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Junhong Zhou, Ph.D.


Hebrew SeniorLife Institute for Aging Research, Harvard Medical School, Roslindale10/2017Aging, Gerontology
Peking University, BeijingPhD07/2015Biomechanics and Medical Engineering
2017 - 2018
Irma and Paul Milstein Program for Senior Health Fellowship Award
Research Award


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  1. K01AG075180 (ZHOU, JUNHONG) Feb 1, 2022 - Jan 31, 2027
    Cortical mechanisms and modulation of somatosensation in older adults with foot sole somatosensory impairments
    Role: Principal Investigator
  2. (Brad Manor) Jul 5, 2017 - Jul 5, 2017
    Cognito Therapeutics
    Sensory Stimulation to Improve Brain Function in Older Adults with Memory Problems: A Feasibility Study
    Role Description: The primary purpose of this study is to inform a future, larger-scale clinical intervention study. Specifically, this study will 1) establish the feasibility of delivering an intervention consisting of a combination of visual, auditory, and/or tactile sensory stimulation to older adults with mild-to-moderate mental impairment, and 2) produce preliminary data on the acute effects of exposure to these sensory modalities on EEG-measured brain activity within this population.
    Role: Co-Investigator
  3. (Brad Manor) May 1, 2017 - Feb 28, 2018
    NFLPA/Harvard Accelerated Research Collaboration
    Kinematic Analysis of TeamStudy Standing and Walking activities
    Role Description: The objective of this project is to examine the effects of performing cognitive “dual tasks” when standing and walking on markers of gait and postural control, as derived from a novel smartphone application, in retired NFL football players.
    Role: Co-Investigator
  4. (Junhong Zhou) Mar 1, 2017 - Mar 1, 2018
    Milstein Medical Asian American Partnership Foundation
    Non-invasive modulation of brain network activity to improve balance in aging and Parkinson’s diease
    Role Description: The aims of this grant are 1) to examine the effects of Parkinson’s disease (PD) on dual-task performance when standing and walking, and 2) to examine the effects of a single-session of “multifocal” t transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) on the dual task costs to the control of standing and walking in older adults with and without PD.
    Role: Principle-Investigator

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Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.