The future of medical science can be found at Southeast Missouri State University.
Dr. Santaneel Ghosh of the Physics and Engineering Physics Department is conducting cellular research with a variety of Southeast students. The students are developing nano-particles that could aid victims of spinal cord injuries.
180 Medical recently announced the 2013 recipients of the 180 Medical Scholarships, developed to honor young adults with spinal cord injuries, spina bifida, transverse myelitis, and/or a neurogenic bladder who pursue goals of higher education. A $1,000 college scholarship has been given to five students attending a two-year, four-year, or graduate school program full time in the fall.
Oklahoma City, OK (PRWEB) 180 Medical is honored to offer a scholarship program to help those with spinal cord injuries, spina bifida, transverse myelitis, and/or a neurogenic bladder.
A yearlong workshop at the Magee Rehabilitation Hospital in Philadelphia is connecting people with mobility disabilities to a growing field in need of new professionals — computer science.
It’s called Project ENABLE and pays participants to train in computer programming and related topics.
Funding comes from the National Science Foundation.
This week students are learning to design their own smartphone apps. In past workshops, they programmed robots.
Christopher O’Rourke, 23, of Gibbsboro, N.J., suffered a spinal cord injury during a 2010 motorcycle accident. He now uses a wheelchair.
Hands-Free Harmonica is the only harmonica instruction program specializing in teaching blues harmonica to people who have sustained a high level spinal cord injury.