A Moment with Dalton – Dr. Dan Liebl

In this episode of A Moment with Dalton we catch up with Daniel J. Liebl, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Neurological Surgery and The Miami Project.  Dr. Liebl discusses his two decades at The Miami Project and University of Miami Miller … Continued

On the Edge of Discovery

Miami Project investigators unlock a novel mechanism for treating SCI The Miami Project scientists are working hard to make sure that their science is not only solid and novel, but, more importantly, translatable.  With the increasing costs of drug discovery, … Continued

A Moment with Dalton – Dr. Katie Gant

We want to introduce a new periodic segment called A Moment with Dalton. From time to time, our Scientific Director, W. Dalton Dietrich, Ph.D., will sit down with a member of our faculty or one of our researchers to hear … Continued

New Studies Using BrainQ

Since The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis was founded more than 30 years ago, our scientists have been focused on restoring function to people with spinal cord injury (SCI). Although our research strategies are constantly evolving, improving transmission within the … Continued

Taking on Spinal Cord Injury

After spinal cord injury (SCI), damage within the central nervous system triggers a natural cascade of events to protect surrounding tissue and repair the damaged spinal cord. The immune system mobilizes a sophisticated army of biological warfare specialists to the … Continued

Transforming Thoughts to Movement

Transforming Thoughts to Movement Using a Brain-Machine Interface Offers New Hope for Spinal Cord Injury Patients What if paralyzed limbs could move using only the power of one’s thoughts? Borrowing a story line from the realm of science fiction, a … Continued

Nerve Regeneration Genes Discovered

Spinal cord injury (SCI) results in damage to the cells that transmit electrical signals (neurons) between the brain and the body. Different types of neurons in the central nervous system (CNS) respond differently to an injury. Most neurons die following … Continued

Turbo Charging Discovery with High-Content Screening

High-content screening (HCS) may seem like an esoteric term to many in the general public.  For researchers across the globe, like Vance Lemmon, Ph.D., the Walter G. Ross Distinguished Chair in Developmental Neuroscience, Professor, Department of Neurological Surgery and The … Continued