- SCI 2020: Launching a Decade for Disruption in Spinal Cord Injury Research
- Three prong approach bridges complete SCI in rodents
- Work towards finding the right stem cell for SCI therapy
- More good news out of UCLA lab on restoring bladder function non-invasive after SCI
- An informative CSPG article out of Robarts Research Institute
- Stem cell lab work continues to show progress
- More concept developments reported from the Courtine lab in Nature
- Working 2 Walk 2018 Registrations Open!
- SCI: MRI shows not all sensation is lost
- Spinal Cord Injury: Is the vagus nerve our neural connectome?
- New strategy with small molecules found for potential complementary therapy to treat SCI
- Worldwide licensing agreement made on peptide developed in Silver laboratory at Case Western Reserve University
- Nick Terrafranca from NeuroRecovery Technologies
- In a Break with Dogma, Myelin Boosts Neuron Growth in Spinal Cord Injuries
- A new microtubule-based approach for augmenting nerve regeneration
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Category Archives: Working 2 Walk Science & Advocacy Symposium
The annual Working 2 Walk symposium is now open for registrations. Mark your calendars for October 19th & 20th, 2018 in Vancouver, Canada. Claim your spot at this LINK. The list of speakers you’ll hear are at this LINK. … Continue reading
Dr. Chet Moritz presentation at Working 2 Walk. Dr. Moritz details how skin surface, epidural, and intraspinal stimulation can activate neural circuits below an injury, leading to either direct muscle contraction or facilitating therapy and enabling volitional movements. We are … Continue reading
Dr. Murray Blackmore W2W 2017 Miami Research in the Blackmore Lab Neurons depend on long axons to communicate with target cells. Neurons in the brain and spinal cord have almost no ability to regenerate axons that are disrupted by injury … Continue reading
This Working 2 Walk 2017 video was taken in Miami Florida. Dr. Reier explained how electrical stimulation to activate silent neural circuits could be used to enhance spinal cord repair. Dr. Reier’s research addresses spinal cord injury (SCI) and repair with … Continue reading
The Working 2 Walk audience asks questions about the presentations given by Ms. Shogren and Dr. Terrafranca.
Ms. Shogren’s Working 2 Walk 2016 video presentation focuses on the clinical application of epidural stimulation, and how it drives neuro recovery when combined with activity based therapies. Carrie Shogren, OTR/L, has worked at Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute since 2001 … Continue reading
In this video below, the Working 2 Walk 2016 audience asks questions about the presentations by Ms. Moynahan and Dr. Huhn. Megan Moynahan, MS, is the Executive Director of the Institute for Functional Restoration (IFR), a non-profit organization based at … Continue reading
The audience at Working 2 Walk 2016 asks questions about the presentations on neuromodulation technologies.
At Working 2 Walk, Dr. Terrafranca explains in this video the details and many facets involved in the commercialization process of a given therapy. Nick Terrafranca, DPM, is CEO of NeuroRecovery Technologies, Inc. (NRT), a cutting edge medical technology company … 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