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The man himself. He rolls himself up a very steep incline to get to the podium, jokes about how this wouldn’t meet the ADA specs. I’ve been on this journey for a little while, and ultimately I’m incredibly blown away by the evolution … looking back, you would never see a room like this 30... Continue Reading →

Lyn Jakeman will moderate again. This time she’s joined by Brian Kwon, Wolfram Tetzlaff, and Karim Fouad She starts by talking about how the scientific community — having studied regeneration for decades — is in a strange place relative to that focus. Lots of work, lots of time, lots of careers … and not much... Continue Reading →

He can’t hear the first question, blames it on Led Zeppelin in the summer of 1969 … person repeats it: What about improving myelin from dietary changes? (Apparently this is a thing) He says it’s a very good question that needs more study. This makes me slightly crazy. Improving myelin needs more study?! I get... Continue Reading →

Ah, a  German accent … plus, a little mixup in the understanding of the program agenda. I thought I would be talking next to someone talking about cell transplant .. But no. The title of this talk is Locomotor Recovery Following Moderate or Severe Contusive SCI Does Not Require Oligodendrocyte Remyelination. (And that’s not just... Continue Reading →