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I came across a paper a couple of weeks ago, from the lab of Angelo Lepore, Assistant Professor of Neuroscience at Thomas Jefferson University Medical College. First author is Aditi Falnikar. The lab concentrates on astrocytes, glutamate and spinal cord injury. more...
Posted by Sam Maddox on Spinal Cord Injury Research Oct 21, 2014 3:38 PM EDT
A research paper was published by the UCLA-based Reggie Edgerton lab this week with what the authors describe as “substantial” clinical relevance for people living with spinal cord injury. The work, titled “Initiation of Bladder Voiding with Epidural Stimulation in Paralyzed, Step Trained Rats,” appeared in the... more...
Posted by Sam Maddox on Spinal Cord Injury Research Oct 17, 2014 4:36 PM EDT
If anyone had told me that there was something "special" about using a wheelchair when I first became paralyzed about 27 years ago, I would have told them that they didn't know what they were talking about. The situation I faced at that time was unknown, challenging and even a bit frightening.  It is important to understand that when... more...
Posted by Michael Collins on Life After Paralysis Oct 16, 2014 3:46 PM EDT

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