Research surrounding the assessment and management of recovery after neural damage is a constantly evolving area that today requires the early convergence of clinical and technical perspectives. The objective of the SSNR is to provide in depth education on advanced procedures for neurorehabilitation of motor dysfunction following stroke, spinal cord injury, and cerebral palsy, covering practical applications based on innovative neuroprosthetic systems, robotic interfaces and other combinational approaches.

The Summer School on Neurorehabilitation was founded in 2011 and it has been held annually from then, excepting the editions 2020-2021 that was cancelled due to the COVID crisis. In total, the SSNR has organised 9 editions, counting with more than 100 Plenary Speakers and more than 1000 students that presented around 200 contributions.

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