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Project RESTORE offers a means for patients, families, friends and other donors to support research that can help:
- REcover function for patients.
- STOp progression of disease and disability.
- REgenerate nerve cells and myelin.
Project RESTORE helps scientists gain access to the resources and expertise at Johns Hopkins, where research and clinical care develop together and inform one another’s progress.
Project RESTORE Research Update
Watch a video of the complete presentation from May 13, 2016. Highlights:
- 00:50:00 – 09:40.00 Welcome (Justin McArthur, M.B.B.S., M.Ph., Neurologist-in-Chief)
- 09:40:00 – 00.26.10 Remyelination (Peter Calabresi, M.D.)
- 00:26:10 – 00.45.00 Nutrition and Dietary Influences ( Ellen Mowry, M.D.)
- 00:45:00 – 00:59:30 NMO Vaccine Therapy (Michael Levy, M.D.)
- 00:59:30 – 01:22:40 When Emerging Health Problems Show Up: The Zika Story (Carlos Pardo-Villamizar, M.D.)
- 01:22:40 – 01:45:00 New Movement in Neuroscience: A Purpose-Driven Life (Adam Kaplan, M.D
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