Tag Archives: UC San Diego

Joseph Ciacci, M.D.: Neural Stem Cell Clinical Trial for Chronic SCI at Sanford Stem Cell Clinical Center

Joseph Ciacci, MD and Eric Ahrens, Ph.D. UC San Diego Joseph Ciacci, M.D., Clinical Professor of Surgery, UC San Diego; Chief of Neurosurgery, VA San Diego Healthcare System Eric Ahrens, Ph.D., Professor of Radiology & Director, Stem Cell Molecular Imaging, … Continue reading

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“The Role of Peripheral Nerve Surgery in Restoring Motor Control Following Neurotrama” – Dr. Justin M. Brown

Justin M. Brown, MD, Assistant Professor and Director, Neurosurgery Peripheral Nerve Program, UC San Diego. Justin M. Brown, MD, Co-Director of the Center for Neurophysiology and Restorative Neurology, is a member of an international scientific group that is exploring techniques … Continue reading

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Neural Stem Cells Regenerate Axons in Severe Spinal Cord Injury

New relay circuits, formed across sites of complete spinal transaction, result in functional recovery in rats. Mark Tuszynski, MD, PhD, professor in the UC San Diego Department of Neurosciences and director of the UCSD Center for Neural Repair will be … Continue reading

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