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NEW YORK, NY (Broadwayworld.com) – Dance/NY and its program partners Gibney and Spaceworks invite you to apply for the Disability. Dance. Artistry. Residency Program, made possible by the generous support of the Craig H. Neilsen Foundation and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs CreateNYC Disability Forward Fund. Through the Craig H. Neilsen Foundation, Dance/NYC will award residences to up to six (6) dance artists with spinal cord injury (SCI) and/or dance ensembles working with artists with SCI.
CLEVELAND, OH (EurekAlert!) – Millions of people worldwide are living with chronic spinal cord injuries, with 250,000 to 500,000 new cases each year – most from vehicle crashes or falls. The most severe spinal cord injuries completely paralyze their victims and more than half impair a person’s ability to breathe.
WASHINGTON, DC (EurekAlert) – An investigational brain-computer interface (BCI) can enable people with paralysis to directly operate an off-the-shelf tablet device by thinking about making cursor movements and clicks, according to a study published November 21, 2018 in the open access journal PLOS ONE by Paul Nuyujukian, Jose Albites-Sanabria, and Jad Saab from the BrainGate consortium, USA, and colleagues.
GRAND RAPIDS, MI (Rapid Growth Media.com) – For the past 10 years or so, the rest of the state and country has begun taking notice of Grand Rapid’s rapidly evolving healthcare ecosystem. By doubling down on home-grown talent and collecting doctors and researchers from across the country and the world, Grand rapids companies, nonprofits, and educational institutions are quickly creating a world-class center for medical knowledge.
PHILADELPHIA, PA (The Inquirer Daily News Philly.com) – Marion Murray, 81, of Wayne, a prominent spinal cord researcher who cofounded the Drexel University College of Medicine Spinal Cord Research Center, died Sunday, Sept 9, following complications of esophageal cancer. Dr. Murray led spinal cord research at Drexel for more than 30 years.
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH (Construction EquipmentGuide.com) – University of Utah Health is undergoing new expansions that will let it better serve the growing population of Utah and better train the next generation of health care professionals. The new buildings will improve science, training and care services to bring world-class health to more patients in Utah and beyond.
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