$6.3M grant funds Brown’s study on restoring muscle control after spinal cord injury

Researchers at Brown University have received a $6.3 million federal grant to study a device meant to restore muscle control in spinal cord injury patients. /COURTESY BROWN UNIVERSITY
PROVIDENCE – Researchers at Brown University have received a $6.3 million federal grant to fund the development and testing of a device designed to restore muscle control and sensation in people who have suffered a spinal cord injury. The grant, from the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, was announced late last week. Brown researchers…

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