Adaptive and maladaptive plasticity of brain networks following spinal cord injury
EANS Academy. Athanasiou A. Oct 23, 2018; 233877 Disclosure(s): Early phases of the study were supported in part by a 2013 Mario Boni grant from the Cervical Spine Research Society-European Section, awarded to CSI: Brainwave Project. This study was supported by 2018 “Brihaye” EANS Research Fund Grant from the European Association of Neurosurgical Societies. This work was supported by European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 681120 of the SmokeFreeBrain project.
Dr. Alkinoos Athanasiou
Dr. Alkinoos Athanasiou

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