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Dr. Scarisbrick's research team seeks to identify cellular and molecular mechanisms contributing to injury and repair processes in the spinal cord as therapeutic targets to improve neurological recovery.
Dr. Scarisbrick's lab has developed experimental spinal cord injury model systems that span the domains of trauma, ischemia, inflammatory demyelination and oncogenesis and is currently using these to determine common and potentially distinct molecular mechanisms of injury and repair in each setting.
Expert faculty and staff guide research in Dr. Scarisbrick's Neuroregeneration and Neurorehabilitation Laboratory at Mayo Clinic.
Fellows and students contribute to research findings in Dr. Scarisbrick's laboratory.
Dr. Scarisbrick's neuroscience research has led to several patents related to innovative new treatment approaches.
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