Heidi Fuller

Keele UniversityUnited Kingdom

Dr. Fuller received a BSc honours degree in Biomolecular Science at Bangor University, UK, and went on to undertake a PhD studentship, based at the Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital in Oswestry, UK. Following several years of postdoctoral studies in which she developed an interest in applying proteomics technologies to study neurological injury and disease, Dr. Fuller was recently appointed as a Lecturer in Medical Education at Keele University and Principle Investigator at the Keele Institute for Science and Technology in Medicine. Together with her research team, she aims to identify molecular and cellular targets for neurological regeneration and repair.

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Restoration of motor function following spinal cord injury is a complex and challenging task. By reviewing emerging cellular, pharmacological, rehabilitative, as well as surgical approaches, this book seeks to highlight promising therapeutic strategies for the repair and regeneration of motor circuitry. The multidisciplinary nature of these approaches illustrates various routes to bridging the gap between the bench and the bedside and to identify the challenges that must be overcome in order to bring about a viable therapeutic strategy for spinal cord injury patients.

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