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Digital Neurosurgery: A Conversation with Dr. Thomas Picht. If you’ve never heard the term digital neurosurgery before, you’re not alone. Listen to this in-depth conversation on your Favorite Podcast > Digital Neurosurgery: A Conversation with Dr. Thomas Picht. If you’ve never heard the term digital neurosurgery before, you’re not alone. Listen to this in-depth conversation on your Favorite Podcast >
Your Opportunity to Make a Difference. Provide support for participants to obtain housing and caregivers during their involvement in research. Give to the NeuroRecovery Fund > Your Opportunity to Make a Difference. Provide support for participants to obtain housing and caregivers during their involvement in research. Give to the NeuroRecovery Fund >
We’re Looking for Problem-Solving Engineers. Are you a creatively experienced Engineer who can not only think outside the box, but also build that box so it benefits the lives of others? Join Our Growing Engineering Core We’re Looking for Problem-Solving Engineers. Are you a creatively experienced Engineer who can not only think outside the box, but also build that box so it benefits the lives of others? Join Our Growing Engineering Core
Give Support and Relief To Those Impacted By The Tornado. The University is offering a GoFundMe page to support those affected. Give the needed help > Give Support and Relief To Those Impacted By The Tornado. The University is offering a GoFundMe page to support those affected. Give the needed help >
Matthew Wetherbee and the MW FUND makes a $10,000 Donation to the NeuroRecovery Support Fund. MW Fund provides financial assistance to further support research initiatives developed for spinal cord injury recovery. Learn about the MW FUND and the good it does > Matthew Wetherbee and the MW FUND makes a $10,000 Donation to the NeuroRecovery Support Fund. MW Fund provides financial assistance to further support research initiatives developed for spinal cord injury recovery. Learn about the MW FUND and the good it does >
$5.5 million for the Kosair Charities Center for Pediatric NeuroRecovery. New funding provided from Kosair Charities for Pediatric Health Programs > $5.5 million for the Kosair Charities Center for Pediatric NeuroRecovery. New funding provided from Kosair Charities for Pediatric Health Programs >
Ashley Williams isregaining movement as a participant in our epidural stimulation trials. Ashley is early in her program and has already experienced improvement. It’s been 12 years, and now she’s moving her arms and legs and performing activities. Hear all about Ashley’s story... Ashley Williams isregaining movement as a participant in our epidural stimulation trials. Ashley is early in her program and has already experienced improvement. It’s been 12 years, and now she’s moving her arms and legs and performing activities. Hear all about Ashley’s story...
Mayo Clinic Epidural Stimulator Survey. Mayo Clinic is seeking volunteers with implated epidural stimulators to participate in a research study, to understand the long term effects of epidural spinal stimulation. Your time will be compensated for in this study. See if you’re eligible to participate: Mayo Clinic Epidural Stimulator Survey. Mayo Clinic is seeking volunteers with implated epidural stimulators to participate in a research study, to understand the long term effects of epidural spinal stimulation. Your time will be compensated for in this study. See if you’re eligible to participate:
New Online Course Open for Registration. Segmental Assessment of Trunk Control (SATCo) SATCo is the only current measure that can quantify different types and intermediate levels of trunk control prior to independent sitting. This highly recommended course developed for all clinicians and researchers who want to learn how to administer and score the SATCo for typically and atypically developing children across diagnostic groups and settings. Register and Learn about this course at NeuroRecovery Learning. New Online Course Open for Registration. Segmental Assessment of Trunk Control (SATCo) SATCo is the only current measure that can quantify different types and intermediate levels of trunk control prior to independent sitting. This highly recommended course developed for all clinicians and researchers who want to learn how to administer and score the SATCo for typically and atypically developing children across diagnostic groups and settings. Register and Learn about this course at NeuroRecovery Learning.