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

COVID-19 and the SCI Community

(June 2020) Among those most seriously affected by COVID-19 are people with neurological injuries and diseases, as they are especially vulnerable to further challenges and health hazards. Our Miami Project scientists are collaborating with University of Miami researchers and lending … Continued

Research Review 2019

Published studies that have passed the test of review by scientific colleagues are a measure of progress. Over the years, Miami Project scientists have been exceptionally productive. All of the published papers contribute important information to move toward the ultimate … Continued

A Moment with Dalton – Dr. Mousumi Ghosh

In this episode of A Moment with Dalton, we talk with Mousumi Ghosh, Ph.D., Research Assistant Professor, Department of Neurological Surgery and The Miami Project. Dr. Ghosh’s research is focused on modulating the innate immune response after CNS injury to … Continued

A Moment with Dalton – Dr. de Rivero Vaccari

In this episode of A Moment with Dalton, we talk with Juan Pablo de Rivero Vaccari, Ph.D., Research Assistant Professor, Department of Neurological Surgery and The Miami Project. Dr. de Rivero Vaccari focuses on understanding early inflammatory events corresponding to … Continued

A Moment with Dalton – Dr. Hassan Al-Ali

In this episode of A Moment with Dalton, we talk with Hassan Al-Ali, Ph.D., M.S.M., Research Assistant Professor, Department of Neurological Surgery and Medicine. Dr. Al-Ali and his team focus on understanding the signaling pathways that regulate axon growth, and … Continued