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Paralysis research

The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis is the world’s most comprehensive spinal cord injury (SCI) research center.  Located at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, The Miami Project is a designated Center of Excellence.  Miami Project’s researchers are looking at novel ways to solve the problem of paralysis.

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The Miami Project Impact

What types of clinical trials and studies are available? How does a potential research volunteer become involved?

Learn more about The Miami Project’s FDA-approved clinical trials.

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Learn more about clinical trials

The chronic spinal cord injury trial is evaluating Schwann cell transplantation in combination with an extensive rehabilitation protocol.

- Drs. Barth A. Green, W. Dalton Dietrich and Allan D. Levi

Webinars

Dr. Kim Anderson has partnered with Ms. Jennifer French to create webinars for United Spinal Association‘s webinar series. The webinars focus on topics of interest to the spinal cord injury community and highlight existing information and technology readily available to enhance function or reduce secondary complications.

Recent News

Effectiveness of Group Wheelchair Skills Training

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

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The Faces of Paralysis

Paralysis does not discriminate

 

 

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