mRNA therapy has the potential to help over 1 million people in the USA and Australia who suffer pain and debilitation due to chronic spinal cord injuries. I propose to incorporate mRNA into regenerative nanomaterials to stimulate the production of proteins that dissolve the inhibitory glial scar and facilitate complete recovery. I will perform this work in The Stupp Laboratory at Northwestern University, which is renowned for its interdisciplinary work making biomaterials for regenerative medicine. The expertise and professional relationships I acquire in the USA will allow me to contribute to the national research goals of Australia into the future.
|Effective start/end date||7/15/22 → 7/15/23|
- American Australian Association Inc. (AGMT 7/15/22)
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