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Last year’s inaugural poster session at our symposium in Minneapolis was such a success that we wanted to build on it this year. And thanks to the collaborative support of our title sponsor, The Emory Neurotrauma Translational Research Center (ENTiRe), we are excited to once again offer a poster session as part of the agenda at this year’s 19th Annual Symposium (September 27-28, 2024) at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis. This year’s posters will be presented exclusively by...

Registration for U2FP’s Annual Science & Advocacy Symposium is officially open! Bring your point of view: We are all looking at the problem of spinal cord injury from our own unique perspective. Let’s listen and learn from each other so we can build a collaborative vision that helps bring recovery after SCI.

Where are we? Where have we been? Where are we going? And how do we get there together? These are the questions we’ll be asking at this year’s 19th Annual Science & Advocacy Symposium, happening in Atlanta, Georgia on September 27-28, 2024 (registration opens this Friday, May 17th). But we are going to be asking these questions with the understanding that your point of view is a critical piece of the...

Today we’re talking with Dennis Bourbeau. Dennis is a highly regarded clinical and academic researcher in the area of bowel/bladder/and sexual function. Dr. Bourbeau gives us an update on his work, specifically in bladder control devices. We also discuss the critical importance of connecting with and understanding the patient population, the process of getting a device to the market, and...