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Biomedical engineer receives NIH Trailblazer grant to advance research on paralysis, brain damage – News-Medical.net

Imagine harnessing the proliferating power of cancer cells to treat spinal cord injuries and restore function following brain damage. It’s an idea that University…

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Imagine harnessing the proliferating power of cancer cells to treat spinal cord injuries and restore function following brain damage. It’s an idea that University of Massachusetts Amherst biomedical engineer Chase Cornelison has been exploring in recent years.
Cornelison’s research has been deemed so promising that he has earned a National Institutes of Health (NIH) Trailblazer Award. The three-year, $400,000 grant for new and early-stage investigators supports research of high interest to the National…

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