- Regulateable Chondroitinase ABC gene therapy as a treatment for spinal cord injury
- Miracle chemical ‘cocktail’ could cure spinal cord damage
- Combined expression of pro-regenerative transcription factors and transplanted stem cells to promote corticospinal tract regeneration.
- Structural and Functional Substitution of Deleted Primary Sensory Neurons by New Growth from Intrinsic Spinal Cord Nerve Cells: An Alternative Concept in Reconstruction of Spinal Cord Circuits
- U2FP SCI CureCast now includes the 8th episode!
- Chronic SCI: ReNetX Bio Launched to Advance Innovative Neuro-Regenerative Technology Developed at Yale University
- Overexpression of KLF6 in corticospinal tract neurons promotes axon growth after spinal injury
- A potent anti-spastic effect after intrathecal NK1 antisense oligonucleotide or subpial AAV9-NK1-ShRNA delivery in rats with chronic spinal transection-induced muscle spasticity
- Non-Invasive Paired Stimulation and Anklebot Robot to Improve Lower Extremity Motor Recovery in Chronic Spinal Cord Injury
- Spinal cord injury: Using cortical targets to improve motor function
- 43 Disability Protesters outside of Senate Mitch McConnell’s office arrested over proposed severe Medicaid cuts.
- Interaction of reactive astrocytes with type I collagen induces astrocytic scar formation through the integrin–N-cadherin pathway after SCI
- SCI Stem-cell pioneer enters the political field in California
- Patients with Complete Paralysis Show Additional Recovery of Arm, Hand and Finger Function at 9-months After Treatment with Asterias’ AST-OPC1
- Induction of immune tolerance by short-course immunosuppresion after spinal grafting of allogeneic neural precursors in pigs with previous chronic spinal cord traumatic injury.
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Tag Archives: NeuroRecovery Technologies Inc.
We are dedicated to developing disease and injury specific devices to help restore optimal physiology function in individuals suffering with paralysis due to injury and illness. We accomplish this by enabling the reactivation of damaged and dormant neural circuits through … Continue reading
SpinalCure is thrilled to announce that world-renowned neuroscientist, Professor Reggie Edgerton, will be coming to Australia to help establish a ground-breaking neurostimulation initiative for people with spinal cord injury. The neurostimulation project will sit within the newly formed Centre for … Continue reading
Society for Neuroscience Chicago Nanosymposium Advances in SCI Research and Plasticity Presentation Number: 197.08 Support: NIH Grant U01EB015521 Authors: B. JIN1, M. ALAM2, G. GARCIA-ALIAS1, Y. GERASIMENKO1, H. ZHONG1, R. ROY1, D. LU2, *V. EDGERTON1; Serotoninergic agonists have been shown … Continue reading
Non-invasive approaches of neural locomotor network activation in non-injured subjects placed in vertical suspended position
The mammalian lumbar spinal cord has the capability to generate locomotor activity in the absence of input from the brain. Previously, we reported that transcutaneous electrical stimulation of the spinal cord at vertebral level T11 can activate the locomotor circuitry … Continue reading
Epidural spinal cord stimulation improves forelimb reaching and grasping in cervical spinal cord injured rats
Epidural spinal cord stimulation improves forelimb reaching and grasping in cervical spinal cord injured rats Abstract: Electrically enabling motor control (eEmc) via epidural stimulation of spinal cord is a promising therapeutic technique for the recovery of motor function after spinal … Continue reading
Electrophysiological mapping of rat sensorimotor lumbosacral spinal networks after complete paralysis
Society for Neuroscience Chicago 2015 Spinal Cord Injury I SCI and Plasticity NIH U01EB15521, NIH R01EB007615 Electrophysiological mapping of rat sensorimotor lumbosacral spinal networks after complete paralysis Abstract: Stimulation of the spinal cord has been shown to have great potential … Continue reading
RI Seminar: Joel W Burdick : Recovery of Function in Major Spinal Cord Injury with Epidural Stimulation
Joel W Burdick: Professor, California Institute of Technology Abstract Approximately 1,250,000 people in the U.S. suffer from spinal cord injury (SCI), with 400,000 confined to wheel chairs. Not only do the injured lose the ability to stand and walk (and … Continue reading
After the Working 2 Walk Symposium in Seattle, I told everyone I had arranged for an interview with Dr. Reggie Edgerton on People Behind the Science with Dr. Marie McNeely. She hasn’t disappointed us! Tune in to hear the latest … Continue reading
The National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering, which is the primary funding agency for spinal cord stimulation – convened a meeting In Washington DC of stakeholders in the field. Reggie Edgerton, of UCLA, and Susan Harkema, from Louisville, presented … Continue reading
“Neuromodulatory Strategies for Recovery of Sensory-Motor Function after Severe Paralysis”: V. Reggie Edgerton, PhD, UCLA
One of the most anticipated speakers at the Working 2 Walk 2014 Symposium in Seattle Washington was Dr. V. Reggie Edgerton. With 40 years of experience in the field and the known successes with epidural stimulation coming to fruition the … Continue reading