At the 21st Spinal Research Network Meeting, we had the pleasure of speaking with Grégoire Courtine to hear more about the development of neurotechnologies for spinal cord injuries, including how close we might be to turning this rehabilitation paradigm into a treatment in the clinic.
Ahead of its annual congress, The European Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis (ECTRIMS) has previewed key sessions at the 32nd edition of the world’s largest congress on multiple sclerosis, taking place from 14–17 September 2016 in London, UK.
In celebration of Neuroscience Nurses Week, we talk to Melissa (Missy) Moreda, Clinical Nurse at Duke Raleigh Hospital in Raleigh, NC, USA and Director at Large for the American Association of Neuroscience Nurses.
New research demonstrates that neuregulin-1 may have a crucial role in driving and enabling endogenous spinal cord repair after injury.
Effects of vigorous walking exercise on core body temperature and inhibitory control in thermosensitive persons with multiple sclerosis
This article investigates the effect of exercise-related changes in core body temperature on cognitive performance in multiple sclerosis.
Findings from a recent study suggest that young girls who suffer a concussive hit to the head during their childhood are more likely to exhibit alcohol dependency later on in life.