ಬೆಕ್ಕು ಅಲರ್ಜಿಗಳಿಗೆ ಹೊಸ ಲಸಿಕೆ – ಸಿಬಿಎಸ್ ನ್ಯೂಯಾರ್ಕ್
August 15, 2019
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ಐಪಿಎಲ್: ಕೆಕೆಆರ್ ಮುಖ್ಯ ತರಬೇತುದಾರರಾಗಿ ಬ್ರೆಂಡನ್ ಮೆಕಲಮ್ – ದಿ ಹಿಂದೂ
August 15, 2019

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Published on Aug 15, 2019

Ana Lucas-Osma, a research associate at the University of Alberta’s Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine, suffered a T7 spinal cord injury in Spain when she was 18. She was one of seven passengers in a school van that rolled down a hill and left her in a wheelchair. The University of Alberta and the University of California, San Francisco are teaming up to launch the world’s first Open Data Commons for preclinical Spinal Cord Injury research (ODC-SCI). A consortium of international organizations will be providing $3.3 million CAD to help fund the initiative. The ODC-SCI will improve spinal cord injury research and treatment worldwide by reducing data bias and equipping scientists by making data more accessible. “The ODC-SCI is a game-changer not only in research, but also for people like me who have an SCI,” says Lucas-Osma. “Research often takes years. A worldwide open data commons will give researchers access to important data, and in the end, will improve studies and help us find better ways to treat SCI’s. Because that’s what it’s about—improving quality of life for people in my community.”

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