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U of L researchers get federal grants for spinal cord research

Published: February 18, 2008

Elizabeth Fust was part of a crowd Monday honoring University of Louisville researchers who won $4.7 million in federal grants. For Fust, the ceremony was more personal, knowing she might someday benefit from the search for new spinal cord injury treatments.

Fust, paralyzed from the waist down since a spinal cord stroke two years ago, said the highly sought grants show cutting-edge research is taking place in her hometown.

“I’m thrilled that I don’t have to go somewhere else in the country … to see this science come to fruition,” the 40-year-old lawyer said in an interview.

For the People

Published: February 18, 2008
For the People
For the People

Spinal Injury attorneys serving Orlando, Tampa, Miami, Fort Myers and Jacksonville and all of Florida. Morgan & Morgan, fighting for the people.

We are a firm that has a reputation for fighting “for the people; not the powerful”.

Sportaid.com

Published: February 18, 2008
Sportaid
Sportaid

Sportaid has a large selection of everyday, sports and manual
wheelchair parts, Urological Products and accessories in the market.

Wheelchairs Site for Manual Sports Everyday Wheelchairs Supplies, Spox Wheels, Wheelchair Accessories, With Over 50 Years Of Customers Service.

We provide racing wheelchairs, rugby wheelchairs and all sorts of independent living resources including catheters and other urological supplies.

Chariots of Destiny

Published: February 18, 2008
Chariots of Destiny
Chariots of Destiny

“Chariots of Destiny”
is an organisation based in Nairobi, Kenya. It was started by Casey
Marenge to create a much-needed difference in the transport sector for
people living with physical disabilities.

After a tragic road accident left Casey quadriplegic [paralyzed from the shoulders down] , and fully dependent on a wheelchair,

Casey
saw the need to start Chariots of destiny with the aim to provide
wheelchair accessible vehicles that would facilitate in the
transportation of people on wheelchairs as well as those with physical
disabilities.