A new study reports researchers have successfully directed stem cell derived neurons to regenerate lost tissue following corticospinal injury in rats.
A new study reports stem cell treatments given one day following spinal cord injury can help prevent certain immune responses that can lead to the loss of bodily functions.
Quadriplegics have a heightened risk of central sleep apnea, a new study reports.
Researchers restore significant bladder function, through nerve regeneration, in rats with severe spinal cord injuries.
A new study reports a single injection of human neural stem cells produce neuronal regeneration and improved the function and mobility of rats impaired by acute spinal cord injuries.
According to new research, the human brain can adapt to treat a relevant prosthetic as a substitute for a person's non-working body part, and not as an extension to their immobile limb.