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Neuroscience 2019

Neuroscience 2019 logoA large congregation of our neuroscientists were present at this year’s global neuroscience marketplace to showcase advances in our scientific┬áresearch. We presented over 25 findings, along with 2 full-house presentations on our discoveries in the subject of Chronic Spinal Cord Injury Research.

Explore our list of Adult and Pediatric Chronic Spinal Cord Injury Abstracts presented during the Society of Neuroscience Convention.

Go to the Adult NeuroRecovery Abstracts
Go to the Pediatric NeuroRecovery Abstracts
 

 

Adult NeuroRecovery Abstracts


Lumbosacral spinal cord epidural stimulation reduces systemic inflammation in an individual with neurologically complete chronic SCI


Human spinal circuitry generates intentional individual joint flexion after clinically diagnosed motor complete spinal cord injury with subthreshold lumbosacral epidural stimulation


Effects of epidural stimulation on splanchnic blood flow during tilt induced hypotension in an individual with chronic spinal cord injury


Human spinal networks identified in modulating cardiovascular function independent from other functions


Response of distal colon and rectum to epidural stimulation of the lumbosacral cord in Wistar rats under urethane anesthesia


The human spinal cord can concurrently learn standing and stepping after chronic motor complete spinal cord injury


Neurophysiological markers and machine learning to support the selection of epidural stimulation parameters for standing rehabilitation in humans with chronic motor complete spinal cord injury


Regulation of cardiovascular function with epidural stimulation maintains normative blood pressure responses to bladder distension in individuals with chronic spinal cord injury


Effects of epidural spinal cord stimulation on respiratory motor function in individuals with chronic spinal cord injury


Improved cardiac and circulatory function after epidural stimulation of the lumbosacral spinal cord


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Subthreshold spinal cord epidural stimulation acutely restores voluntary movement control in individuals with motor complete spinal cord injuries


Correlation of radiographic spinal cord parameters with volitional movement after spinal cord epidural stimulation for chronic traumatic spinal cord injury


Documentation of clinical benefits of epidural stimulation and proposal of a new multidimensional outcome measure for individuals with spinal cord injury


Lumbosacral spinal cord epidural stimulation acutely improved cerebral blood flow regulation during orthostatic stress after chronic human spinal cord injury


Expanding target range boundaries: A new measure to evaluate continuous blood pressure stability in individuals with chronic spinal cord injury


Human spinal circuitry can integrate somatic-visceral functions with neuromodulation in individuals diagnosed with motor complete spinal cord injury


Optimizing urinary continence with epidural stimulation after human spinal cord injury


Strengthened descending neural pathways mediate improvements in upper extremity function following transcutaneous electrical stimulation and activity based therapy in an individual with a cervical, complete spinal cord injury


Epidural stimulation of the lumbosacral cord to promote storage and stimulate voiding in urethane-anesthetized transected female rats


Response of distal colon and rectum to epidural stimulation of the lumbosacral cord in Wistar rats under urethane anesthesia


Correlation of radiographic spinal cord parameters with volitional movement after spinal cord epidural stimulation for chronic traumatic spinal cord injury


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Pediatric NeuroRecovery Abstracts


Contribution of trunk muscles to upright sitting with segmental support in children with spinal cord injury


Continuous beat-by-beat blood pressure and heart rate recording to assess autonomic regulation of the cardiovascular system in typically developing and in children with spinal cord injury


Unexpected recovery in a 3 year old with chronic, cervical spinal cord injury and ventilator dependent during activity-based therapy program


Differences in resting state functional connectivity between low and high levels of physical activity in healthy school-aged children


The impact of an activity-based therapy program on pediatric patients with SCI and families


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