Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute
The Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute (MRRI) was founded in 1994 to consolidate the many research activities at MossRehab and to foster new initiatives in rehabilitation research. Under the direction of Dylan Edwards, PhD, director, and Laurel Buxbaum, PsyD, associate director, MRRI sponsors interdisciplinary research aimed at improving human function and adaptation to disability. Research is an important part of treatment, often leading the way to new advances and innovations in medical rehabilitation. Research activities within MRRI help maintain MossRehab’s excellence by attracting the best staff and bringing new medical and technological developments to patients with disabilities.
MRRI's Research Laboratories
Learn about MRRI's research endeavors by clicking the links below:
Programs and Innovations
Since its creation, MRRI has pioneered many new programs and resources designed to assist with the rehabilitation of individual with disabilities. Learn about some of these programs by clicking the links below:
Visit the MRRI website for more information on its mission and vision.