Welcome our new neuromodulation scholar, Dr. Jacqueline Palmer to the MnDRIVE Brain Conditions team! Her home department is the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine. Dr. Palmer’s research aims to understand the neurophysiologic and neuromechanical control of balance and mobility and the effects of aging and age-related neuropathology such as stroke. Her lab uses multimodal functional neuroimaging approaches (e.g. TMS-EEG), biomechanical analyses, and noninvasive brain stimulation (e.g TMS) to identify and modulate brain networks involved in balance and walking. Additionally, her lab is investigating the link between cerebrovascular brain health, brain function, and the brain’s capacity for neuroplasticity to optimize treatment for balance and mobility disorders in older adults and people after stroke.