This week spotlights women’s health, Gulf War illness and spinal cord injury. To help raise awareness on these topics Kessler Foundation is sharing rehabilitation research information, news, and podcasts from its team of scientists in the field.
Trevor Dyson-Hudson, MD, director of and was honored with the title Fellowship in the at its 2019 meeting, during the SCI Summit in Honolulu, Hawaii. Dyson
Tips for Individuals with SCI
It’s summer again and that means it’s time to get out and enjoy the great outdoors and weather. For persons with spinal cord injury (SCI) who have trouble regulating their body temperature, high temperatures can be more than just a little uncomfortable—they can be life
Discusses advances in research and rehabilitation that are improving the outlook for individuals with SCI
The injury sustained by Olympian Amy VanDyken Rouen has focused attention on new approaches to spinal cord injuries. Trevor Dyson-Hudson, MD, director of Spinal Cord Research at Kessler
Students Andre, Sha-Dair, and Lavar from Horizon High School visited Kessler Foundation to test various jobs for National Disability Mentoring Day (DMD), on October 20.
President and Chief Executive Officer of Kessler Foundation, Rodger DeRose, said, "Kessler Foundation is proud to be a part of
Dyson-Hudson presents 1- year findings at international meeting
Prevention of respiratory complications, the major cause of death in people with spinal cord injury, is the focus of an ongoing research study. Because poor cough reflex contributes to the high rate of complications, researchers are
Read 'On the Move with Kessler Foundation'!
Kessler Foundation is featured in ABILITY magazine’s Nov/Dec issue, including interviews with Rodger DeRose, Trevor Dyson-Hudson, Steve Kirshblum, Gail Forrest, and Lauren Scrivo. Read On the Move with Kessler Foundation.
Kessler Foundation Awarded more than $1.2 Million in Grants by the NJ Commission on Spinal Cord Injury Research
WEST ORANGE, N.J.—The New Jersey Commission on Spinal Cord Injury Research awarded three grants to scientists at Kessler Foundation. The grants, which exceed $1.2 million, fund studies of assisted walking with Ekso, the impact of aging in the population with spinal cord injury (SCI) and the effects
Pilot study will look at ability of patients with hemiplegia to stand and walk in newest robotic device from Ekso Bionics
West Orange, NJ. April 10, 2014. Kessler Foundation has acquired its second Ekso - the Ekso GT™ - the newest exoskeletal device from Ekso Bionics™. The Foundation is one of first to implement the Ekso GT, which will be studied solely in patients with hemiplegia who are less than three months post
Gail Forrest, PhD, principal investigator for $1.8 million multi-site study
West Orange, NJ. April 16, 2014. Kessler Foundation has been named awardee of a three-year grant for $1.8 million from the Department of Defense Spinal Cord Injury Research Program. Gail Forrest, PT, PhD, is principal