Washington University School of Medicine
Dr. Wong’s research focuses on using mobile technologies, neurobehavioral and patient-reported assessments to understand neuro-recovery as a set of dynamic processes, in which cognition, mood and daily behaviors are individually organized and vary across time. Understanding these complex connections within and across individuals with neurological conditions, particularly individuals with stroke, will guide the development and testing of personalized interventions for precision targets in rehabilitation. Other research efforts include: testing a patient engagement intervention, measuring activities in stroke patients with machine learning, and chemotherapy-related cognitive impairments. He is also part of the team building a rehabilitation outcomes database in China and serves as the PI of the stroke registry at Washington University.