Maya Ramic, Ph.D.

Loyola University Chicago, Chicago, IL, United States 
Stroke, Plasticity, Recovery
"Maya Ramic"
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Gwendolyn L. Kartje grad student 2003 Loyola University Chicago
 (The effects of amphetamine linked with rehabilitation on functional recovery and neuroanatomical plasticity following sensorimotor cortex lesions in adult rats.)
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Ramic M. (2013) A case of persistent genital arousal disorder successfully treated with topiramate in a physically healthy individual. The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. 74: 693
Ramic M, Emerick AJ, Bollnow MR, et al. (2006) Axonal plasticity is associated with motor recovery following amphetamine treatment combined with rehabilitation after brain injury in the adult rat. Brain Research. 1111: 176-86
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