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    Friday Open House Programs Resume October 2nd

    SCIProject@Rutgers

    *** FRIDAY OPEN HOUSE PROGRAMS RESUME OCTOBER 2ND
    *** FIRST RU-WINS LECTURE OF THE NEW SEASON
    *** U.S. HOUSE REAUTHORIZES STEM CELL RESEARCH
    *** CONGRATULATIONS MASSACHUSETTS WALKS AGAIN!
    *** UPCOMING EVENTS: TEAM FIGHT TO WALK & CJSCA DINNERS
    *** SPECIAL APPRECIATIONS!


    First Friday Night Open House Programs Resume October 2nd


    Our regular First Friday Open House programs will resume on October 2nd with tours of the lab on-going between 5-6:00 pm. At 6:00 Dr. Wise Young will present the latest in spinal cord injury research and clinical trials. The program will be followed by time for group questions and personal conversations with Dr. Young.

    Our Center is located on the 2nd Floor of the Nelson Biological Laboratories building, on Rutgers' Busch Campus. Free parking available in Lot 56 in front of building. Click here for detailed directions.



    RU-WINS Presents First Speaker of the New Season


    Neurodevelopment and synaptic plasticity are the research interests of Dr. Lisa Boulanger, the first speaker in the RU-WINS (Rutgers University-Women in Neuroscience) Fall Series of Seminars. Dr. Boulanger, an Assistant Professor in Princeton University's Department of Molecular Biology, will speak on Friday, October 2nd at 12:00 noon in D-406, Nelson Biological Laboratories Building. The public is invited.

    Following the lecture, Dr. Boulanger will meet with students over pizza to discuss science, career paths, and other topics of interest.



    U.S. House of Representatives Reauthorizes Stem Cell Research


    The United States House of Representatives recently passed legislation to reauthorize stem cell research and transplants that use stem cells from bone marrow and umbilical cord blood. The bill, which passed on a voice vote, authorizes and supports the National Cord Blood Inventory Program and other programs through 2020. The bill does not include the use of embryonic stem cells.


    Congratulations, Massachusetts Walks Again

    Gathering in the Massachusetts State House to celebrate Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Day was a powerful collaboration of legislators, rehabilitation facilities, consumer organizations, scientists, researchers, and advocates. This year the program "Tell Your Story" featured ways to stress the need for increased research funding in personal and compelling terms.

    The Massachusetts SCI Trust Fund, established in 2004, has received more than $750,000 in state support for spinal cord injury research in Massachusetts. If you are interested in learning more about this initiative, please contact Dr. Eric Ruby whose dogged persistence created this fund and continues focusing on the purpose through initiatives such as the Annual Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Day. Dr. Ruby can be reached at docruby22@yahoo.com.



    Upcoming Events

    Team Fight to Walk Gala


    Not willing to rest on the laurel of a championship belt, Team Fight to Walk is holding their 3rd Annual Gala, Thursday, October 15th at Beckwith Pointe, New Rochelle, New York. Cocktails, appetizers, and the silent auction begin at 6:15 pm with the dinner and program starting at 7:30 pm. Table sponsorships are available at $5,000, $2,500, and $1,500 with individual tickets at $150. Sponsors are Team Fight to Walk co-founders Christan Zaccagnino and Boyd Melson, and Honorary Chairperson, John Starks.

    To purchase tickets or tables or for additional information, please contact Christanzaccagnino@teamfighttowalk.com or SCIProject@Rutgers.edu. Thank you Team Fight to Walk for your commitment "to cure spinal cord injuries one punch at a time!"


    Central Jersey Spinal Cord Association Dinner

    When no one else believed anything could be done for spinal cord injuries, the Central Jersey Spinal Cord Association was determined to prove the doubters wrong. Since that time, they have been steadfast in their commitment to fund research and provide assistance for people with spinal cord injuries. Now celebrating their 29th year, they will hold their Annual Dinner Friday, October 30th at the Pines Manor in Edison, New Jersey. The Honorary Chairman is Anthony Caputo, Director, New Brunswick Police Department.

    Cocktails, the silent auction, 50-50, and the basket raffles begin at 6:30 pm with the dinner and program starting at 8:00 pm. Tickets are $700 for a table of ten or $70 per ticket. For tickets or an ad in the program book please contact: emmdisney@aol.com. Donations can be made at cjsca.net.



    Special Appreciation to:

    Ms. Arlene Gonzalez for her leadership of A Walk to Believe and to Eric LeGrand. This 5th Annual 5K Run and Fun Walk raises funds for spinal cord injury research, a portion of which is donated to the Spinal Cord Injury Project. Due to Ms. Gonzalez' and Eric's diligence, the funds continue to increase. She will be presenting a check at the October 2nd Open House. Thank you Arlene and Eric!

    Dr. Didier Demesmin for designating the Spinal Cord Injury Project as one of the recipients of a fundraiser he recently held in New York City. The event was an excellent opportunity to share our research with new people. We also learned the Dr. Demesmin is a specialist in pain management and is located in nearby Somerset. We are grateful to Dr. Demesmin!



    Coming Soon ...

    Champions for Charity. Thursday, December 3rd, 6-8:00 pm at Ralph Lauren at the Americana in Manhasset. Mark your calendar and watch for details on how to do your holiday shopping and benefit the Spinal Cord Injury Project!


    Always the Right Size ... a Gift of Hope!

    You don't have to worry about getting the size right when you send a Gift of Hope - it fits every occasion. The honoree will receive a Gift of Hope card in your name. To send a Gift of Hope: Donate online here; send a check or credit card information plus the recipient's name and address to SCIProject@Rutgers, 604 Allison Road, D-251, Piscataway, New Jersey 08854; or call 848.445.6573.



    Make Your Purchases Count towards SCI Research - Shop AmazonSmile

    Use link http://smile.amazon.com/ch/01-0839963, sign in with your existing Amazon account, pick your charitable organization, type Jim Bennett Foundation, click Select. After the first time, go to www.smile.amazon.com, you will be signed in automatically. Purchases made through AmazonSmile result in 0.5% of the total going to The Spinal Cord Injury Project.


    Holding a fundraiser to support research or clinical trials? Send details to
    SCIProject@rutgers.edu for inclusion in our eBulletin.



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    Just wondering...when you attend open, do people have to sign some kind of non-disclosure agreement? Because people have said that they were going in the past and would report back but noone ever does. I could understand if folks have to sign a non-disclosure agreement, because if they do: I can understand that but if not, I dont.
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    No, people can report what they have seen and heard, just can't take pics/vid of unpublished data/video.

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