International Society for Restorative Neurology (ISRN):

Restorative neurology is a branch of neurology dedicated to improve functions of the impaired nervous system through selective structural or functional modification of abnormal neurocontrol according to underlying mechanisms and clinically unrecognized residual functions. The mission of ISRN is to foster an environment for advancing knowledge in the field of Restorative Neurology through understanding of mechanisms of neurologic impairments, challenging unproven practices, and developing new interventions and assessment methods to facilitate the translation of discoveries into the clinical arena. 


Foundation for Movement Recovery (FMR):

FMR is dedicated to work towards advancing and transferring the knowledge of movement recovery from scientific communities towards clinical environments.


Institutions and Collaborators

Center for Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, Medical University of Vienna:

Institute for Analysis and Scientific Computing, Vienna University of Technology:

Neurologisches Zentrum, Sozialmedizinisches Zentrum Baumgartner Höhe, Otto-Wagner-Spital und Pflegezentrum:

Hulse Spinal Cord Injury Lab (SCIL), Shepherd Center, Atlanta, GA:

Institute for Clinical Neurophysiology, University Clinical Center, Ljubljana, Slovenia: