Wednesday, May 12, 2021

Tag: Spinal Cord Injury Research

Search for biomarkers of injury severity to assist patients with spinal cord trauma

A continuation of ongoing effort by Kazan Federal University and its partners saw light in Brain Sciences. The research is conducted by Kazan University’s Open Lab Gene and Cell Technologies (Center for Precision and Regenerative...

Tadpole nerve regeneration capacity provides clue to treating spinal cord injury

Nagoya University researchers have identified a gene that plays a crucial role in regenerating neurons of African clawed frog tadpoles, which has an unusually high capacity for nerve regeneration. Their study, recently published in...

The Miami Project Research Video Library

The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis now offers a video library with access to our updated lectures recorded throughout the academic season. As part of the University of Miami, The Miami Project to Cure...
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Kessler Foundation Awarded Three Grants for Spinal Cord Injury Research Studies

Craig H. Neilsen Foundation supports studies addressing the environmental barriers, chronic pain and racial disparities that affect individuals with spinal cord injury EAST HANOVER, NJ. February 5, 2021. Kessler Foundation scientists received three spinal cord...

Scar-free healing after spinal cord injury relies on specialized cells

One of the reasons people rarely recover from spinal cord injury is the scar tissue that develops, preventing nerve cells from reconnecting. But a new study from Zhigang He, PhD, of the F.M. Kirby...

Researchers discover new path to neuron regeneration after spinal cord injury

Dynamic networks that specialize in the transmission of information generally consist of multiple components, including not only primary processors, like computers, for example, but also numerous support applications and services. The human nervous system...

NervGen’s NVG-291 brings New Hope for People With Spinal Cord Injuries

(NAPSI)—If you or someone you care about is ever among the approximately 17,700 Americans who each year, according to The Journal of American Medical Association, suffer a new spinal cord injury or the hundreds...

Re-engineered enzyme could help reverse damage from spinal cord injury and stroke

A team of researchers from University of Toronto Engineering and the University of Michigan has redesigned and enhanced a natural enzyme that shows promise in promoting the regrowth of nerve tissue following injury. Their new...

Biologist awarded $1.8M to study neuronal reprograming for spinal cord repair

National Institutes of Health grant will enable Hedong Li to focus on role of micorRNAs in the reprogramming process UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Hedong Li, associate research professor of biology, has been awarded $1.8 million...

SciTrialsFinder.net

The trials presented on this website are a subset of those on ClinicalTrials.gov that are for spinal cord injuries and have had features added to them by our expert curators.