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Memorial Day Weekend marks the unofficial start of summer! Please be careful this weekend & use caution when on the road & on the water.
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The latest edition of The Project magazine is the 2014 Research Review/Winter 2015, which highlights the work completed TMP scientists during 2014. Our feature article focuses on the new Phase I clinical trial testing the safety of Schwann cell transplantation in individuals living with chronic spinal cord injury (SCI). This edition includes additional stories so don’t miss it! 
Home > News & Media > Publications > Research Reviews. RESEARCH REVIEWS. Published studies that have passed the test of review by scientific colleagues are a measure of progress. Over the years, Miami Project scientists have been exceptionally productive. All of the published papers contribute ...
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Traveling through Miami International Airport (MIA) this Memorial Day Weekend? Look out for these donation boxes at the register in the shops, donate your spare change & help us get closer to our goal to Cure Paralysis!
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 Fantastic The New York Times​ article on TMP patient Lais Souza​:
PARK CITY, Utah — It was just the top of a mountain, but to Laís Souza, poised on her skis a little more than a year ago at the start of the breathtaking run known as Double Jack, it felt like the most thrilling place on earth. At 25, Souza was one of Brazil's best gymnasts, a tiny two-time ...
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TMP clinical researchers currently have multiple research studies available for people who have had a spinal cord injury. They are investigating questions regarding exercise science, rehabilitation training, pain, male fertility, aging, deep brain stimulation, Schwann cells, & stem cells. Learn more about these studies & how you can participate.
W. Dalton Dietrich, Ph.D. Barth A. Green, M.D. · Kim Anderson-Erisman, Ph.D. Coleen Atkins, Ph.D. Nagi Ayad, Ph.D. John R. Bethea, Ph.D. John Bixby, Ph.D. Nancy L. Brackett, Ph.D., HCLD · Roberta Brambilla, Ph.D. Helen M. Bramlett, Ph.D. M. Ross Bullock, M.D., Ph.D. Mary Bartlett Bunge, Ph.D.
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See the Special Gift That Paralyzed Bride Rachelle Friedman Chapman Received from Her Surrogate
Rachelle Friedman Chapman, 29, was paralyzed from the chest down after a freak accident at her May 2010 bachelorette party
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TMP clinical researchers currently have multiple research studies available for people who have had a spinal cord injury. They are investigating questions regarding exercise science, rehabilitation training, pain, male fertility, aging, deep brain stimulation, Schwann cells, & stem cells. Learn more about these studies & how you can participate.
W. Dalton Dietrich, Ph.D. Barth A. Green, M.D. · Kim Anderson-Erisman, Ph.D. Coleen Atkins, Ph.D. Nagi Ayad, Ph.D. John R. Bethea, Ph.D. John Bixby, Ph.D. Nancy L. Brackett, Ph.D., HCLD · Roberta Brambilla, Ph.D. Helen M. Bramlett, Ph.D. M. Ross Bullock, M.D., Ph.D. Mary Bartlett Bunge, Ph.D.
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We love this photo via Matt Scott "Life's short. Crowd surf!"
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In case you missed this in yesterday’s print edition of the NYT, check out this article on Brazilian Olympian & TMP patient, Lais Souza​, with insight from our incredible Dr. Barth Green:
“It was the most unbelievably heartbreaking thing I’ve ever heard in my life — someone’s desperation when they can’t move.”
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Congratulations to Beula Amador, the daughter of our late Maria Amador, for graduating from the University of Miami. Yesterday, Beula dedicated one of her graduation stoles to Marc Buoniconti.
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Join the Philadelphia Chapter of TBF for the 3rd Annual Dolce Vita Night at Nunzio Ristorante Rustico​ on 5/15 
Baltimore - Washington DC Chapter · Boston Chapter · Charleston Chapter · Chicago Chapter · Cleveland Chapter · Miami Chapter · Nashville Chapter · New York City Chapter · Orlando Chapter · Palm Beach - Broward Chapter · Philadelphia Chapter · Pittsburgh Chapter · Southeast Michigan Chapter ...
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Our friend & supporter James "Woody" Beckham, who is restricted to a wheelchair, has found independence with the help of the "Woody Pack," a kit filled with helpful items he uses day to day: 
MIAMI -- A South Florida student has created the tools he needs to succeed, despite being paralyzed and wants to share them with others in a similar situation.
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The world’s most comprehensive spinal cord injury research center located in Miami, Florida
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In 1985, Barth A. Green, M.D. & NFL Hall of Fame linebacker Nick Buoniconti helped found The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis after Nick’s son, Marc, sustained a spinal cord injury during a college football game.Today, The Miami Project is the world’s most comprehensive spinal cord injury research center and a designated Center of Excellence at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. The Miami Project’s international team is housed in the Lois Pope LIFE Center & includes more than 250 scientists, researchers & clinicians who take innovative approaches to the challenge of spinal cord injury. Committed to finding a cure for paralysis resulting from spinal cord injury & to seeing millions worldwide walk again, the Buoniconti family established The Buoniconti Fund to Cure Paralysis in 1992, a non-profit organization devoted to assisting The Miami Project achieve its national & international goals.