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When granted anonymity in focus groups, physicians let their guards down and shared opinions consistent with experiences of many people with disabilities.
When one partner is disabled and the other isn’t, getting married could mean giving up lifesaving health care and benefits from the government.
Postdoctoral research scientist, Dr. Windor Ting, joins the Movement Recovery Lab.
Medical resident, Dr. Michelle Corkrum, joins the Movement Recovery Lab.
Dr. Carmel and the Movement Recovery Laboratory publish“Spinal cord associative plasticity improves forelimb sensorimotor function after cervical injury” in Brain: A Journal of Neurology.
Chisom Enwere, a first year medical student at Columbia, and Tyler McCormick, neuroscience undergrad and the University of Pennsylvania, join WFCPC for the summer.
WFCPC and the Columbia Neonatal Neurodevelopmental Follow-Up Program, in conjunction with CPF, have instituted an early detection program for cerebral palsy.
The Movement Recovery Laboratory, part of the Weinberg Family Cerebral Palsy Center at Columbia University Medical Center, was awarded a grant from NIH to improve movement after paralyzing injury.
Hal and Linda Ritch recently made a generous donation to the Weinberg Family Cerebral Palsy Center (WFCPC) at Columbia University Irving Medical Center.
The Movement Recovery Laboratory at the Columbia University Weinberg Family Cerebral Palsy Center, has recently been awarded a Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) grant.