Kinase Discovered that Targets Neuroprotection and Regeneration

(December 2020) Miami Project / University of Miami Miller School of Medicine researchers, as part of a collaboration with a UM-based biotechnology spin off, Truvitech LLC, and scientists from University of California, San Diego, University of California, Davis, University of … Continued

Remote Exposure to Neurotrauma Research

(December 2020) Ever wanted to learn more about the neurotrauma research underway at The Miami Project?  Now is your chance because The Miami Project is offering a Remote Exposure to Neurotrauma Research Program.  This is a fully remote, “do at … Continued

4th Annual Neural Engineering Symposium

The Institute for Neural Engineering at the University of Miami hosted more than 200 neuroscientists and biomedical engineers from leading institutions across the State of Florida during the virtually-held 4th Neural Engineering Research Symposium on October 26th and 27th of … Continued

Inspiratory Muscle Training in SCI

A Case for Inspiratory Muscle Training in SCI : Potential Role as a Preventative Tool in Infectious Respiratory Diseases Like COVID-19 Manuscript Demonstrates that a Home-Based Respiratory Muscle Training Program Can be Beneficial to Strengthen the Respiratory System to Help … Continued

A Moment with Dalton – Dr. Damien Pearse

In this episode of A Moment with Dalton, we talk with Damien D. Pearse, Ph.D., The John M. and Jocelyn H.K. Watkins Distinguished Chair in Cell Therapies, Professor, Department of Neurological Surgery and The Miami Project. Dr. Pearse’s lab is … Continued

The Miami Project 2019 Research Review

The Miami Project Research Review magazine is available now in digital format.  This issue includes updates from our laboratories, including how our scientists have adapted their strategies for reaching the community during a pandemic.  Read about new cell-based strategies targeting … Continued

Undergraduate Remote Summer Research Program

Typically, The Miami Project is buzzing with activity during the summer, as young trainees bring fresh excitement to our laboratories. Each summer, these trainees contribute to our scientific mission, while developing their neuroscience knowledge and laboratory skills. For many, this … Continued