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Inspiring New Thinking to Restore Function after Spinal Cord Injury: Gregoire Courtine

Functional restoration after SCI has been interpreted as the need to promote long-distance regeneration. More immediate strategies may exploit spared circuitries, inspiring new thinking for therapeutic designs. GrĂ©goire Courtine was trained in Mathematics and Physics, but received his PhD degree … Continue reading

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