Tag Archives: Dr. Arthur Brown

Strategies for Regeneration | Arthur Brown |

Dr. Brown will guide a discussion of how the brain is naturally able to recover from damage through the process of neuroplasticity – the ability to rewire circuits, so as to compensate for lost function. Further delving in to his … Continue reading

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An informative CSPG article out of Robarts Research Institute

One of the important strategies that labs have been focusing on for spinal cord injury has been how to best deal with CSPG (chondroitin sulfate proteoglycans) commonly known as the scar that builds up at the site of injury (lesion) … Continue reading

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Accelerating Medical Discoveries at Robart Research with Dr. Arthur Brown

Dr. Arthur Brown discusses his passion for spinal cord injury research, what his lab is currently working on and how he hopes to see his research impact spinal cord injury in the future.  The body’s response to spinal cord injury … Continue reading

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Dr. Arthur Brown, PhD – Targeting gene regulation to promote plasticity and repair.

Dr. Arthur Brown, PhD, Scientist, Robarts Research Institute, Associate Professor, Anatomy and Cell Biology, Western University. Targeting gene regulation to promote plasticity and repair in the injured spinal cord. Published on Nov 26, 2012 by WesternUniversity

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