The right supramarginal gyrus is important for Proprioception in healthy and stroke-affected Participants: a Functional MRI study
Ettie Ben-Shabat, Thomas A Matyas, Gaby S Pell, Amy Brodtmann, Leeanne M Carey
Frontiers in Neurology | FRONTIERS MEDIA SA | Published : 2015
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The authors thank the participants for volunteering to take part in this study. We also thank Dr. Rudiger Seitz for comments on the manuscript. Dr. EB-S was supported by a La Trobe University Post-Graduate Research Award and a grant from the National Health and Medical Research Council, Centre for Clinical Research Excellence (Neuroscience), administered by the National Stroke Research Institute, Melbourne, VIC, Australia. Dr. Leeanne Carey was supported by a National Health and Medical Research Foundation (NHMRC) Career Development Award (number 307905), an Australian Research Council Future Fellowship (number FT0992299), and a McDonnell Foundation Collaborative Award. The work was supported by NHMRC project grants 307902 and 1022694 and the Victorian Government's Operational Infrastructure Support Program. The funding sources had no role in conduct of the study or writing of the report.