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    Dr.Wise,wouldn't you mind bloging your laboratory's everyday activity?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kivi66
    Dr.Wise,wouldn't you mind bloging your laboratary's everyday activity?
    Kivi,

    I don't think so. I would be glad to answer any questions that people might have but it is not a good idea to put out half-baked results on internet so that they could be misinterpreted and misunderstood. It also would prevent our publication of the results in journals that do not allow prepublication of data. The same is true about our clinical trial results.

    Wise.

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    A lot of employers don't want employees who 'blog' either. I know they want some sort of policy at work about it, but it hasn't been achieved yet. I imagine universities and schools are telling their staff the same.

    How about a webcam though? LOL With a poster marked up with black and red markers showing a thermometer to represent funds (like United Way)? We'll fund an experiment or adopt a mouse and see how long we can go? That would be neat! Raffle draw to have dibs on naming it and raise funds for the Keck Centre (or insert appropriate centre here) .. lol.

    Or let's challenge the other docs like McDonald, Kerr, Keirstaad, Davies & someone at the Miami Project to the same challenge and see who raises the most?

    That actually sounds like a good idea. I haven't even had my tea yet today! Wow!
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    We hold an open house every month, on the first friday of every month. A dozen or more families attend these open houses every month. Usually, during the summer, we have an open house where we have special guests and provide more detailed focus on a given topic. For example, several years ago, we had one on olfactory ensheathing glia. Last year, we had John McDonald and Pat Rumsfeld. This year, we are having one that will focus on stem cells and John Gearhart will be speaking. At each of these Open Houses, I give a presentation that summarizes the latest update on spinal cord injury research. I also usually stay and answer questions often until 10 pm or later at times, about whatever people want to ask about.

    I use to post regular summaries of all the research. Unfortunately, I no longer have the time to do this (perhaps I should stop posting in the politics forum and make time to do it) to post this summary every month. But, I do write a rather long essay every month that we mail to all the people on our mailing list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lynnifer
    A lot of employers don't want employees who 'blog' either. I know they want some sort of policy at work about it, but it hasn't been achieved yet. I imagine universities and schools are telling their staff the same.

    How about a webcam though? LOL With a poster marked up with black and red markers showing a thermometer to represent funds (like United Way)? We'll fund an experiment or adopt a mouse and see how long we can go? That would be neat! Raffle draw to have dibs on naming it and raise funds for the Keck Centre (or insert appropriate centre here) .. lol.

    Or let's challenge the other docs like McDonald, Kerr, Keirstaad, Davies & someone at the Miami Project to the same challenge and see who raises the most?

    That actually sounds like a good idea. I haven't even had my tea yet today! Wow!

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    Quote from thread Peripheral Nerve Growth:''A former student of mine has found out the reason why corticospinal neurons do not regenerate well and has discovered a treatment that can make them do so''.
    Dr.Wise,please,share with us some details about this finding.If it was published-where? If it wasn't-why?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kivi66 View Post
    Quote from thread Peripheral Nerve Growth:''A former student of mine has found out the reason why corticospinal neurons do not regenerate well and has discovered a treatment that can make them do so''.
    Dr.Wise,please,share with us some details about this finding.If it was published-where? If it wasn't-why?
    It has been submitted for publication and I will announce here as soon as I know that it has been accepted. Wise.

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    Kivi66 ... you joined here on 11-04-2001.

    5 posts is a lot in 8 years with two of those posts in this thread. Where have you been for the last 8 years?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wheelchairTITAN View Post
    Kivi66 ... you joined here on 11-04-2001.

    5 posts is a lot in 8 years with two of those posts in this thread. Where have you been for the last 8 years?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Young View Post
    It has been submitted for publication and I will announce here as soon as I know that it has been accepted. Wise.
    Dr.Wise,may we at least know wich creature served as a model for this investigation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kivi66 View Post
    Dr.Wise,may we at least know wich creature served as a model for this investigation?
    Dr.Wise,it was a question not comment,so it supposed to be answered.

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