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Our mission is to bridge the gap between scientific discovery and clinical application by 1) developing and optimizing promising therapies and 2) improving existing protocols, for the treatment of people with spinal cord injury.
More than 25 years ago, a group of faculty members joined together to study ways of treating spinal cord injury. Today, the SCRC is one of the premier Spinal Cord Injury research centers in the world.
The Lane Lab is exploring the consequences of cervical spinal cord injury and aims to develop treatments to improve recovery.
The Tom Lab is developing strategies to promote recovery of affected behaviors after acute and chronic spinal cord injury.
The Dougherty Lab explores how spinal circuits are organized to produce movements.
Students in the Neuroscience program can earn a master's or PhD, leading to careers in research, academic administration, public policy and more.
April 6 – "Strategies to Restore the Respiratory Neural Circuit after Cervical Spinal Cord Injury": Brittany Charsar, MD/PhD student, Jefferson University (Room 276)
Cancelled - April 13 – Lab research overview: Dr. Megan Detloff (Room G23)
April 20 – Research update: Soha Chhaya (Room G23)
April 27 – Open date
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Computational Neuroscience & Modelling
Robotics & Brain-Computer Interface
Peter Baas (Lab)
Marie-Pascale Côté (External Lab Website)
Kimberly Dougherty (Lab)
Michael Lane (Lab)
Ilya Rybak (Lab)
Veronica Tom (Lab)
Program Project Seminar Series
Department Seminar Series
Student Organized Events
Neuroscience Graduate Program
The Philadelphia Chapter of SfN
Neuroscience Retreat and Research Day, May 16, 8:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Queen Lane, SAC Rooms A and B
Lana Zholudeva and Victoria Spruance won presentation awards at the ISNR meeting this week.
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