Tag Archives: NIH: National Institute of Health

Seeking Feedback on Research Priorities from SCI 2020

The spinal cord injury (SCI) research community has experienced great advances in discovery research, technology development, and promising clinical interventions in the past decade. To build upon these advances and maximize the benefit to persons with SCI, the NIH hosted … Continue reading

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“Spinal Cord Injury Research Support from the National Institutes of Health (NIH)” Lyn Jakeman, PhD

Dr. Jakeman discusses the organization of the NIH and its role in funding of research programs on spinal cord injury and related topics. The talk will include an overview of the landscape of spinal cord injury research program support and … Continue reading

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Two webcast presentation updates of interest…

2014 Regenerative Medicine State of the Industry Briefing – an in-depth analysis of recent developments and the future outlook for the regenerative field webcast can be found HERE. The briefing took place on January 13th in San Francisco, California. National … Continue reading

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