Igor Lavrov, M.D., Ph.D., Mayo Clinic
Dimitry Sayenko, Ph.D., UCLA
Meegan Van Straaten, Mayo Clinic
Megan Gill, Mayo Clinic
Jeffrey Strommen, M.D., Mayo Clinic
Jonathan Calvert, Mayo Clinic
Dina Drubach, Mayo Clinic
Lisa Beck, Mayo Clinic
Margaux Linde, Mayo Clinic
Andrew Thoreson, Mayo Clinic
Cesar Lopez, Mayo Clinic
Aldo Mendez, M.D., Mayo Clinic
Parag Gad, Ph.D., UCLA
Yury Gerasimenko, Ph.D., UCLA
The research was funded by Craig H. Neilsen Foundation, Jack Jablonski BEL13VE in Miracles Foundation, Mayo Clinic Center for Clinical and Translational Sciences, Mayo Clinic Rehabilitation Medicine Research Center, Mayo Clinic Transform the Practice, and The Grainger Foundation.
The Broccoli Foundation and Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation supported the UCLA team.
Drs. Edgerton, Gerasimenko and Gad have a financial interest in NeuroRecovery Technologies.
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