Katie Gant, Ph.D.
Director of Education and Outreach
Katie Gant, PhD, is the Director of Education and Outreach at The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis and Associate Scientist in the Department of Neurological Surgery at The University of Miami Miller School of Medicine.
Katie joined The Miami Project in 2007 as a researcher in the neuromuscular physiology laboratory, studying the properties of paralyzed muscles following spinal cord injury in humans and animal models. As a doctoral student in biomedical engineering, her research focused on restoring control of hand movements to people with cervical-level spinal cord injury using brain-computer interfaces.
She currently manages the Schwann cell clinical trials and serves as a co-investigator on numerous clinical studies. She also oversees the education and outreach programs at The Miami Project.
One of her primary goals is to encourage interactions between the spinal cord injury community, researchers, and clinicians to ensure that The Miami Project’s scientific efforts translate to meaningful improvements.
Katie Gant, Ph.D
- The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis
1095 NW 14th Terrace (R-48)
Miami, FL 33136
- (305) 243-7108
- (305) 243-3913
EEG-controlled functional electrical stimulation for hand opening and closing in chronic complete cervical spinal cord injury
For any inquiries about the clinical research programs at The Miami Project, please contact the Education Department at 305-243-7108 or email@example.com.
Kim Anderson, Ph.D., the Director from 2010 to February, 2018 has joined the faculty at Case Western Reserve as Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Case Western Reserve University, MetroHealth System, in Cleveland, Ohio.