Progress has been made through regeneration research and experimental therapeutics designed to promote functionally and create effective axonal regrowth and sprouting. Now the Shepherd Center can continue finding new ways to increase function and quality of life for people with spinal cord injuries with the expansion of their Neuroscience Lab.
The Betty and Billy Hulse Spinal Cord Injury Lab will be dedicated to honor Billy Hulse and his wife. With a $1.2 Million dollar donation given from a former Shepherd Center patient and Atlanta business man, Billy Hulse, they can hire additional researchers and buy new equipment that will provide a way to help advance spinal cord grants and provide the capability of unlocking the science of the human body.
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