NC NM4R Overview

The goal of the National Center of Neuromodulation for Rehabilitation is to support researchers in the field of neuromodulation for rehabilitation. In order for the NC NM4R to exert a sustained, powerful influence on the field, we offer a cohesive program that aligns with the needs of the research community and actively contributes to the coalescing of research priorities.

Our Focus

The National Center of Neuromodulation for Rehabilitation will serve as a focal point for integrating and developing the new science of neuromodulation with a specific focus on how to use this knowledge to enhance rehabilitation. It will crucially support investigators in use of these tools as research methods or potential treatments and facilitate ‘rational development’ and use of neuromodulation methods in rehabilitation. To this end, NC NM4R offers general, didactic training opportunities such as and in-person and web-based conferences providing opportunities to interact with and learn from colleagues in the field; specialized, collaborative training opportunities; and research funding opportunities via grant awards.

Faculty and Staff

The faculty and staff of NC NM4R are committed to advancing the field of neuromodulation applied to rehabilitation and to helping researchers in the field advance their work.

Diversity Plan

NC NM4R embraces the Diversity Plans of the Medical University of South Carolina, where the center is housed, and the National Institute of Health, where it is primarily funded. The Center agrees to provide an environment that endorses the inclusion of all research investigators and/or clinicians in the field. Moreover, we pledge, that every NC NM4R Executive Committee member, faculty investigator, consultant, collaborator, and staff member will make a good faith effort to provide equality of educational access and funding to underrepresented minorities and investigators with disabilities by making reasonable accommodations.  Please see our Diversity Plan for full details of our commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and access.


We have a collection of links to fellow centers of the MR3 Network and to friends of NC NM4R to enhance your search for content in neuromodulation for rehabilitation.