We have a new paper in Brain, in which Katalin is first author. It reveals mechanistic insights into processes which restore myelination following spinal contusion injury. It’s also open access!
Our latest paper, in which Thanos is first author, is out in Nature Scientific Reports.
It was also featured in a ThermoFisher scientific blog.
Our latest publication, published in Experimental Neurology is available via open access here .
Following our discovery that chondroitinase gene therapy is beneficial in treatment of experimental thoracic spinal cord injury, we extend these findings to a clinically relevent model of cervical spinal cord injury and demonstrate significant improvements in upper limb function.
Welcome to new PhD student Ellen, funded by a Spinal Research Nathalie Rose Barr studentship. Ellen will be working to combine physical and electrical neurorehabilitation techniques to improve upper limb functions after spinal cord injury.
Nick, Merrick and Emily attended the National School for Advanced Studies course on Spinal Cord Injury.