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Miller Limb Lab
The primary goal of the research we do in this lab is to understand the nature of the somatosensory and motor signals within the brain that control our movements, and develop neural interfaces that directly connect the brain of a spinal cord injured patient with the outside world.
Translational Cell Therapy Lab
Studying the relationship between adult stem/progenitor cell dysfunction and age-related degeneration.
Midwest Regional Spinal Cord Injury Care System (MRSCICS)
The Shirley Ryan AbilityLab & Northwestern Memorial (known as the Midwest Regional Spinal Cord Injury Care System) has been chosen by NIDILRR as one of 14 SCI Model System Centers.
Research group using tools from molecular biology, cell biology, histology, genetics, experimental and clinical models to translate our understanding of diseases that primarily affect muscles.
Pediatric Muscle Physiology Lab
We study muscle stem cells in impaired musculoskeletal growth and muscle metabolism in children with cerebral palsy.
Regenerative Neurorehabilitation Laboratory
This lab uses a combination of molecular, biochemical, and electrophysiological assays to study axon regeneration and motor neuron disease with a priority on human preclinical models such as iPSC-neurons.
Neurorehabilitation and Neural Engineering Laboratory
At the Neurorehabilitation and Neural Engineering Laboratory, the goal of our research is to develop improved intervention strategies for gait rehabilitation. Led by P.I. Dr. Jose Pons PhD.
Computerized Motion Analysis Laboratory
This lab offers this sophisticated gait assessment through the use of specialized cameras, computer technology captures and measures muscle activity.
CP patients of all ages have unique functional and therapeutic needs, so we design custom treatment programs.
The Caring for Kids program provides adaptive sport and recreation programs for children with a primary physical disability.
Cameron was camping in Colorado when his life changed forever. He slipped on a rock and hit his head. He was paralyzed and in pain from a spinal cord injury.
Ethan was enjoying his work as a healthcare consultant after graduating from Northwestern. In January 2015 an infection led to a life-changing outcome..