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Michael Lane

Michael Lane, PhD

Assistant Professor, Department of Neurobiology and Anatomy

College of Medicine



Lane is an expert in spinal cord injury and a member of Drexel's Spinal Cord Research Center. In particular, his research focuses on respiratory dysfunction and spontaneous recovery. Employing a range of electrophysiological, behavioral and neuroanatomical methods, the goal of his research team is to develop and test therapeutic strategies to enhance spontaneous neuroplasticity and lasting functional recovery. Among those therapeutic approaches being tested are intraspinal cell transplantation and rehabilitative strategies.

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