Webcast- Knowledge in Motion Series- New Advances in Research for Recovery after SCI 6-13-13
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Jeffrey Macklis, MD, Harvard Stem Cell Institute
Lisa McKerracher, PhD, BioAxone Biosciences Inc.
Angus McQuilken, Massachusetts Life Sciences Center
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Participants will understand how the corticospinal nerve injury contributes to SCI disabilities, and how it might be repaired.
Participants will learn about the state’s 10-year, $1-billion Life Sciences Initiative and its relevance to the SCI community.
Participants will understand what new treatment options based on biomaterials will be available for SCI patients in the near future.
Participants will learn about the current state of drug development to treat SCI
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