Leora Cherney and Diane Morean Published Study on Chemo Brain Condition

There are more than 3.1 million breast cancer survivors in the U.S., with death rates declining over the last several decades. But at least 20 percent of these survivors’ experience ...

  • By: RIC Matters
  • October 13, 2016
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RIC in the News: Big Ten Network Features an Article on Brenna Argall’s Groundbreaking Wheelchair Creation

Brenna Argall, Research Scientist at RIC and Assistant Professor of Rehabilitation Robotics at Northwestern University, has been hard at work developing a robotically controlled wheelchair. Argall’s autonomous wheelchair will have ...

  • By: RIC Matters
  • September 22, 2016
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RIC in the News: Lynn Rogers on Maximizing Performance for Female Athletes

The Rio Games touted the largest number of female Olympians in history. As the world watched many of these athletes shatter records, our own Lynn Rogers, Ph.D. and director of ...

  • By: RIC Matters
  • August 25, 2016
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RIC Stem-Cell Breakthroughs Promise Novel Treatments for Cerebral Palsy and Related Conditions

Although the cause of Cerebral Palsy (CP) – the most common movement disorder in children, affecting approximately 750,000 people in the United States – remains a mystery, RIC researchers are ...

  • By: RIC Matters
  • August 25, 2016
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RIC Scientist’s Research Featured in Crain’s Innovators Section!

In February of 2016, the National Science Foundation (NSF) named RIC’s Brenna Argall, PhD and research scientist, a recipient of a Faculty Early Career Development Program Award – a grant to ...

  • By: RIC Matters
  • August 22, 2016
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RIC in the News – Dr Gaebler-Spira’s Research Featured Prominently

 Dr. Deborah Gaebler-Spira, Director, Cerebral Palsy Program at RIC is featured extensively in an article titled, “Women With Disabilities Are More Likely to Die of Breast Cancer — Here’s Why” ...

  • By: Alan Onnen
  • February 24, 2016
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