Intensive Rehabilitation Trial

The Intensive Rehabilitation Trial funded by PCSRF will begin in early 2021 and is the next step towards finding a cure for paralysis.  Our goal is to conduct a Human Clinical Trial as part of the Spinal Injury Project and restore movement in people suffering with paralysis. However, before we can do this, we need […]

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Nerve Bridge Project – Spinal Injury Project

In September 2019 the Perry Cross Spinal Research Foundation announced it will provide an additional $86,666 in funding to Griffith University’s  Spinal Injury Project as part the the “Nerve Bridge Project” The funds provided supported the development of a new generation of nerve bridges to repair the injured spinal cord. The Spinal Injury Project team […]

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Cleaning Up the Injury Site

This project, led by Assoc Prof Jenny Ekberg is about analysing how cells isolated from the nose – known as olfactory ensheathing cells (OECs) – can clean up the ‘debris’ and bacteria that surrounds them. Up until now, the Spinal Injury Project has been focused around using the cells to create a 3D bio-degradable nerve […]

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Repairing the Injured Spinal Cord with Olfactory Glia Transplantation

In 2019, PCSRF  was proud to provide a funding grant of $28,000 for PhD student Matt Barker for the project “Repairing the injured spinal cord with Olfactory Glia Transplantation” as part of the Spinal Injury Project at Griffith University. Matthew Barker is a mature age student who graduated from Griffith University majoring in Structural Biology […]

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