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- Growth Hormone Improves Sensory Function in Complete Spinal Injury
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Category Archives: Biomaterials
Montreal, Canada, May 4, 2017 (Newswire.com) – Fortuna Fix Inc. (“Fortuna”), a private, clinical-stage biotech company, is aiming to be the first to eliminate the need for embryonic and fetal stem cells by using direct reprogramming of autologous cells to treat … Continue reading
Rubbery, multifunctional fibers could be used to study spinal cord neurons and potentially restore function. David L. Chandler | MIT News Office Implantable fibers have been an enormous boon to brain research, allowing scientists to stimulate specific targets in the … Continue reading
The audience at the Working 2 Walk Symposium asks questions about the presentations of Dr. Parr and Dr. Aimetti. Alex Aimetti, PhD, is Senior Director, Medical Education and Scientific Support at InVivo Therapeutics. InVivo is a research and clinical-stage biomaterials … Continue reading
InVivo Therapeutics Video Presentation at Alliance for Regenerative Medicine 6th Annual Partnering Forum Tom Ulich, M.D., Chief Scientific Officer, Cambridge, MA (NASDAQ: NVIV)
Dr. Aimetti talks about the clinical and pre-clinical advancements made by InVivo Therapeutics to develop treatments for acute and chronic spinal cord injury. Alex Aimetti, PhD, is Senior Director, Medical Education and Scientific Support at InVivo Therapeutics. InVivo is a … Continue reading
A few months ago, neurosurgeon Jocelyne Bloch emerged from a 10-hour surgery that she hadn’t done before. “Most of my patients are humans,” says Bloch, who works at the Lausanne University Hospital in Switzerland. This patient was a rhesus macaque. … Continue reading
STIMO is a First-in-Man (FIM) study to confirm the safety and feasibility of a closed-loop Epidural Electrical Stimulation (EES) in combination with over ground robot assisted rehabilitation training for patients with chronic incomplete spinal cord injury (SCI). Clinical Trial LINK … Continue reading
The combination of graphene nanoribbons made with a process developed at Rice University and a common polymer could someday be of critical importance to healing damaged spinal cords in people, according to Rice chemist James Tour. The Tour lab has … Continue reading
Miles O’Brien, Science Nation Correspondent & Ann Kellan, Science Nation Producer “Polina Anikeeva hopes to one day be able to regenerate the spinal cord to restore movement for paralyzed people or possibly bypass the spinal cord altogether with a device … Continue reading
Australian scientists hope that a tiny device just 3cm long and a few millimeters wide will enable paralyzed patients to walk again by allowing them to control exoskeletons or bionic limbs with the power of subconscious thought. The new device, … Continue reading