Buoniconti Fund To Cure Paralysis, Inc.
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1095 Nw 14 Ave Miami FL 33136 USA
The Buoniconti Fund to Cure Paralysis, Inc., is a non-profit organization established in 1991 whose purpose is to raise funds on a national basis for The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis of the University of Miami School of Medicine to conduct research to find more effective treatments for and, ultimately, the cure for spinal cord injury induced paralysis, and to provide information, education, and referral services to the spinal cord injured, their families, and friends. The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis has been in operation since 1985 under the non-profit aegis of the University of Miami. A 1-800-STAND-UP telephone line service is provided for the purpose of information, education and referral services to the spinal cord injured, their families, and friends.
The Miami Project uses an innovative, multidisciplinary scientific approach that evolves and changes as scientific knowledge advances. The Miami Project scientists focus their research in the following areas: Regeneration, Neuroprotection, Rehabilitation and Quality of Life. The Miami Project is also dedicated to the Education and Training of young scientists entering the field of spinal cord injury research.
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