Dr. Oswald Steward, PhD. Presents at Working 2 Walk 2012

These online video presentations from the W2W 2012 symposium are only made possible through your generous
contributions to U2FP.

“Regenerating Functions that Mediate Motor Function after Spinal Cord Injury”

Dr. Steward’s research focuses on how nerve cells create and maintain their connections with each other, how these “synapses” are modified by experience and injury, and what genes play a role in nerve cell regeneration, growth and function. At Working 2 Walk, Dr. Steward explained the current status of RIRC’s and other labs’ work with PTEN and SOCS3 as a means of spurring regeneration.


U2FP is comprised of individuals with a personal stake in advancing therapies to treat chronic SCIs and we would like for you to join our efforts and support this research. The results of this research will be reviewed by U2FP’s Scientific Advisory Board for recommendations. Meanwhile, you can support the work of this collaboration by donating to the U2FP Research Fund. Updates on how funds are spent and lab results will be published on the U2FP.org website.

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