Golf Legend Jack Nicklaus Hosted the 17th Annual Buoniconti Fund Celebrity Golf Invitational Presented By Tudor Group Jack Nicklaus, the greatest golfer of all time, along with Marc Buoniconti, hosted the 17th Annual Buoniconti Fund Celebrity Golf Invitational Presented by … Continued
The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis was founded in 1985 with the help of Barth A. Green, M.D. and NFL Hall of Fame linebacker Nick Buoniconti after Nick’s son, Marc, sustained a spinal cord injury during a college football game. The Miami Project is a Center of Excellence at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. It is considered the premier investigative research program conducting cutting edge discovery, translational, and clinical investigations targeting spinal cord and brain injuries. Since its inception, research at The Miami Project has changed the landscape of knowledge and therapeutic strategies for spinal cord and traumatic brain injury.
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The Buoniconti family merged with the spinal cord injury community and became ONE with the same goal – curing paralysis.
- Nick Buoniconti
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Mark S. Nash, Ph.D., FACSM, Professor of Neurological Surgery, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, and Physical Therapy, and Principal Investigator for the Miami Project to Cure Paralysis has been awarded a Paralyzed Veterans Association grant. The grant from the Paralyzed Veterans … Continued
Mark S. Nash, Ph.D., FACSM, Professor of Neurological Surgery, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, and Physical Therapy at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine was recently selected by the Board of Governors of the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine … Continued
On behalf of The Miami Project Executive Committee, including Barth A. Green, M.D., Marc Buoniconti, W. Dalton Dietrich, Ph.D., and Allan D. Levi, M.D., Ph.D., we are pleased to announce that Mr. John Fox has accepted the position as the … Continued
We all know that spinal cord injury (SCI) affects numerous body systems after injury. Loss of walking function is not the only consequence of SCI. Also affected are bladder function, bowel function, sexual function, immune system function, autonomic nervous system … Continued