Daily Court Reporter - News Spinal cord circuit that controls body movement focus of Wright State neuroscience research
Spinal cord circuit that controls body movement focus of Wright State neuroscience research
Jim Hannah, Wright State University
Obeidat is studying a spinal cord circuit involved in controlling body movement. His goal is to increase or restore movement to victims who suffer paralysis from combat, traffic accidents or other trauma by chemically manipulating the smaller circuits in the spinal cord.
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Date Published: October 26, 2012