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    Innovative Solutions for Spinal Cord Injury, Paralysis, & Neuropathy Symposium

    Innovative Solutions for Spinal Cord Injury, Paralysis, & Neuropathy Symposium


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    http://www.jerseyshoreuniversitymedi...CordInjury.cfm

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    Dr. Wise Young will give an update on the latest in spinal cord research. I wish I can be there and meet Dr. Young in person, give him a warm hug and a big kiss!


    http://keck.rutgers.edu/calendar/calendar.html

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    Update then manoli to us

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    My question is, what did wise talk about his research today?

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    It's today.


    New Jersey-Compelling Hope Symposium for Clinicians
    Tom Scott



    World-renowned surgeon Dr. Shaocheng Zhang, of Changhai Hospital, Shanghai, will make his first visit to the USA at the end of October. Dr. Zhang has rerouted peripheral nerves to restore function in hundreds of patients with spinal cord injuries, a procedure not currently done in the United States.

    Dr. Zhang is a featured guest at the symposium Innovative Solutions for Spinal Cord Injury, Paralysis and Neuropathy, which takes place on November 5th at the Heldrich Hotel, New Brunswick, NJ. The symposium is being hosted by The Center for the Treatment of Paralysis and Reconstructive Nerve Surgery at Jersey Shore University Medical Center.

    The symposium provides a global forum for the world’s most renowned paralysis and nerve surgical specialists to discuss and explore the newest, most innovative approaches to nerve and paralysis injury treatment.

    The symposium includes Andrew Elkwood, MD, Russell Ashinoff, MD, Michael Rose, MD, Matthew Kaufman, MD, Tushar Patel, MD of The Institute for Advanced Reconstruction in Shrewsbury, NJ. Dr. Elkwood is also Course Director, Center for the Treatment of Paralysis and Reconstructive Nerve Surgery at Jersey Shore University Medical Center. He will expose health care providers to the most advanced new thought processes in evaluating treatment of peripheral nerve injuries, including chronic and catastrophic conditions. Global expert speakers include Dr. Shaocheng Zhang, M.D. Professor, Chief Surgeon, Department of Orthopedics, Changhai Hospital, The 2nd Military Medical University, China and Wise Young, PhD, MD, WM Keck Center for Collaborative Neuroscience, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ. Topics discussed will include:

    • Current research trends for Spinal Cord Injury treatments that have been presented around the globe.

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