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Research , Spinal Injury Project
PhD student Matthew Barker is working to improve a cell transplantation therapy to repair the injured spinal cord. He is in his final year of the PhD and is due to finish at the end of 2019. He has made a breakthrough discovery by identifying a new protein that can be used as a tool […]
Dr Sally Martin graduated from the University of London (UK) with a PhD in Molecular and Cellular Biology. She subsequently moved to The University of Queensland, where she worked in both the Institute for Molecular Biosciences and the Queensland Brain Institute, before moving to the laboratory of Prof Wolvetang at the AIBN (Australian Institute for […]
Spinal Injury Project
Associate Professor Jenny Ekberg is our Swedish superstar, and the brains behind cell regeneration! 1) Name / where you’re from? Associate Professor Jenny Ekberg, from Sweden. 2) Current role within the Spinal Injury Project? I am a chief investigator of the Spinal Injury Project , which involves managing part of the project that focuses on […]
A special thanks to Steve Ralph who recently donated $10,000 to the Foundation to help get us one step closer to a cure, who recently wrote to us: On 9 December 2017, I suffered a severed spinal injury, fracturing my C4 vertebrae in a very simple recreational accident, swimming in a pool and hitting my […]
Kate and Rob recently celebrated their 60th birthday at a spectacular birthday party in Italy. In lieu of presents Kate and Rob requested donations to the Perry Cross Spinal Research Foundation. They decided that they did not need any more ‘things’ so chose a charity close to their heart. Five years ago the son of […]
To mark 25 years since Perry’s injury the Foundation hosted the Everything is Possible Gala Dinner on the 23rd March 2019. It was an unforgettable evening with over 750 guests in attendance. “As you may imagine Saturday was a very emotional day for me as it marked 25 years since my injury. I am never […]
Research , Spinal Injury Project
Griffith University is calling on people living with SCI and SCI carers to complete a survey as part of the Spinal Injury Project. Purpose: Exploring perspectives of activity-based therapies for the spinal cord injury (SCI) community. (GU Ref No: 2019/159) Types of volunteers needed: The Griffith University Spinal Injury Project is looking for volunteers (1) with […]

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