$6 Million Military Grant Seeks to Help Those With Spinal Cord Injuries Through ‘Intelligent’ InterfaceOctober 6, 2019 | :
by National Desk Staff
A $6.3 million federal grant will be given to researchers who are looking to help people with spinal cord injuries.
The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is giving the money for a project that involves Brown University, Rhode Island Hospital, Intel and Micro-Leads Medical.
“This is truly a transformational effort that has the potential to have a significant impact in the lives of patients with spinal cord injury, particularly for our veterans with war-related spinal cord damage,” Dr. Ziya Gokaslan told the university.
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