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Research channel

The Reeve Foundation's research programs are developing and delivering treatments and cures for spinal cord injury.

Epidural Spinal Cord Stimulation

Epidural stimulation results in "Unprecedented Breakthrough" for paralysis community

Four young men who have been paralyzed for years achieved groundbreaking progress – moving their legs – as a result of epidural electrical stimulation of the spinal cord. Learn more.

 
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The Basics

Reeve Research Investments

This includes all research awards made through Reeve Foundation programs.

Clinical Network

Infrastructure and expertise dedicated to testing promising spinal cord interventions in rigorous clinical trials.

International Research Consortium
on Spinal Cord Injury

SCIENTISTS AND THEIR research

Daniel Heumann Young Scientists Fund

This fund helps support the work of Reeve Foundation Consortium Associates. Learn more.

STEM CELLS

Clinical Trials

Resources to help you understand spinal cord clinical trials

Spinal Cord Injury Research News

Author of the Reeve Foundation Paralysis Resource Guide, Sam Maddox, provides the latest news and information about what's going on with SCI science and research.

Read our research blog.

Brain 2014 EPIDURAL STIMULATION

Epidural spinal cord stimulation

Four young men who have been paralyzed for years achieved groundbreaking progress – moving their legs – as a result of epidural electrical stimulation of the spinal cord. Learn more.

The Lancet 2011 EPIDURAL STIMULATION

Epidural spinal cord stimulation

Watch the videos and meet the first patient involved in this promising experimental epidural stimulation for spinal cord injury. Read more.

Progress in Research

Progress in Research Archive (PDF)