Alaa M Albishi, Ph.D

Rehabilitation sciences King Saud University (Saudi Arabia) 
Neuroplasticity, Neuroimaging, Brain stimulation and Neurorehabilitation
"Alaa Albishi"

I am an assistant professor and neurorehabilitation consultant at King Saud University. My research interests are to investigate human movement to enhance motor function, prevent injury, and improve quality of life. Specifically, I examine neurophysiological factors associated with motor control and learning in healthy individuals and individuals with neurological dysfunctions such as Stroke and Parkinson's. My research utilizes various imagining and brain stimulation techniques to examine different brain-behavioral relationships. I am currently conducting multiple clinical trials investigating the neurophysiological and functional changes associated with combining neurostimulation and neurorehabilitation paradigms for patients with neurological disorders.

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Albishi AM. (2023) Why do different motor cortical areas activate the same muscles? Brain Structure & Function. 228: 2017-2024
Hegarty AK, Yani MS, Albishi A, et al. (2020) Salience network functional connectivity is spatially heterogeneous across sensorimotor cortex in healthy humans. Neuroimage. 117177
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