Roberta Brambilla, Ph.D. Publishes Manuscript in Cell Reports

Roberta Brambilla, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Departments of Neurological Surgery and The Miami Project, and colleagues publish Opposing Functions of Microglial and Macrophagic TNFR2 in the Pathogenesis of Experimental Autoimmune Encephalomyelitis in the journal Cell Reports. For several years, Dr. Brambilla … Continued

Dr. Brackett Publishes About Male Infertility After SCI

Nancy L. Brackett, Ph. D., Research Professor, Departments of Neurological Surgery, Urology and The Miami Project, published a study that was a collaboration with colleagues at the São Paulo Federal University in Brazil. The study, titled: Towards Understanding Male Infertility … Continued

The Science and Engineering Fair

Kim Anderson-Erisman, Ph.D., Director of Education, The Miami Project and Research Associate Professor, Department of Neurological Surgery and Coleen M. Atkins, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Neurological Surgery and The Miami Project participated in the Miami Dade Public School’s 63rd … Continued

Effectiveness of Group Wheelchair Skills Training

Effectiveness of Group Wheelchair Skills Training for People with Spinal Cord Injury: A Randomized Controlled Trial Recently, the results of a multicenter study about the effectiveness of Wheelchair Skills Training in groups of people living with spinal cord injuries (SCI) … Continued

Could A Pill Treat Concussion?

UM/The Miami Project Receives $16 Million Grant to Determine if a Cannabinoid Compound can be a Treatment Option for Concussion The goal of finding a treatment for concussion may be one step closer due to a new study being launched … Continued

Industry and Academia: InflamaCORE, LLC

Industry and academia are two very different entities and as such have very different approaches to accomplishing their goals. In academia, the term used for the college and university environment, the main function is to enhance education and research. In … Continued

Are Exoskeletons Ready for Prime Time?

Bionic exoskeletons, battery-powered external bodysuits that walk people with paralysis, can now be found in rehabilitation and research facilities around the world; a few are even available for in-home use. These devices allow people with paralysis due to spinal cord … Continued

Miami Project Receives NIH Grant to Study Axon Regeneration

University of Miami Miller School of Medicine Principal Investigators Kevin Park, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Department of Neurological Surgery and The Miami Project, Vance Lemmon, Ph.D., the Walter G. Ross Distinguished Chair in Developmental Neuroscience and Professor, Department of Neurological Surgery … Continued